Kristen Stewart is Just a Little Bit Sensitive

A lot of people hate Kristen Stewart. A lot. Really, really a lot. I’m not actually one of those people. I really like her in the Twilight series and I really like her as an actress in general. But her latest quote has me scratching my head a bit. In it she talks about the love triangle that’s ever-present in New Moon between Bella, Edward, and Jacob. It’s by far one of the things that makes the book so great and one of the reasons why I will always, always love Jacob. And while love triangles usually end with someone getting hurt, I hope people realize it’s just a book. Or in this case, soon to be released as a movie. For Kristen Stewart, that’s just not the case. She seems to have taken it quite personally and had a really hard time with it. From People,

“Kristen Stewart doesn’t take break-ups lightly – even those on film.

“Everything in our movie, it’s such a heightened version of reality,” the Twilight star, 19, tells MTV News. “People don’t just break up [in the films] – they break up and it literally kills you. It’s not like you just say, ‘Oh, I’m really depressed and crying.’ I always had a really hard time figuring out, ‘Am I doing enough? Do I look like I’m going to die?’ ”

Stewart, whose character Bella finds herself in a love triangle with Jacob (played by Taylor Lautner) and Edward (Robert Pattinson), says she struggled when she had to film a specific scene for the sequel New Moon.

“My favorite line in the book is when I have to say to [Jacob], ‘It’s him; it’s always been him!’ ” says the actress. “Yeah, it killed me. It killed me.”

“[New Moon] is very complicated,” adds Lautner, 17. “There’s a lot of heartbreak, there’s a lot of things going on.”

“Edward leaves at the beginning, [Bella] goes into this depression, I come to try and bring her out of it. Then I go through my own issues, and then she leaves me,” he reveals. “It’s all over the place.”

Yes, movie breakups are usually way more intense than real-life breakups. But everything in the Twilight series is way more intense than real life. And way more intense than many other books I’ve read, I might add. But, it’s a movie for cryin’ out loud! Isn’t Kristen Stewart supposed to be a professional actress? Aren’t these things really not supposed to affect her, as a person, so much? I’m glad to see that she’s so passionate about her character and really throwing herself into it. But, seriously. Get a grip.

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#1 RomanticFool on 08.27.09 at 6:19 pm

She makes weird comments ALL THE TIME. She dropped the f bomb in Entertainment Weekly 5 or 6 times for no reason. She made a comment about Taylor’s testicles. She said a bad word at her very first interview on set with Robert. She said bullsh*t at the press panel to Rob at Comic Con when he talked about the reason he looks down. She called the fans f***** psychos. She behaved rude, twitchy,insecure, interrupting, out of it, odd and looked SO bad. It was not just her hair cut. It is like she can’t turn off the character after 2 days of being off set. I don’t buy it. She is a lousy PR person and all the heavy lifting fell on Rob the first time and now Taylor has to be the spokesperson. Her performance is wooden and not that special. Over-rated and nasty girl.

#2 RomanticFool on 08.27.09 at 6:26 pm

The reason it bothered Kristen so much is that she is pining for Robert. He got over her and said in Nov.that he did not know whether he had a crush on her let alone may have faked the chemistry. He has just been a platonic friend to her. He likes her but knows she is way too troubled,way to mean (Rachelle Le Fevre said they bickered a lot) way to immature, tough and weird.

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