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Headwoman: Kristen Stewart stepped out at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday to promote her new film Seberg

Kristen Stewart shows off her tight midriff in a yellow crop top while promoting Seberg at TIFF … after she has approved Robert Pattinson as Batman

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Kristen Stewart is an actress to watch this season, with several major films coming out, from Underwater to Charlie's Angels.

She also plays French New Wave actress and Black Panther Party supporter Seberg in the biopic Seberg.

So Stewart got out at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday to promote her new biopic.

Headwoman: Kristen Stewart stepped out at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday to promote her new film Seberg

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Headwoman: Kristen Stewart stepped out at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday to promote her new film Seberg

The 29-year-old walked over the red carpet in a butternut yellow cropped short-sleeved sweater and revealed her tatted arms.

She combined it with a matching slim high waist maxi skirt with a vertical ribbed design.

Her tight midriff could be seen and served a chic aesthetic from the 90s, supplemented by her natural grunge style.

Stewart completed the look with a pair of silver chain chains and a pair of black patent leather wingtip boots.

Butternut beauty: the 29-year-old walked the red carpet in a butternut yellow trimmed short-sleeved sweater, revealing her tatted arms

Butternut beauty: the 29-year-old walked the red carpet in a butternut yellow trimmed short-sleeved sweater, revealing her tatted arms

Butternut beauty: the 29-year-old walked the red carpet in a butternut yellow trimmed short-sleeved sweater, revealing her tatted arms

Maxirok: she combined it with a matching slim high waist maxi skirt with a vertical ribbed design
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Maxirok: she combined it with a matching slim high waist maxi skirt with a vertical ribbed design

Maxirok: she combined it with a matching slim high waist maxi skirt with a vertical ribbed design

The actress shines like the titular Seberg in the film, which tells how she was the target of the FBI of Hoover for her romantic and political ties with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie).

The film also plays Margaret Qualley, Zazie Beetz, Vince Vaughn and Jack O & # 39; Connell.

She was accompanied by writers Joe Shrapnel, Anna Waterhouse and director Benedict Andrews for a press conference at the film festival.

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Per The Hollywood Reporter, Stewart admitted that she was related to the character: & We both absolutely share this fierce commitment not to try to control our public perception openly.

& # 39; You're just in it. You may disagree with someone's impression of you, but that is his impression of you & # 39;

Black boots: Stewart completed the look with a pair of silver chain chains and a pair of black patent leather wing-tip boots

Black boots: Stewart completed the look with a pair of silver chain chains and a pair of black patent leather wing-tip boots

Black boots: Stewart completed the look with a pair of silver chain chains and a pair of black patent leather wing-tip boots

Playing Jean: The actress plays the role of the titular Seberg in the film, who tells how she was the target of the FBI of Hoover for her romantic and political ties with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie)

Playing Jean: The actress plays the role of the titular Seberg in the film, who tells how she was the target of the FBI of Hoover for her romantic and political ties with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie)

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Playing Jean: The actress plays the role of the titular Seberg in the film, who tells how she was the target of the FBI of Hoover for her romantic and political ties with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie)

Public Perception: Stewart admitted she was related to the character: & # 39; We both absolutely share this fierce dedication not to try to control our public perception openly & # 39;

Public Perception: Stewart admitted she was related to the character: & # 39; We both absolutely share this fierce dedication not to try to control our public perception openly & # 39;

Public Perception: Stewart admitted she was related to the character: & # 39; We both absolutely share this fierce dedication not to try to control our public perception openly & # 39;

She continued: & # 39; We are actresses who want to be watched because you have things and you want to share them and you want everything back.

& # 39; So when that is stolen and distorted and used against you – I have tasted it in the most superficial way compared to her. But I thought, I know that feeling and it's terrible. & # 39;

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The political drama had its world premiere last month at the star-studded Venice film festival.

During TIFF, Stewart also endorsed her ex Robert Pattinson as the new Batman Variety: & # 39; I feel he is the only man who can play that role.

& # 39; I am so happy for him. It is crazy. I am very, very happy with that. I heard that and I thought, "Oh man!" It's great. & # 39;

Team Goals: She was accompanied by writers Joe Shrapnel, Anna Waterhouse and director Benedict Andrews for a press conference at the film festival

Team Goals: She was accompanied by writers Joe Shrapnel, Anna Waterhouse and director Benedict Andrews for a press conference at the film festival

Team Goals: She was accompanied by writers Joe Shrapnel, Anna Waterhouse and director Benedict Andrews for a press conference at the film festival

World premiere: The political drama experienced its world premiere last month at the star-studded Venice film festival

World premiere: The political drama experienced its world premiere last month at the star-studded Venice film festival

World premiere: The political drama experienced its world premiere last month at the star-studded Venice film festival

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