The Telegraph from Australia interviewed Kristen Stewart as part of her The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 promotion where she provides insight into her thoughts about the becoming more comfortable with dealing with the film business such as red carpets, interviews and being an actress.
She also discusses her character 'Bella' and her approach to playing her which is interesting to read. The article briefly mentions Snow White and the Huntsman as one of the films that she has had an opportunity to make due to her Twilight fame.
Her life changed dramatically when she won the coveted role of Bella Swan almost five years ago, and as the fourth instalment, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, hits cinemas this week, she says she’s finally come to terms with her superstardom.
Often criticised for being unapproachable, or sometimes moody, when snapped by the paparazzi or on the red carpet, Stewart is sanguine about those moments, especially when she weighs them up against the amazing opportunities that have come her way as part of her speedy transition from anonymous to global phenomenon.
“Yes, I feel more comfortable at times now, but it really is about what mood you’re in,” she says. “If the mood strikes and if you’re feeling unselfconscious that day, you can have fun with it. The trouble with the red carpet is that it’s hard to fake it. So, if you’re having an introspective day or not thinking clearly, it comes across. Then people think that’s who you are all the time, but it’s not - that’s just five minutes of my life.”
Read the rest of the extensive interview here.