LIFE AF­TER TWI­LIGHT

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KRIS­TEN STE­WART

A child ac­tor in films in­clud­ing Panic Room and Zathura be­fore her role as Bella Swan in Twi­light, Ste­wart’s post-Twi­light ca­reer is look­ing rosy. She im­pressed in com­ing-of-age flick

Ad­ven­ture­land op­po­site Jesse Eisen­berg and looked the part as hard-rock­ing singer Joan Jett in biopic The Run­aways.

She has fin­ished work­ing on an am­bi­tious film adap­ta­tion of Jack Ker­ouac’s lit­er­ary clas­sic On the Road, and is now film­ing the ti­tle role in the fan­tasy ad­ven­ture Snow

White, op­po­site Aussie Chris Hemsworth as The Hunts­man.

ROBERT PAT­TIN­SON

Af­ter strug­gling for years with bit parts and tele­vi­sion roles, R-Patz was just about to give up on act­ing be­fore land­ing the role of the ill-fated Cedric Dig­gory in Harry Pot­ter and the Gob­let of Fire.

The in­dus­trial-strength smoul­der he cul­ti­vates as glit­ter­ing vam­pire Ed­ward Cullen in Twi­light has put him dan­ger­ously close to type­cast­ing.

So far his roles in Re­mem­ber Me, with Emile De Ravin, and Water For

Ele­phants, with Reese Wither­spoon, have pushed the brood-ometer to crit­i­cal lev­els. But if any­one can turn that around, it’s the se­ri­ously out-there di­rec­tor David Cro­nen­berg ( Eraser­head and The Fly). Pat­tin­son has just fin­ished film­ing the lead role in Cro­nen­berg’s drama Cos­mopo­lis.

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