The Independent posted an excerpt of a Kristen’s interview for a new book written by Talia Soghomonian, called “Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner – In Their Own Words”. You can read it below!
Can you talk about the transformation of Bella from human to vampire in Breaking Dawn-Part 2?
One thing that I liked about Bella’s human version is that she gives as much as she wants to and doesn’t feel pushed. To me, she’s always been really honest, even if she’s technically lying to people. She’s emotionally very honest. Because of that, she’s sometimes unsteady, and sometimes I allowed her to be kind of just teenager-ish. It’s like, you are this very developed, mature version of what we all know her to be, but at the same time, you are this very young, new animal, quite a baby, and you are figuring out how to like use the tools that you have been given. It’s like a 12-year-old getting into a six-speed sports car and being like: “Whoa, so that was fun.”
How about just the physicality? Vampire Bella is so strong.
Yeah, that’s the thing. You want to get as close as you can to those experiences. I wanted to feel that strong, but obviously, you can’t. Sometimes you have to fake certain things. I really appreciated it when we weren’t on treadmills. I liked being able to actually run on ground and get movement, actual space behind me, and there were different ways that we accomplished looking strong and fast and all that stuff, and my favourite bits were always the ones that we could actually do.
This interview is taken from ‘Robert Pattinson, Kirsten Stewart & Taylor Lautner – In Their Own Words’, by Talia Soghomonian (www.theebookpeople.com). Available at iTunes & Amazon, £3.74 and as enhanced version with audio for £4.99