Q: Since the Nylon interview came out, do you feel like you’re playing with fire when you talk about the Twilight fans?
KRISTEN STEWART: No, because I love the Twilight fans. I have literally never said anything remotely negative about them. You have to stay away from certain key words that can be twisted into a negative connotation, like the word ‘psychotic’ apparently is really bad. I don’t understand why. I mean, I feel like it’s a really humble position to take that it’s not normal to find yourself in a situation where there are 5,000 screaming girls and you’re literally like fodder. I feel like that’s not normal and it’s not something I should just say, “Oh yeah, it’s really cool. I love ‘em.” I feel like everything that I said in that Nylon interview, if you actually read the whole thing, was very honest and genuine and talking about something that I am so immersed in and have absolutely no control over and I’m just trying to stay honest and true to something that I care about. Yeah, that’s it.
Q: Well allow me to take you in the proper context. When do you start shooting the next installment of the Twilight saga, New Moon?
KRISTEN STEWART: Very soon. In a couple weeks. March 23rd I think is the first official day of shooting.
Q: Are you excited about the next one? Is there a part of it you’re looking most forward to shooting?
KRISTEN STEWART: Yeah. I mean, it’s interesting. It’s a completely different story. It’s like it entirely undermines the first. Edward is gone and, for me, that was the whole story. It’s hard for me to get past like… I don’t know how Bella is going to deal with that. She matures a lot. It’s a much more painful story than the first one. It’s actually quite devastating. It’s a smaller scale as well. She’s very solitary for quite a while so that will be interesting. I’m excited about that.
Red glowing eyes shine in the dark, hidden from a tree.
Red glowing eyes shine under the moon, hidden from a wolf.
Red glowing eyes shine in my face, hidden from me.