Actresses Confused About How to Get Roles After Kristen Stewart Fired For Sleeping with Director

Kristen StewartActresses in film and theater have long been securing roles by sleeping with directors and producers. However, after Kristen Stewart was fired from the “Snow White and the Huntsman” sequel for having an affair with the director, women in film are concerned they will have to acquire talent to launch their careers in the future.

Misty Adams is a 19-year-old girl from Florida. After she graduated from high school, Misty and her mom packed up everything and moved to L.A in hopes that she could get a job as an actress. Adams has been hanging out in bars schmoozing with film executives hoping one of them will sleep with her and give her a starring role in a film or TV series in return. But after hearing about Stewart’s firing, she doesn’t think that technique is the sure thing it used to be. And her mother is furious. Misty’s mother said, “We packed up everything to come out here. And now we find out sleeping your way into a role isn’t an option anymore?! What’s my little Misty going to do now? She can’t act worth s—t!”

Film director Brett Ratner told us that even though the trend of selling your body to get a role seems to be coming to an end, he finds it disturbing that Stewart was fired. “Kristen fulfilled her part of the deal so it’s inexcusable that she didn’t benefit. If I sleep with an actress, I don’t care what the studio says. One way or another, I would make sure the contract our genitals signed with each other gets honored. But maybe I’m just a classier guy…”

Kristen Stewart herself talked to BS Gossip about her firing. “I’m honestly baffled. I’ve gotten all of my roles by sleeping with either the director or the producer – sometimes both at the same time – so I really don’t know what happened. I never would have had an affair with a married man and risked my relationship with Robert if I didn’t think it was going to get me somewhere. My career has obviously already taken off so I’m fine but I do worry about young actresses who maybe can’t act well enough to get roles through auditions. Should they have to take acting lessons and strengthen their skills to get a job when they are perfectly willing to use their bodies to do it? Is that the kind of world we want to live in?”

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