Kristen Stewart took a major turn from her role as Bella in the "Twilight" saga. She spoke with reporters at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival where she promoted her latest flick, "Clouds of Sils Maria." Find out what she had to say about Hollywood!
"You know, to make a movie is so ridiculous," Stewart admitted. "We're going to go film each other pretending to be other people so other people can watch us pretending to be other people?"
She then added, "It's insane, but if it's worth it and its saying something it can be transcendentally important."
Stewart plays an actress' assistant who helps her boss cope with aging in a young Hollywood atmosphere. She saw this as a great opportunity to do something different.
"It's interesting for me to play an actress' assistant who then comments on that world and how it works and how superficial it can be," Stewart explained.
The "Twilight" star's ex and co-star Robert Pattinson attended Cannes as well, promoting "Map to the Stars" and "The Rover."
He opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about Stewart and coping post-split.
"Oh yeah," he happily answered when asked if he talks to his ex.
The "Cosmopolis" actor is focusing on happiness and enjoying a simple life now.
'I did some interview a while ago, and it sounds like I'm a manic-depressive about to kill myself. And I'm like, "No I'm not!"' Pattinson explained.
The pair split for good seven months ago, stemming from Stewart's brief affair with "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders. She offered a public apology, in the same breath admitting for the first time they were a couple.
'I'm deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I've caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected," Stewart wrote.
"This momentary indiscretion has jeopardised the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob. I love him, I love him, I'm so sorry."
We love to see these two branch out and try new things, but we hope they wind up together. Do you agree? Let us know why or why not below.
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