07/10/2022
Happiest Season. one of kristen stewart movies on netflix

6 Kristen Stewart Movies Streaming on Netflix (Updated)

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If anything was familiar in every show, be it Cannes or Oscar, it is the name of Kristen Stewart. Crimes of the future at Cannes and Spencer at the Oscar kept floating her name in the event. If you are looking for Kristen Stewart movies on Netflix, I have collected a list of those available movies.

After getting her first Oscar nomination, there was a buzz about its availability on Netflix. But alas! Spencer is not on Netflix. Though Netflix releases movies and TV shows irrespective of the country, one may not find any of the below-mentioned movies.

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If you judge Stewart by Twilight then you haven’t watched her other spectacular performances for which she has established herself as a versatile actor. To prove her worth in the industry, Kristen Stewart has given her best performances in her movies.

If you are looking for more Kristen Stewart movies, here are 6 pieces available on Netflix right now. Don’t miss the chance to watch these movies, who says Netflix could withdraw later. Let’s see those 6 movies streaming on Netflix in the Indian region.

6 Kristen Stewart Movies Streaming on Netflix

  1. Into the wild (2007)

This film talks about human relationships, humanity, and biographical adventure. It’s more of a spiritual drama. Directed by Sena Penn, it tells the story of Christopher who renounces all his mundane possession and embarks on a hitchhike. The adventure changes him as a person. 

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There is a small part of Stewart who falls for Christopher. Just before the release of Twilight, this film gave her exposure to the world of art-house films. Thanks to Netflix to upload such a film. If you love spiritualistic films, then Into the Wild is one you shouldn’t miss at all. 

  1. The Twilight Saga (2008-2012)

The film franchise for which she rose to fame and became the world’s highest-paid actress is available now on Netflix with all 5 parts. Kristen Stewart’s career catapulted after the huge success of Twilight. 

Once, it became a cultural phenomenon after the release of the film. Though the film got mixed negative reviews from critics, it became a huge box office success. Stewart plays Bella Swan who falls in love with a vampire. The film explores the relationship between the two. With some stunning cinematography, Twilight grabbed audiences’ attention instantly. 

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After getting a huge international success, Twilight became a saga and came with 4 more sequels later. So, if you are looking for a list of Kristen Stewart movies on Netflix, you can’t skip Twilight. It’s good news for you. 

  1. Snow White and The Huntsman (2012)

Because of Netflix, Snow White and the Huntsman is available there. Based on the German fairy tale, Snow White by the Brothers Grimm, the film gives us a sneak peek of evil’s dethrone and honesty’s rise. While Snow White played by Kristen Stewart escapes from her evil mother’s kingdom, Huntsman becomes her companion to overthrow her mother. 

The film was a box office success with two Oscar nominations including Best Costume Design and Best Visual Effects. Its visual effects will surely blow your mind. The film features Chris Hemsworth, and Charlize Theron as well. There is a sequel also but Stewart didn’t reprise her role. After this, she was on a journey of transformation. 

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  1. Charlie’s Angels (2019)

While she was experimenting with her films, she didn’t work on those which gave her rise at once. Charlie’s Angels is one such film that is purely entertaining with guns, blasts, contrastive costumes, and high music. It’s a third film in the Charlie’s Angels franchise streaming on Netflix now.  

3 angels working for a detective agency follow the master, Charlie’s orders. The new film couldn’t be compared with the other previous films. It was a box-office disappointment with mixed reviews. However, just for the mood refreshing, this film might entertain you.  

  1. Happiest Season (2020)

Happiest season is one of such movies in the list of Kristen Stewart movies that made her identity stronger in the industry. She proved her versatility as an actor with this film. She plays Abby, an interest to Harper. This is not your go-to type of film rather it throws a perspective on the LGBTQ+ community.   

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Director Clea DuVall shares her personal experiences through this film. It’s a romantic holiday drama where Stewart gave a solid comedic performance. It tells the story of a lesbian who proposes to her girlfriend without being aware that her family could cause the issues. 

Happiest Season matches Stewart’s real-life situation also. Released in 2014, she proved her identity through this film. With an emotional comic drama, Happiest Season starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis is streaming on Netflix.

  1. Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005)

I think many of us overlook the presence of Kristen Stewart in Zathura. It’s a very early film in her career as a child actor. So, an obvious hidden gem. Identical to Jumanji, Zathura takes us through the same board game and puts us into a different world. 

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It’s a story of two brothers finding each other in a different space while playing a board game. While playing, they must find a way to come to earth. Stewart was 15 years old while acting in this film, though the role was pretty small. She plays Lissa, an older sister who doesn’t get any attention from her brothers. So, she submerges herself into her personal world. 

Though it’s a children’s film, Zathura is no doubt a truly entertaining piece that reminds our childhood imagination, desire, and longing. Now, it’s available on Netflix. Don’t just watch Zathura for Kristen Stewart rather watch it for adventure.


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Rabi Chatterjee

My love for films grew from the initial period of theatre life. Since then, I have become a big film-addicted person. After finishing almost over 4k movies in various languages, I see films as a remedy for the psychological well-being of a person. Watching movies, especially good movies is like experiencing life through someone else. Founder at Filmo Maniac

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