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Kristen Stewart Has Opened Up About The Films She Regrets Making

"I’ve probably made five really good films, out of 45 or 50"

Kristen Stewart has made some of our all-time favourite films - from the Twilight series, to Christmas movie The Happiest Season, to the upcoming Princess Diana biopic Spencer.

While we're (obviously) big fans, Kristen herself might not say the same, as she's recently opened up about the "bad movies" she's made in a new interview.

Speaking to The Sunday Times, Kristen said that knowing whether a film will be good from the script is "a total crapshoot," meaning it's risky or uncertain.

"I’ve probably made five really good films, out of 45 or 50 films? Ones that I go, 'Wow, that person made a top-to-bottom beautiful piece of work!'" she continued.

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Asked which of her films count as the "good" ones, Kristen responded saying, "I love Assayas’s movies," referring to director Olivier Assayas who she made Clouds of Sils Maria and Personal Shopper with.

As for the rest, she said, "I’d have to look at my credit list. But they are few and far between."

Well, that's that then.

Opening up about the films she regrets, Kristen added, "That doesn’t mean I regret the experience [of making them]. I’ve only regretted saying yes to a couple of films and not because of the result, but because it wasn’t fun. The worst is when you’re in the middle of something and know that not only is it probably going to be a bad movie, but we’re all bracing until the end."

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Kristen as Princess Diana in Spencer

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Responding to a question over whether she'll name them, Kristen explained, "No! I’m not a mean person — I’m not going to call people out in public.

"But it’s like starting to date someone and going, 'Woah! I don’t know what we’re doing!' But when you’re in the middle of a movie you can’t just break up."

Kristen will be back on our screens *very* soon, with Spencer set for release on 5 November - so here's hoping it makes the good list.

 

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