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If Kristen is in LA is there a possibility she makes an appearance at cinema con on Wednesday when Neon is presenting? Or they don’t do star/actor appearances at these things?

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If Kristen is in LA is there a possibility she makes an appearance at cinema con on Wednesday when Neon is presenting? Or they don’t do star/actor appearances at these things?
It is common for studios to bring actors to Cinemacon but I don't know how covid will change things.

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I cannot wait for next week ! Do you guys think some new content tomorrow at cinemacon ? I’m actually not mad at the fact that we only got one still before Venice, I like the element of surprise

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I cannot wait for next week ! Do you guys think some new content tomorrow at cinemacon ? I’m actually not mad at the fact that we only got one still before Venice, I like the element of surprise
I'm already excited for tomorrow so imagine for next week hahaha
I don't want to create false hopes but I think there will be a trailer. We'll see.
A friend of mine has gotten tickets to see what may be the biggest movie of Kristen's career in the same room as her. To say that I am envious is little hahaha
I don't know how far this movie can go for Kristen but why not dream of the maximum? I am always positive and with faith and hope. I will cry with happiness if what I have just hinted at happens.

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I cannot wait for next week ! Do you guys think some new content tomorrow at cinemacon ? I’m actually not mad at the fact that we only got one still before Venice, I like the element of surprise
I'm already excited for tomorrow so imagine for next week hahaha
I don't want to create false hopes but I think there will be a trailer. We'll see.
A friend of mine has gotten tickets to see what may be the biggest movie of Kristen's career in the same room as her. To say that I am envious is little hahaha
I don't know how far this movie can go for Kristen but why not dream of the maximum? I am always positive and with faith and hope. I will cry with happiness if what I have just hinted at happens.
OP oops just realized I forgot half of my sentence in my original post I meant "do you guys think we can expect some new content" but you must have guessed it. As for my overall expectations regarding Spencer, I’d say that I’m cautiously optimistic. So far we got (great) reactions from one screening, and as encouraging as it is, I’m still anxious regarding Venice not because I don’t believe in the movie’s chances — I do — but because that’s what will truly make or break the movie, the stakes are so high ! That said, seeing that it’ll screen at Venice, TIFF, and Telluride (and possibly other festivals) does give me hope

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I cannot wait for next week ! Do you guys think some new content tomorrow at cinemacon ? I’m actually not mad at the fact that we only got one still before Venice, I like the element of surprise
I'm already excited for tomorrow so imagine for next week hahaha
I don't want to create false hopes but I think there will be a trailer. We'll see.
A friend of mine has gotten tickets to see what may be the biggest movie of Kristen's career in the same room as her. To say that I am envious is little hahaha
I don't know how far this movie can go for Kristen but why not dream of the maximum? I am always positive and with faith and hope. I will cry with happiness if what I have just hinted at happens.
OP oops just realized I forgot half of my sentence in my original post I meant "do you guys think we can expect some new content" but you must have guessed it. As for my overall expectations regarding Spencer, I’d say that I’m cautiously optimistic. So far we got (great) reactions from one screening, and as encouraging as it is, I’m still anxious regarding Venice not because I don’t believe in the movie’s chances — I do — but because that’s what will truly make or break the movie, the stakes are so high ! That said, seeing that it’ll screen at Venice, TIFF, and Telluride (and possibly other festivals) does give me hope

I am not nervous anymore, the early word was very encouraging and I think the movie will at the very least get good reviews. Just excited :dance2:

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TIFF's website has a longer synopsis of Spencer:

Kristen Stewart stars in Pablo Larraín’s haunting chamber drama that imagines a tumultuous Christmas in the life of Diana, Princess of Wales.
A thematic companion to his TIFF ’16 Platform selection Jackie, the latest from Chilean director Pablo Larraín is, like its predecessor, a haunting chamber drama about a world-famous woman reaching a tumultuous turning point. Starring Kristen Stewart, Spencer follows the Princess of Wales as she navigates a precarious Christmas holiday with the Royal Family at their Sandringham estate in Norfolk — a moment that will set Diana on a path to independence, however tragically short-lived.

The Prince’s infidelities with Camilla Parker Bowles have become public knowledge. The fairy-tale façade of Charles and Diana’s marriage has crumbled. Arriving at Sandringham tardy and alone, Diana is expected to adhere to a series of soul-draining exercises in empty propriety, routinely changing outfits and posing for photos. She savours whatever hours she can secure with her sons, William and Harry, but her sole confidant is her personal attendant (Sally Hawkins). As Diana begins to disobey decorum, her every indulgence is tracked by a former Black Watch officer (Timothy Spall) newly employed by the Queen to keep paparazzi at bay — and the Princess on a tight leash.

Written by Oscar nominee Steven Knight (Locke), Spencer elegantly balances history and conjecture, while Larraín’s uniquely atmospheric, intimate approach — buoyed by an exquisitely unnerving score from Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood — slides seamlessly between internal strife and external strain. Stewart, meanwhile, is nothing less than a revelation, merging a meticulous evocation of a mercilessly scrutinized public figure with affecting hints of the vulnerable private woman gasping for breath beneath the mask of monarchy.

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TIFF's website has a longer synopsis of Spencer:

Kristen Stewart stars in Pablo Larraín’s haunting chamber drama that imagines a tumultuous Christmas in the life of Diana, Princess of Wales.
A thematic companion to his TIFF ’16 Platform selection Jackie, the latest from Chilean director Pablo Larraín is, like its predecessor, a haunting chamber drama about a world-famous woman reaching a tumultuous turning point. Starring Kristen Stewart, Spencer follows the Princess of Wales as she navigates a precarious Christmas holiday with the Royal Family at their Sandringham estate in Norfolk — a moment that will set Diana on a path to independence, however tragically short-lived.

The Prince’s infidelities with Camilla Parker Bowles have become public knowledge. The fairy-tale façade of Charles and Diana’s marriage has crumbled. Arriving at Sandringham tardy and alone, Diana is expected to adhere to a series of soul-draining exercises in empty propriety, routinely changing outfits and posing for photos. She savours whatever hours she can secure with her sons, William and Harry, but her sole confidant is her personal attendant (Sally Hawkins). As Diana begins to disobey decorum, her every indulgence is tracked by a former Black Watch officer (Timothy Spall) newly employed by the Queen to keep paparazzi at bay — and the Princess on a tight leash.

Written by Oscar nominee Steven Knight (Locke), Spencer elegantly balances history and conjecture, while Larraín’s uniquely atmospheric, intimate approach — buoyed by an exquisitely unnerving score from Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood — slides seamlessly between internal strife and external strain. Stewart, meanwhile, is nothing less than a revelation, merging a meticulous evocation of a mercilessly scrutinized public figure with affecting hints of the vulnerable private woman gasping for breath beneath the mask of monarchy.
Nice ! Thank you.

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In Conversation With... Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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In Conversation With... Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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In Conversation With... Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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Sept 15 so that means no in-and-out TIFF for her this year and no Met Gala on Sept 13, probably.

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That TIFF conversation is super awesome, very excited about that! Hopefully it's recorded so everyone can see it eventually and hopefully some fans get to go and tell everyone about it.
I'll take that over the Met Gala!

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In Conversation With... Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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Sept 15 so that means no in-and-out TIFF for her this year and no Met Gala on Sept 13, probably.
She can def still go to the Met Gala. Toronto is less than an hour flight from New York.

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That TIFF conversation is super awesome, very excited about that! Hopefully it's recorded so everyone can see it eventually and hopefully some fans get to go and tell everyone about it.
I'll take that over the Met Gala!
It’s virtual and you can register now to have the link sent to your email. Click the link to the page, it tells you where to register. It’s free.

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That TIFF conversation is super awesome, very excited about that! Hopefully it's recorded so everyone can see it eventually and hopefully some fans get to go and tell everyone about it.
I'll take that over the Met Gala!
It’s virtual and you can register now to have the link sent to your email. Click the link to the page, it tells you where to register. It’s free.
OH damn! I was driving and didn't click the link. I shall do that now!

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TIFF's website has a longer synopsis of Spencer:

Kristen Stewart stars in Pablo Larraín’s haunting chamber drama that imagines a tumultuous Christmas in the life of Diana, Princess of Wales.
A thematic companion to his TIFF ’16 Platform selection Jackie, the latest from Chilean director Pablo Larraín is, like its predecessor, a haunting chamber drama about a world-famous woman reaching a tumultuous turning point. Starring Kristen Stewart, Spencer follows the Princess of Wales as she navigates a precarious Christmas holiday with the Royal Family at their Sandringham estate in Norfolk — a moment that will set Diana on a path to independence, however tragically short-lived.

The Prince’s infidelities with Camilla Parker Bowles have become public knowledge. The fairy-tale façade of Charles and Diana’s marriage has crumbled. Arriving at Sandringham tardy and alone, Diana is expected to adhere to a series of soul-draining exercises in empty propriety, routinely changing outfits and posing for photos. She savours whatever hours she can secure with her sons, William and Harry, but her sole confidant is her personal attendant (Sally Hawkins). As Diana begins to disobey decorum, her every indulgence is tracked by a former Black Watch officer (Timothy Spall) newly employed by the Queen to keep paparazzi at bay — and the Princess on a tight leash.

Written by Oscar nominee Steven Knight (Locke), Spencer elegantly balances history and conjecture, while Larraín’s uniquely atmospheric, intimate approach — buoyed by an exquisitely unnerving score from Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood — slides seamlessly between internal strife and external strain. Stewart, meanwhile, is nothing less than a revelation, merging a meticulous evocation of a mercilessly scrutinized public figure with affecting hints of the vulnerable private woman gasping for breath beneath the mask of monarchy.
:queen: Whoa. I love this additional insight into the synopsis. I'm sure the score will be amazing as well.

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:fingcross: I hope this is true

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:fingcross: I hope this is true
Maybe the writer meant Telluride.

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Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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Nice! :heart:

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Venice, Telluride and Toronto will make or break the movie. NYFF isn't all that important beyond the bragging rights.

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Don't know if this will affect anything.


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In Conversation With... Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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Sept 15 so that means no in-and-out TIFF for her this year and no Met Gala on Sept 13, probably.
She can def still go to the Met Gala. Toronto is less than an hour flight from New York.
The seating chart for the Met Gala leaked yesterday and Kristen wasn't on it. I wouldn't count on her going this year, she may be too busy with Spencer promotion.

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In Conversation With... Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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Sept 15 so that means no in-and-out TIFF for her this year and no Met Gala on Sept 13, probably.
She can def still go to the Met Gala. Toronto is less than an hour flight from New York.
The seating chart for the Met Gala leaked yesterday and Kristen wasn't on it. I wouldn't count on her going this year, she may be too busy with Spencer promotion.

I'm not sure how accurate that leak was, for example they had Jeremy Scott on two tables.

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Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.
As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.
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Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema
I have to laugh because Kristen's interviews always sound like the last person she spoke to and in this case it's whoever is doing the PR for Spencer. Contrast this to the interview she did after spending two weeks with Lidia Y in 2019 where all she could talk about was wanting to tell queer stories and dissing historical dramas like Spencer.

“It’s also crazy if you think about the stories that already exist. Even historical dramas,” Stewart said. “Stuff that’s based on factual accounts of situations. Those stories are only being told very narrowly because queer people have existed forever... and really…it’s been such a tiny little bit of time that we’ve actually been talking about this story. I would love to go back and pick all your favorite movies and then go: Where are the gay people? And what are they doing, and what are they hiding, and what are they not talking about in those stories? It’s gnarly.”
Ja. I think she loves characters like Diana, suffering and pressed by the press. The problem here is that Diana is stunning and had a different aura. I hope she killed it.

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In Conversation With... Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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Sept 15 so that means no in-and-out TIFF for her this year and no Met Gala on Sept 13, probably.
She can def still go to the Met Gala. Toronto is less than an hour flight from New York.
The seating chart for the Met Gala leaked yesterday and Kristen wasn't on it. I wouldn't count on her going this year, she may be too busy with Spencer promotion.

I'm not sure how accurate that leak was, for example they had Jeremy Scott on two tables.
I think there was also a name spelled wrong on it. Doubt it's real regardless of Kristen going or not.

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In Conversation With... Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is charting her own creative path in the film industry. Following her early work with the likes of David Fincher and David Gordon Green and her stratospheric rise to superstardom in the wake of the Twilight franchise, Stewart has collaborated with some of the most original filmmakers of our time, such as Walter Salles (On the Road), Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper), and Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women). She has been vocal about LGBTQ+ representation behind and in front of the camera, while starring in Clea DuVall’s recent queer holiday hit Happiest Season.

As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of TIFF’s ongoing Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in the film industry, we proudly present a conversation with Stewart about her love for “soul-driven and explorative” cinema and her highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, a Special Event at this year’s Festival.

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https://tiff.net/events/in-conversation ... en-stewart
Sept 15 so that means no in-and-out TIFF for her this year and no Met Gala on Sept 13, probably.
She can def still go to the Met Gala. Toronto is less than an hour flight from New York.
The seating chart for the Met Gala leaked yesterday and Kristen wasn't on it. I wouldn't count on her going this year, she may be too busy with Spencer promotion.
Da. Is that the leak full of tick-tock and yt stars and influencers or am I missing something?

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I love how the director phrased this and I love how Kristen got to work with a director that loves and tries to understand women.