I saw Kris­ten Ste­wart host­ing Satur­day Night Live and was re­minded how much I liked her in Café So­ci­ety. What’s next for her? —Lois L., Rad­cliff, Ky.

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A: Ste­wart, 26, is cur­rently star­ring in the indie psy­cho­log­i­cal thriller Per­sonal Shop­per, writ­ten es­pe­cially for her by Olivier As­sayas, her di­rec­tor on Clouds of Sils Maria. She plays a per­sonal shop­per to the stars who is also a spir­i­tual medium try­ing to get a sign from her dead twin brother. Does she like scary movies? “I re­ally love The Strangers, which is straight hor­ror, or The Si­lence of the Lambs,” she says. “One of my top five, all-time fa­vorite movies is The Shin­ing.” Since Jonny Lee Miller now stars in El­e­men­tary, will he re­turn for the Trainspot­ting se­quel?

—Cher B., Bal­ti­more, Md. A: The Bri­tish ac­tor is def­i­nitely back to reprise his role as Si­mon “Sick Boy” Wil­liamson in T2 Trainspot­ting, in the­aters March 17. He’ll re­unite with orig­i­nal cast mem­bers Ewan McGre­gor, Ewen Brem­ner and Robert Car­lyle 20 years after the orig­i­nal, a rol­lick­ing cult clas­sic about a Scot­tish junkie try­ing to kick his heroin habit. Miller, 44, who’s also been star­ring in El­e­men­tary on CBS for the past five sea­sons, says, “The se­quel’s a lot darker and a lot sad­der [and] more twisted than be­fore.”

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