While a lot of the film site buzz seems to be surrounding the actress who isn’t old enough to buy a beer legally getting nude or playing a stripper or something for Meet the Rileys, I find it much more appealing for Kristen Stewart to show a little skin the lazy way. The Al Bundy way. It’s not sexy – it’s just a flippant disregard for finishing the dressing process in the morning.

And finally, we get to see a picture of her as slovenly such, alongside Twilight: OMG Moon co-star Dakota Fanning (who I am convinced is actually Woody Harrelson doing some serious method work) in the upcoming flick The Runaways.

Check it out for yourself:


Rope of Silicon has an even bigger, clearer image as well as the news that Apparition has picked up the film and will drop it in our laps in march. We all, deep down, wanted a biopic of Joan Jett, but will we be alright with it coming from Kristen Stewart?

Sure. Why not?

Punk rock is for the young anyway. The young and the unzipped.

What do you think?

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