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Even though it’s a fantastic film, what is your reaction when you receive a script like that? Does it effect whether you want to say, “Yes,” regardless of the part?

Kristen Stewart: Typically, no. Every experience of doing something is different when you’re an actor and doing it for the reasons we do. Yeah, it’s definitely morbid. It’s not a walk in the park but sometimes, it sounds silly but sometimes filmmaking can be very important. As soon as I read Julianne was playing this part, I knew that she was going to be doing something important. I knew this movie was being made so she could do something that would say something. It was intimated to me that it was our job to just hold her up. There’s a possibly that the only reason I felt so driven about this film is because Wash [Westmoreland] and Rich [Glatzer] hired me. I felt like if they thought I could do it, then I could. It’s not that I don’t have fun making people laugh going to the movies, but sometimes I think a movie can really say something.

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Kristen Stewart: It’s interesting when you have a story and you know for a fact that if it’s done right that it’s going to be something and everyone is going to talk about it. But if it’s done badly, the alternative is so polarized. We were like, it worth it, because if we do it right it’s going to be more important than anything we’ve done in quite a long time.

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Kristen, your character did not want to know if she had the gene. Do you relate to that?

Kristen Stewart: Personally I do relate to it. You have two starkly different representations of people in the two Howland girls. Lydia finds that she has so many aspects of her mother and because of this little fast-forward accelerated period of life they are able to find that quickly. Level with each other and appreciate with each other. But at first, you have a girl who does not want to nail anything down. Conversely, if [Alice] can’t find her name for something, if she can’t understand it or define it, then it is expelled from your mind. Whereas, Lydia is not isolated or a black sheep or anything like that, but she is different from her family. She is not an academic. She lives in ambiguity. She is a creative person. She is experiencing every moment that is appreciated. Basically, I think I would not want to know. I think you can still be happy knowing, but I just think one of the things this movie is very much about is the present moment. Being you. Not being a disciple and projecting and reflecting too much. That’s why Lydia stands up and becomes a backbone. It’s weird because it’s counterintuitive because she is so flimsy, but then emotionally she is the strongest for Alice and learns a lot.

Kristen, I saw the Assayas film (Clouds of Sils Maria) and you were at the New York Film Festival and so fantastic and I wonder after a big franchise that you had, do you feel if you have to redefine yourself as an actor now?

Kristen Stewart: Gosh, luckily through by my experience and by my gut, I don’t have to do anything (like that). At this point, I’m just doing what inspires me and what I love and it’s falling off the truck the way that you see it.


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In just a few weeks, one of the most anticipated movies of the summer will hit theatres. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is set for release on Wednesday June 30th, and fans are already buying their tickets.

We caught up with Bella herself, Kristen Stewart, who gave us a preview of what we can expect from the third installment of the Twilight movie franchise, which has captivated audiences of all ages. (Click on the video to hear Kristen Stewart)

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Luna Park didn't know what hit it when Twilight's Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart and thousands of Twi-hards rocked up for the Q&A of the year.
Our ear-drums didn't make it out in one piece but by the looks on these fans' faces - a great time was had by all. "Oh my gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawd!"
Did our NovaFM cameraman catch you in the crowd getting up-close and personal to the Eclipse stars?

COMPETITION: Want to win Taylor Lautner's autograph? Enter here Twi-Hards!

AUDIO: Merrick, Dools & Ricki-Lee caught up for a chat with Robert Pattinson!

AUDIO: Ryan, Monty and Wippa's chat with Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart!
 

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Robert Pattinson has gushed about girlfriend and co-star Kristen Stewart, calling her surprisingly fierce.

The Twilight vampire told Merrick, Dools and Ricki-Lee that meeting the 20-year-old actress for the first time was "weird".

"It was weird. I mean, everything about the pairing with Kristen kind of worked out for the story," he said.

"I went in to the audition having absolutely no idea of what to do and because of the way she was playing it kind of shocked me into doing a performance that I didn't realise I could do.

"I guess she brings a kind of toughness and also a kind of mystery to Bella, which is not really there in the book.

"She's kind of in a lot of ways, a damsel in distress in the book, and Kristen's very...there's a kind of fierce fierceness behind her, which I didn't really expect the actress who played Bella would have."

The British actor said he is still surprised at the success of Twilight and that its success puts a certain pressure on him.

"In the beginning I had no idea. It seems to get bigger and bigger and bigger every week that is going past," he said.

"I feel pressure to live up to making a good movie, but I mean the expectations are so diverse.""

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Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart chat to Ryan, Monty and Wippa today on Novafm. Listen in from 4 – 6 to hear the full interview.

Ryan Shelton, Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond and Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli spoke to the Twilight mega-stars Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart before their appearance at Sydney’s Luna Park where they will meet their diehard fans this evening.

Nova was bombarded with pleas from fans that missed out on an opportunity to get up close and personal with the Twilight stars. Some fans even created videos on youtube begging Nova for last minute opportunities to attend tonight’s event.

Ryan, Monty and Wippa touched on life with the paparazzi which encouraged Kristen to speak up.
Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart talk about paparazzi and meat patties


"I look angry all the time.” she told Ryan, Monty and Wippa “It is annoying for the first five minutes but then you just get back to your work.”

Ryan, Monty and Wippa also kept their word and asked some of your questions straight from our twilight forum at novafm.com.au. We will give you a clue as to which questions were asked!

One included Monty speaking to Taylor about the splits and another involved asking Kristen about studying in Australia!

You can hear the full chat from 4pm today!

@NovaFM We've chatted with #kristenstewart & #taylorlautner! Interview up very soon! #twilight #twilightqanda http://bit.ly/cdNquG

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