Thursday, May 31, 2012
Did you see ‘On the Road’ in which your girlfriend, Kristen Stewart, has a role?
Rob: Yes and it’s sort of weird to see her like this. To have people clapping for you at Cannes, a Festival that’s a little crazy and with so many people, is funny. We might expect those kind of reactions but always end up being surprised.
Did you become up professional opponents?
Rob: No, never. For a year now we both had the chance to evolve in the job we love, especially in those amazing movie projects. Kristen is really ambitious. She knows how to find good scripts, she has the nose for that. I admire her.
We wanted people to respect and understand our choices. During the Cosmopolis screening at Cannes, I was a nervous wreck. I was looking in front of me, behind me, trying to guess people’s reactions. I was trying to listen for whispers. And in the end, I missed half the movie. *laughs* At the after party that followed, I was even more terrified at the prospect of having to face people’s comments.
Will you be in a movie together after Twilight?
Rob: Yes, absolutely. We’re trying to write a script together. It won’t be for now but we’ve thought about it for a long time. The filming of the last two movies was long and difficult.My character doesn’t change, he can’t die. We finish on a high note.
When asked if she had any fighting talk for Jennifer and Josh, Kristen told MTV.co.uk: “I don’t know. For the last few years it was ‘The Twilight Show’ and it was bizarre and this year’s gonna be fun. It’s gonna be like ‘Oh good, something different! Please God, something different.'"
“I would love to see them go up there and I would love to see how someone else dealt with it to be honest. It’s like ‘are you gonna do it?’, ‘are you gonna give it to them’.”
She added: “If we didn’t win, I would actually be stoked to see like how it all goes down and how they handle it.”
Source via @PamelaPPI
It's not just a big movie for you, it's a big movie for Kristen Stewart. In a, "I'm not just Bella Swan," kind of way.
To me, casting is all about finding a character within the actor off the screen as much as on the screen. I think Kristen is incredibly brave.
People forget that she was in movies like "Panic Room."
Well, my theory is a simple theory: She played such a good version Bella Swan, people think Kristen Stewart is Bella Swan. She's not, you know? If you meet Kristen, she's wildly kind of giggly and vivacious and rebellious and naughty -- all things that Bella Swan isn't.
Move over, Robert Pattinson—Charlize Theron is taking your place!
No, Kristen Stewart is not replacing her real-life Twilight boyfriend with her Snow White and the Huntsman costar, but…
"I want to stand on my tippy toes when I'm around her," Stewart told me the other day when she and SWATH costar Sam Claflin appeared at the MTV Sneak Peek of their new fairy-tale action flick. "She's mad intimidating. Most people would make you feel really bad about yourself when you're intimidated by them, but I feel so great around."
Claflin gushed, "She makes you step up your game."
Theron is also, well, super cool.
"She's awesome," Stewart said. "And she's hilarious—she's so fast and quick."
Even with all this lovin', Stewart and Claflin aren't going to be babysitting for the new mom anytime soon.
"I don't think she should trust either of us," Stewart said.
Claflin cracked, "I don't think she'd trust us with the kid or even her dogs."
"For me, the last movie is all about closure and the characters finally coming fully into themselves about what their destinies are," he said. "Edward becoming, in a sense, the patriarch of the family; Bella becoming a mother and a vampire finally, which I think is truly the thing everyone wants to see. It is ultimately the closure of their lives. For those that have followed [the films] from beginning to end, there is a great final moment where you really get to re-live that entire the experience and I think that is something the fans can look forward to."
So adorable and once again, congrats to @LondonStew :)