segunda-feira, 12 de novembro de 2012

Kristen Stewart cover girl of Backstage magazine

"With her new movie "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" set to hit theaters on November 16th, Kristen Stewart pitched in on promotions by covering the November 2012 issue of Backstage magazine.
Donning a green fedora, the 22-year-old actress sported the makings of a smile as she posed for the Blake Gardner shot front page while opening up about everything from being "creeped out" by "50 Shades of Grey" to her new film.
A few highlights from Miss Stewart's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Backstage!
Her thoughts on the "50 Shades of Grey" series:
"I've skimmed parts of it. When I read the first few pages describing her messy hair, I was like, 'This is so strange.' But it's just so raunchy! I mean, obviously, everyone knows that, but when I see people reading it on planes and stuff, I'm genuinely creeped out. Like, you're basically just reading porn right now! Get that blanket off your lap!"

On her "Twilight Saga" character Bella:
"Other people try to distance me from her, but not me, I’ve said it a hundred times before: I love Bella. If Edward and Bella switched places, he would be viewed as someone to admire, someone who just lays everything on the line. It takes such a strong person to completely subject yourself to something and give yourself over to something so wholly. It’s an equal relationship; they both give the same amount, so why is she condemned for it? I don’t get it."

On filming nude scenes for "On The Road:"
"I know it’s an odd thing to say, but it didn’t worry me. I really do love taking walls down. I didn’t want to hide, especially as Marylou—she’s the last person who would hide."

On why she likes giving interviews:
"Given that I can talk to a hundred or more people at a press junket, at some point there is going to be something brought up that makes me see things I never considered. It’s fascinating to talk to so many people about one of the most important things in your life."