Kristen Stewart: “I’ve always just loved Jacob and Bella so much”


We’d all be well-advised to prepare for the impending publicity onslaught of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part One), which shall arrive in U.S. theaters on November 18. As part of the early assault, Kristen Stewart covers the November issue of Glamour and is also interviewed by Twilight author Stephenie Meyer. The resulting article is not an illuminating one at all, and Meyer’s skills as an interrogator are about on par with her abilities as a novelist, but I guess most of us have no room to talk without our own wildly and inexplicably successful book series to match, right? Here are a few excerpts:

On Shooting Breaking Dawn‘s Wedding Scene: [T]he last night…I was exhausted, and it’s funny, Rob [Pattinson] was actually way more energetic than I was at the end of it. Even thinking about it now kind of freaks me out. On the final night of filming, I was literaly pulling out my hair and crying and having to walk away for a second because my voice wasn’t working anymore.

On Embracing Bella: I like Bella so much. In order to play a part like that, you have to believe in every crazy decision that she makes.

On Whether She Wants To Direct: Yeah, really, really badly. Me and Dakota [Fanning] were having this conversation the other day actually, and she also wants to do it really bad. It will happen, I think. I also really enjoy being an actor, so I’m fine. I mean, I’m not finished …

On Being Misquoted: It bugs me! False impressions are the worst! It definitely makes me watch my words. Even right now, I’m going, OK, how do you walk about this? And you’ve got to have a filter.

On Watching Breaking Dawn For The First Time: [I]t’s fun to watch it with [Taylor Lautner] because we actually sit and watch it. Me and Taylor are actual Twilight fans, so we can sit there and be totally into it! Whereas I sit there with Rob … he likes it, but he has such a different energy. I’ve always just loved Jacob and Bella so much. Taylor is great in this one.

On Her Style: I have a uniform of sorts — I will be comfortable in a certain hoodie of mine no matter what mood I am in. And there’s nothing better than a new stack of white V-necks. For me, “changing” is either a new T-shirt … or an old T-shirt. And I need pockets, ’cause if I carried a bag, I’d lose it purposely.

Somehow, I’m totally not surprised that Taylor Lautner not only really enjoys watching the Twilight movies but is also an authentically enthusiastic fan of the books as well. It’s also similarly predictable that Kristen speaks through a very sophisicated pattern of ellipses, but I am honestly perplexed to read her claims of loving both Bella and the Twilight Saga as well. Her general attitude of being above it all (i.e., her “affected emo shtick“) would lead one to believe otherwise, but maybe she just hates the red carpet and all of the publicity-related appearances that are demanded within a successful acting career. Unfortunately, the two are not mutually exclusive, so she’d better get used to it or make a decided turn towards theater acting, which I don’t see happening by any stretch.

The Glamour photoshoot is pretty cute though and shows off Kristen’s best asset — those gorgeous legs.




Scans courtesy of Team Twilight

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  1. bitchPlease says:

    Her legs are doughy and skinny. That’s not her best asset but someone convinced her to show them off in order to distract from her permanent bitchface. Also letting her ass hang out in that white dress contradicts her constant talk about being different from all the Hollywood starlets and famewhores. She is praising Twilight because she knows her career is over when the Saga ends.

  2. N.D. says:

    She’s very beautiful young woman.
    Really like her eye make-up in these.

  3. Erinn says:

    I thought her and Rob both used to openly mock Twilight? And now she loves it?

  4. Esmom says:

    How could she not praise Twilight with the author interviewing her? I thought her responses were gracious given that fact.

    She is pretty but I agree that her legs are not her best asset. All they have going for them is her youth!

  5. Julia says:

    This is how megan should do photoshoots, fresh, young and carefree.

    Again high fashioned products don’t do her justice. A model for a product like jeans would have suit her better.

  6. RocketMerry says:

    I like her; she’s pretty and seems cool.
    Still, I get the feeling that she really, really hates the red carpet thing. Also, it sounds to me like she would rather direct so much more than act, and while Dakota Fanning probably would suck at it, I think Kristen could do a good job. That’s the impression I got.

  7. Angb says:

    She looks so beautiful. Love these photos.

  8. geekychic says:

    i think her face and hair are her best assets, especially considering her eyes.
    on the other hand, yeah, maybe her legs are not all muscles, but i kinda like it that way;coming from the person who’ll never, ever have such long sinevy legs, i like the fact that she takes what’s great on her body and uses it, but not overworking it (including exercises) to perfection. i like the message:yeah, i have great legs, but books are better.
    and the interview? meh.i’d rather hear what are her plans. i don’t really care about breaking dawn, or the stupid stupid werewolf (seriously, what is that with jacob attacking her about edward ON THEIR WEDDING DAY??how is that normal behaviour? i mean, do i live on another planet if i think that if guy is blowing your day by spitting on your relationship, he needs to get a clue and a kick in the bum?? that ain’t creepy??

  9. Ell says:

    Still like her, she’s obviously has a long career ahead ofher.

    She’s quite striking, and her legs are fantastic…skinny and doughy, what???!

  10. emma says:

    It’s weird that she suddenly likes Twilight. You have to lie when talking to Stepanie Meyer.

  11. mia girl says:

    I really like all the photos. She looks great.

    About the red carpet thing, seems like she is working to getting better at it. Aside from being awkward, I think she is a little bid “method” and was channeling a don’t give a sh*t attitude while playing Joan Jett when she was doing a lot of the Twilight press. I think she was influenced by that, plus the overwhelming onslaught of crazy attention. But I agree that she needs to step up her publicity attitude quick if she is going to continue to work in the business.

  12. heebeegeebee says:

    Her legs are her worst asset!! No muscle tone whatsoever. I cringe whenever I see them. I’m not judging, I just think at her age they should be more toned.

  13. cmc says:

    Isn’t that the same white dress SJP wore on the red carpet of one of her I Don’t Know How She Does It premieres? Yup…it looks better on a younger woman just like y’all had commented then.

  14. only1shmoo says:

    Come on, she’s beautiful, talented and down-to-earth. My only objection was to her ‘loving’ Bella! Really? She’s a vapid, self-absorbed, bitchy whiner who has no ambitions outside of being with Edward. Seriously Kristen, you’re so much better than that!

  15. spinner says:

    She’s a beautiful girl. It’s refreshing to see a young woman not so obsessed with looking taut & toned. I’d say she is truly enjoying herself & not overly concerned with being a sex-pot.

  16. Cheyenne says:

    She should have been interviewed by someone other than Stephenie Meyer. She could hardly tell Meyer how lousy her books are, when those books made Stewart’s career as well as Meyer’s.

  17. sara says:

    Is she the next Angelina Jolie?

  18. mollination says:

    I find her extremely pretty, and not at all contrived whatsoever. I think it bugs bloggers and celebrity-enthusiasts to see someone like her that has come full circle; she completely sees the game for what it is and doesn’t give into the role she’s supposed to play. She doesn’t effusively play the “please like me” game that most younger starlets have to play in order to become sweethearts of the tabloid world, and so therefore people think she’s being fake when in reality she’s actually being 100% authentic and we don’t even know what that looks like anymore. I don’t know why but I am super drawn to her friendship with Dakota and I kind of wish I could have a glass of wine with them and talk about what kinds of films they see themselves directing.

  19. smh says:

    she strikes me as a lesbian who was forced by the moviemakers into a faux relationship with that co-star who desperately needs to bathe. and she doesn’t have an attractive face which is why they’re really trying here with the dresses and that pro eye make-up.

  20. Sakyiwaa says:

    Hm, sara. I think she cud very well be…
    She’s cute…

  21. LL says:

    She probably looks like she has a perma-bitchface because she always has her makeup done by another perma-bitchface: Jillian Dempsey.

  22. Sway says:

    Sorry, but her best asset are really her eyes. Gorgeous.

  23. Camille says:

    I think she looks stunning in these photos. And I also think she is growing up a bit, she came off quite well in this interview IMO.

    @mollination: I agree with you.

  24. LittleDeadGrrl says:

    She’s very beautiful but she’s so awakward. Her interviews are so painful I’ve never been able to sit through one

  25. I Choose Me says:

    I’d say her best assets were her eyes (and her great skin) not her legs.

    These photos aren’t bad at all. She looks really pretty here and in all but the last pic her eyes do not look dead.

  26. kikay says:

    perfect ,just perfect!

  27. Angel says:

    “Her general attitude of being above it all (i.e., her “affected emo shtick“) would lead one to believe otherwise”

    Except literally everything she and every person related to the Twilight franchise has ever said has supported the fact that she cares a great deal about Twilight and is a major fan. That’s what irks me about CB’s coverage on Kristen Stewart; it is always so blatantly baseless and speculative, not at all based on the details we do actually know. I mean, I am not even a terribly big fan of hers and yet, I know that she is a major fan of Twilight and always tries very hard to make the movie something better than it is, because she actually cares about the story. I believe it was Rob P. that said that one.

    Anyway, she does just hate the red carpet/pap aspect of it … as she has also said about a trillion times. But I think she will get used to it; I don’t think she is a terribly mature young woman, and I think it sometimes overwhelms her, but she is getting better.