Jodie Foster Pens Open Letter To Kristen Stewart: 'This Too Shall Pass'

"Eventually this all passes. The public horrors of today eventually blow away. And, yes, you are changed by the awful wake of reckoning they leave behind. You trust less. You calculate your steps. You survive. Hopefully in the process you don’t lose your ability to throw your arms in the air again and spin in wild abandon. That is the ultimate F.U. and—finally—the most beautiful survival tool of all. Don’t let them take that away from you." [Daily Beast]



Comments

  • j says:

    so she wants the media to leave her alone, so she issues a letter to her through the media? this is nothing new for her, she did it for mel gibson.

  • So you should be ok with cheating on your boyfriend with a married man who has kids? That's a big F.U. to the world alright, as well as to her career. It's sad when enablers go out of their way to tell people who really screw up their lives and that it is all ok and they should ignore the criticism.

    • E says:

      You do realize that 60 percent of Hollywood has cheated or done something horrible? Julia Roberts (remember the A Low Vera shirt), Abbie Cornish, Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Charlie Sheen, Brad Pitt....What about the domestic violence charges against Sean Penn? Roman fucking Polanski? Woody Allen? Yet Stewart is the one given the Scarlet Letter treatment? It's disgusting. So she fucked up and did a bad thing. Well, there are many famous and non famous people who have done the same thing. People aren't excusing her, they are just saying that the sanctimonious, public shaming, over the top media coverage of this has become incredibly disgusting. What you do in your personal life, unless it is a serious crime, should really not reflect upon your professional life. The biggest mistake she made, regardless of what the PR people say, was issuing that public apology. It said "come judge me yourself"....And I'm not even going to go into the fact that Rupert Sanders was technically her boss, old enough to be her father, married with kids, and was a first time director...while she's a dumbass 22 year old who may or may not have been in a relationship with Robert Pattinson.... It doesn't help that Pattinson's people are trying to turn him into the male Sandra Bullock because of this mess.

  • Megan says:

    Stewart knows very well that with stardom, you forfeit any kind of privacy. So when you and another do something stupid like start an affair, you're not entitled to any kind of anonimity or understanding. That's the tradeoff. For Jodie Foster to suggest otherwise is completely ignorant, especially for someone who has been in the business for a very long time.

  • sweetbiscuit says:

    WTF is she talking about? "Public horrors?" "Survive?" Give me a break. Yes, poor Kristen, by all means, please don't let them (?) take away your ability to say "F.U." Oy.

    • E says:

      Foster is melodramatic, but I personally find this public shaming that is weeks after the event just gross. I feel empathy for Stewart. She did a fucked up thing, but so have millions of others. People can do shitty things at times. Yet the media is acting like she skinned a bunch of kittens and then ate them, when what she did is a dime a dozen in Hollywood.

      • sweetbiscuit says:

        But Jodie weighing in publicly like this is part of perpetuating the interest in all this crap.

        My point is that if Jodie really thinks the (admittedly ridiculous) media's treatment of a canoodling billionaire qualifies as a "public horror," Jodie might want to read some real news for a little perspective.

  • linda says:

    The biggest mistake she made, regardless of what the PR people say, was issuing that public apology. It said "come judge me yourself"....And I'm not even going to go into the fact that Rupert Sanders was technically her boss, old enough to be her father, married with kids, and was a first time director.. ~ blackwhiteplanet _℃om ~~~~~ is for thousands of upscale men and beautiful women, who understand that ambition, success, and glamour are key elements of attraction. It's worth a try!That's a big F.U. to the world alright, as well as to her career. It's sad when enablers go out of their way to tell people who really screw up their lives and that it is all ok and they should ignore the criticism.

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