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Kristen Stewart was about to turn 12 when David Fincher's Panic Room -- about a mother and child who take refuge for nearly the entire movie in a safe room during a burglary -- was released in March 2002. As the tomboy daughter of Jodie Foster's character, she's virtually unrecognizable from the ingenue she would become as Twilight's Bella or Snow White & The Huntsman's princess. It's a naivete she has fostered on and off the screen until recently admitting to an affair with her married Snow White director, Rupert Sanders.
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