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Kristen Stewart Makes THR’s Women In Entertainment Power 100: Awards Talk

Kristen Stewart’s successful post-Twilight Saga trajectory was underlined today as she made the cut on The Hollywood Reporter’s2012 Women In Entertainment Power 100 list.

Coming in at number #50 in a tie-in with Silver Lining Playbook’s Jennifer Lawrence and The Iron Lady’s Meryl Streep, the 22-year-old was hailed as one of the trio’s “Box office Queens.”

With The Twilight Saga franchise breaking the $3 billion box office barrier and Snow White and The Huntsman’s nearly $400,000,000 worldwide haul, it’s a title Stewart can claim with accuracy.

Other movers and shakers on THR’sPower 100 included Anne Sweeney, co-chairman of Disney Media Networks and president of Disney/ABT Television, in the top spot for the third year running.

Jane Fonda; Dana Walden, co-chairman of 20th Century Fox Television; and Kathleen Kennedy, president of LucasFilm, were also named among many others.

It’s a timely nod for Stewart as awards season gets underway and critics, awards voters, and industry watchers speculate about potential nominees.

After the actress’ latest film On The Road premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, a shorter version was released in select territories to mixed reviews, although many highlighted Stewart and co-star Garrett Hedlund’s performances as impressive.

Kristen Stewart At A Screen Actors Guild Screening For "On the Road" In New York On September 10