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Kristen Stewart, Daniel Radcliffe: Bella Swan and Harry Potter Together at Last

Kristen Stewart Daniel Radcliffe Rick Carter Oscar winnerKristen Stewart and Daniel Radcliffe with Oscar winner Rick Carter

Kristen Stewart and Daniel RadcliffeBella Swan and Harry Potter together at last – presented veteran production designer Rick Carter with the 2013 Academy Award for Best Art Direction for his work on Lincoln. (Jim Erickson was the film's set decorator.) Directed by Steven Spielberg, Lincoln was in the running for 12 Academy Awards, winning only two: one for Carter and another for Best Actor Daniel Day-Lewis. Among the evening's Lincoln losers were director Spielberg, veteran producer Kathleen Kennedy, supporting actress Sally Field, supporting actor Tommy Lee Jones, and screenwriter Tony Kushner. (Image: Daniel Radcliffe and Kristen Stewart with Oscar-winning production designer Rick Carter. Please scroll down for more Kristen Stewart images.)

Rick Carter had previously won an Academy Award for James Cameron's Avatar (2009), shared with production designer Robert Stromberg and set decorator Kim Sinclair. Carter received two other Oscar nominations: for Steven Spielberg's War Horse (2011) and Robert Zemeckis' Forrest Gump (1994).

Among the other Rick Carter / Steven Spielberg collaborations are Munich, A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, War of the Worlds, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Amistad, and Jurassic Park. Carter's collaborations with Robert Zemeckis include What Lies Beneath, Cast Away, The Polar Express, and Death Becomes Her.

Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is the female lead in the Twilight Saga franchise, co-starring Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. Stewart's stardom soared in 2008, with the release of Catherine Hardwicke's Twilight; it was later solidified via four sequels: Chris Weitz's New Moon, David Slade's Eclipse, and Bill Condon's Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and Breaking Dawn - Part 2. Generally derided by critics, the Twilight movies have been immensely popular worldwide.

Besides Bella Swan, Kristen Stewart recently played another iconic character, Snow White, in what may turn out to be the first movie in a mini-franchise, Snow White and the Huntsman, directed by Rupert Sanders, and co-starring Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron. Other Kristen Stewart movies include Walter Salles' On the Road, with Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley; Floria Sigismondi's The Runaways, with Dakota Fanning; Greg Mottola's Adventureland, with Jesse Eisenberg and Ryan Reynolds; and David Fincher's Panic Room, with Jodie Foster and Forest Whitaker.

Kristen Stewart currently has three films reportedly in pre-production: Snow White and the Huntsman 2, with Chris Hemsworth, and not to be directed by Rupert Sanders for obvious reasons (no director has been announced so far); Glenn Ficarra and John Requa's Focus, which was to have co-starred Ben Affleck, who has since dropped out of the project (no new leading man has been announced so far); and Steven Shainberg's The Big Shoe, featuring Elizabeth Banks and Jim Sturgess.

Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe became one of the highest-paid actors in the world following the phenomenal success of the Harry Potter movie franchise, which ended with David Yates' Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, co-starring Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, and Ralph Fiennes, in summer 2011. Since then, Radcliffe has been seen in James Watkins' mystery / horror thriller The Woman in Black, which became a surprising international box office hit.

Next in line for Daniel Radcliffe are John Krokidas' Kill Your Darlings, in which he plays gay poet Allen Ginsberg opposite Ben Foster, Elizabeth Olsen, Dane DeHaan, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Kyra Sedgwick, and Michael C. Hall; Michael Dowse's The F Word, with Amanda Crew, Adam Driver, and Rafe Spall; and Alexandre Aja's Horns, with BAFTA Orange Rising Star winner Juno Temple, Kelli Garner, and James Remar.

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Kristen Stewart Oscar red carpetKristen Stewart on the Oscar 2013 red carpet

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5 Comments to Kristen Stewart, Daniel Radcliffe: Bella Swan and Harry Potter Together at Last

  1. maria

    Gracias por un articulo profesional, Kristen se veia preciosa, me parece una chica increible con mucho talento.


  3. Chuck

    Thank you for a professional and informative article.
    There is no excuse for the electronic beating that was given
    to Miss Stewart. She may never win the Oscar but that has nothing to do with
    how good she is or will be. She may never be the prettiest but that doesn't mean
    she's not beautiful. She isn't the best dressed but she looks good wearing what she finds
    comfortable. You may not win a Pulitzer but this article shows you have more integrity than
    most of your colleagues .

  4. Clare

    Just reading the newspaper articles on the Oscars. Amazing how people like to tear apart performers just to make headlines. The host I think did a fine job and kept the program from being raunchy unlike some other hosts in the past. As for Zellweger she did not come across under the influence as written. She was nervous and appeared to have vision problems seeing the TelePrompTer . Stewart on the other hand ….well that girl was in pain and tried so hard to mask it. I applaud her for even showing up let alone endure utter pain. Try slicing your foot open and then have to wear a shoe which most are not designed for the human foot and walk on it yet. OUCH! This poor girl has suffered unbearable rath from everyone, yet holds her head high and forges forward. Good for her! Time the media pick on someone else. She looked lovely and very professional. Where is Rob, has he forgotten already? Shame on him, he is what he is today because of her . She helped put his name in lights.if not for her, he would be back in the UK selling cars maybe.

  5. Dela

    Kristen Stewart looked stunning . She was a real trooper and carried off her commitment with class. I'm so glad that she is trying to rise above the nasty atmosphere in Hollywood. I look forward to more of her films. As for Robert Pattinson, I hope he realizes what he has and doesnt destroy this relationship. She faught for him and helped place his name in lights. He should follow his heart and not be influenced by others including family. They did have brilliant chemistry both on the screen and off. If this relationship goes down I doubt they will ever work together again. It would be just too painful to bare. It would be freshing to hear some good news for a change regarding them . The blog sites are disgusting to say the least, especially Hollywood Life. Such fabrication of lies and contradictions. I avoid reading this site and will continue to do so in the future.