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Thursday, August 20, 2009

700th Post:KStew Interview

This is another Kristen Stewart interview and she still has the sam attitude that is so much like her. She's so dull sometimes. Ugh.

Q. Kristen, what are you looking forward to in
the next movie in the "Twilight" series, "New Moon?"

A. I'm looking forward to all aspects of the movie.
A lot more is introduced, like the world of the werewolves comes alive, and the
second movie is much more quaint. Edward leaves her, which is interesting,
considering the first movie is based entirely on their devotion to each other.
So to see them cope without each other and to see this character, Jacob, who is
supposed to represent light and warmth. He pulls her out of a rut that's
seemingly impossible. And it's really tragic. There is actually a lot more to
work with. The first one was good because it was ultimate love and abandon, and
that's good, but it's also kind of one note. Now it's a different

Q. Has life changed drastically? Are you just
aware of being watched all the time?

A. Not on a day-to-day basis, it's only like at
press junkets and things like this that you have to watch what you say. But
really people don't really recognize me often. I think I just look different in
person or something. I'm also not very approachable, and maybe they're just like
'Ooohhh, she's scary!'

Q: Has that film changed your

A. I don't have a grand plan. I don't scope things
out. I don't look at a project and how it relates to others. It's not like, 'Oh
this is the next step and this is probably smart for me.' Adventureland, for
example, was something that I wanted to do because the characters were easy to
invest in. It's just there to be played. They played like real people - you feel
responsible for someone that you feel will die right on the page unless you
bring them to life. Whenever you feel that, it is something worthwhile. But with
regard to Twilight, it's made it easier to do things that I really like, things
that like an
that nobody would normally see.
Now it's like, 'Oh let's go see Bella in this stripper movie; it'll be

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