Just a quick video where you can see Kristen’s, Sam’s, and Garrett’s reactions. It looks like the whole thing was very emotional for all of them.

Thank you, Mercer Lives, for the link!

OTR Cast Reaction to Standing Ovation
Laura
24 May, 2012


ON THE ROAD KRISTEN SAM GARRETT INTERVIEW (Video) – The cast of On the Road continues their interview with Screenslam as star Kristen Stewart speaks about having to switch gears between filming On the Road and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. Sam Riley speaks about the 70′s era of cinema as well as joking around with Garrett Hedlund about having to take his clothes off on set.

“I didn’t want to do anything after this. It raises the bar for, of course the work that you do, but just the experiences that you want to have and why you do the work you do.” – Kristen Stewart

“I don’t think there’s any actors that are working today that don’t admire the era of cinema, particularly in America – the 70′s era.” – Sam Riley

Source

Screenslam On the Road Interview - Part 4 of 5
Laura
24 May, 2012






I was worried about Garrett Hedlund after seeing TRON: Legacy. That was not a good movie. And he… wasn’t good in it. But he didn’t seem in a hurry to do much else after Country Strong. After seeing On The Road, now I know why. Whoever is managing his career was confident enough in what Hedlund delivered, knowing that once people see this performance, new opportunities would present themselves soon enough.

He is so unexpectedly terrific in this film, it’s a major career-maker. There’s no inhibition. He doesn’t hold back. He goes flat out. As such, his Dean Moriarty is unforgettable. He is all charisma, super sexy, a selfish prick, an irresponsible fool, stupid, endearing, and captures exactly what I’ve wanted of the character since the first time I read the book. As I wrote two years ago after interviewing Hedlund at Comic-Con:

I had a big brother crush on Dean the first time I read On the Road. The second time I read On the Road I thought he just needed me to fix him. We were in love. The third time I thought we’d find each other but only much later in life. The fourth time I called him a loser. The fifth time, just two years ago, I loved him all over again but knew I’d have to leave him in the end. And these are only my projections. There are millions of others who see Dean an entirely different way.

On The Road is far from a great film. But Hedlund’s is a great performance. It’s a brave performance. And I can’t wait for you to see it.

Here he is with Kirsten Dunst yesterday at the photo call and the premiere. I’m telling you, again, he has never looked better. I like the headpiece she had on in the afternoon. Like the returning Queen of the festival.

 

There are pics at the SOURCE

Laura
24 May, 2012


The exploits of Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady were first described in “On the Road,” Kerouac’s autobiographical novel featuring alter-egos Sal Paradise and Dean Moriarty, more than a half-century ago.

But the stars of the book’s first-ever film adaptation say they believe the Beat bible resonates as much as ever, and that it has coursed through their lives in unexpected ways.

“I read it at 14 or 15 and I was touched. I said ‘I need to find people that push me like this. I want to find people in my life that I want to run after,” Stewart, who costars with Garrett Hedlund (Moriarty) and Sam Riley (Sal Paradise), told 24 Frames.

Stewart plays Moriarty’s smart and free-spirited wife, Marylou, in the film, which premiered Wednesday night at the Cannes Film Festival in one of the more youthful galas to hit the Croisette in recent memory. (The “Twilight” actress drove up in a vintage car and posed with costars Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst as well as Hedlund and Riley, while outside the barricades thousands of fans lined up to catch a glimpse.)

At a rooftop restaurant Thursday morning, Stewart was still taking it all in. Dressed in a sleeveless leather top and sneaking in a quick snack of restaurant rolls, the actress was reflecting on perhaps her most prestigious role to date, as well as her first trip to oft-chaotic Cannes. “I’m a pretty nervous person, but for some reason I feel comfortable here,” she said..

Hedlund did Stewart’s Cannes virginity one better — before this trip, the Minnesota native had never been to France. Smoking a cigarette alongside Stewart and Riley, the 27-year-old said he was similarly moved by Kerouac, noting that it echoed through the generations because the feeling it captures hasn’t changed.

“In your early 20s you’re at that place where you can do anything and you have years to do it,” the actor said. “Then life hits you before you know it.”

Read the rest of this entry…

Laura
24 May, 2012




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