Kristen Stewart Opens Up About Fame and New Moon
"A lot more is introduced, like the world of the werewolves comes alive, and the second movie is much more quaint," she says of New Moon. "Edward leaves [Bella], which is interesting, considering the first movie is based entirely on their devotion to each other. So to see them cope without each other and to see this character, Jacob, who is supposed to represent light and warmth. He pulls her out of a rut that's seemingly impossible. And it's really tragic. There is actually a lot more to work with. The first one was good because it was ultimate love and abandon, and that's good, but it's also kind of one-note. Now it's a different story."
As for the world's new interest in every move she makes, Kristen says that she's not harassed by the paparazzi as much as you would think. "[It's] not on a day-to-day basis," she says. "It's only like at press junkets and things like this that you have to watch what you say. But really people don't really recognize me often. I think I just look different in person or something. I'm also not very approachable, and maybe they're just like 'Ooohhh, she's scary!'"
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