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March 15, 2013

Kristen Stewart’s Mom Is Stupidly Jealous of Her Famous Daughter

Via: hollywoodreporter.com, celebritypop.com

You know how you cried on your mom’s shoulder when your first boyfriend broke up with you? Or how when you had a bad case of cramps, your mom was the one who went to the drugstore and got you some Midol and a bucket of chocolate mint ice cream? Yeah, moms are sweet like that.

Well, we have an inkling Kristen Stewart’s mom Jules Stewart never did those things. She probably told K-Stew to get over her immaturity, move on to the next boy and then threw her a heating pad for her cramps. Okay, maybe not, but one thing’s for sure: she’s far from being the next June Cleaver. In fact, she seems stupidly jealous of her famous daughter.

Jules is making her directorial debut with the film K-11, and besides talking about the movie, she’s decided to throw herself a pity party.

“It’s extremely frustrating for me, because she’s 22 years old and I’m almost 60,” she said to the LA Times. “In terms of life experience — hello! — I have it all over her. It’s not like I came out of nowhere.”

Also, if you’re going to call her “Kristen Stewart’s mom” or “Mama Stew,” she’ll probably slit your throat. Or give you a stern talking-to.

“To the world, I have no name. I am ‘Mama Stew’ — that’s what they call me, all of her zillions of fans. Or I’m Kristen’s mom; I’m famous for being her mom. Most of the female directors that are successful in this business came up through the ranks. And I’m hoping to follow in their footsteps. I have my own career, my own thing going on. And I would hate to think that it’s because of my 22-year-old that I got to direct a movie.”

Funnily enough, she wasn’t bemoaning Kristen’s fame when she wanted her daughter to have a supporting role in the film, which is about the fictional wing of a men’s prison that houses gay and transgender inmates. Kristen wasn’t able to take on the project because of her prior commitment to Snow White and the Huntsman.

The role in K-11 would’ve seen Kristen playing a character who was repeatedly raped. Yeah, that sounds like a regular mother-daughter jaunt in the park.

Also, would anyone be talking about this film if it wasn’t directed by “Mama Stew”? Jules has no problem promoting the film as a director who’s “more than just Kristen’s mom,” except being K-Stew’s mom is the only reason we’re talking about her and her supposedly “trashy” B-movie in the first place.