*Breaking Dawn Spoiler Alert*
No matter if it has been almost a decade ago or recently, former castmates and directors continue to express their work experience with Kristen Stewart.
The Enchanting Beauty recently reported that Max Thieriot who co-starred with Stewart in 'Catch That Kid', tweeted what it was like working with Stewart. Now more statements are being made about Stewart from a new cast member of 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1'.
Guri Weinberg, who will play a Romanian vampire named 'Stefan' in the upcoming film, has been enlightening fans with humorous on set shenanigans regarding Stewart and other castmates.
Weinberg's stories have been the talk of the Twilight Twitterworld. He recently tweeted that Stewart will make a "bad ass vampire".
(Stewart's character 'Bella' will eventually be transformed into a vampire).
Weinberg has responded to fans about Stewart in previous tweet as well.
Weinberg provides the fans with more insights about working with Stewart on his blog. In two recent stories posted, "The Adult Here" and "No GFYS Image Available", Weinberg provides fans with two of the most humorous stories of his experience on set and from what he has indicated, there is more to come.
In both stories he writes about the games the cast and crew, which included "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer, played with and on each other during production. However, in "No GFYS Image Available", he goes into Stewart's participation in the game called GFYS and...well you have to read it for yourself. It is truly a laugh out loud story.
In it he writes:
"The minute I walk on set, Kristen is READY to do this thing with Noel. She keeps looking at me when he's not looking, mouthing, "Now?" I'm mouthing back, "Not yet." She keeps shooting me looks every few seconds, "Now?" and I keep going "Not yet. Rob just did it." I am thinking to myself, MAN, she REALLY wants to tell Noel to go f***himself. Did he piss her off or what?!? There's a break coming up and we all come back on set. Except Kristen. I look for an A.D.
"Oh, she wrapped."
NO WONDER she wanted to do it so quickly. Dammit."
We highly recommend that you read the entire story here. You can follow Guri Weinberg on Twitter here: @GuriWeinberg
In an interview with the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Chris Weitz, director of 'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' continues to state his feelings about Stewart as he promotes his new movie 'A Better Life'.
Weitz talks about 'Breaking Dawn', Stewart, both Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner who also star in the Twilight Saga series along with Stewart.
“I really want to see how they’re going to figure out the part where the vampire baby chews its way out of Kristen Stewart’s stomach,” said “New Moon” director, Chris Weitz, when we recently asked him what he’s looking forward to seeing in the final “Twilight Saga” movies.
Chris quipped with a smile, “I certainly wouldn’t know how to shoot that. I’m sure Bill Condon is going to figure it out, because he’s a terrific director.
As for the future of Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner after “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” Parts 1 (to be released in November this year) and 2 (next year), here’s Chris’ wish for them: “For the three leads, they’re going to need to handle this last tsunami of publicity and distinguish themselves in other films.”
“With Kristen, she has always done terrific independent-film roles, and that’s great,” said Chris, who also directed the memorable “About a Boy,” “The Golden Compass” and, now, the acclaimed “A Better Life.” “Rob is doing that sort of thing, too,” Chris pointed out. “Rob is filming with David Cronenberg (‘Cosmopolis’) now. Taylor is carving a different path in action films.”
“I want to see them succeed,” Chris stressed. “I want to see them retain their essential humanity. I like them very much. What I also wish for them are happy lives that aren’t impinged on too much by the downside of the great things that have happened to them.”
Read the rest of Chris Weitz's interview here. You can follow Weitz on Twitter here: @chrisweitz
Stewart continues to shine with the people who work with her. There are plenty of stories like this and knowing Stewart, there is more to come.