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.
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.”