‘Twilight’ Producers Say Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart Are Really Smart; The Stars Dislike ‘Twilight’
Producer Wyck Godfrey praised Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson for their career decisions after “Twilight” in an interview together with Marty Bowen recently. Why? Read on for more details.
When asked whether they still keep in touch with “Twilight” series stars, Godfrey said that they do. He praised the decisions that Kristen Stewart and Robbert Pattison made after “Twilight,” saying that “they’ve been really smart” in choosing directors and movies based on a movie itself and not the size of a movie.
“Kristen being the first American actress to win a Cesar was pretty ******* cool. And Rob’s just worked with a string of people you’d want to be on your filmography when you’re done,” Wyck told The Hollywood Reporter.
Marty Bowen and Godfrey were the producers of the successful “Twilight,” which had a total box office hit of $3.345 billion. However, despite the success that the film series had, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson had some painful and life-changing experiences.
Robert Pattinson And Kristen Stewart On Twilight: ‘Traumatic’, ‘Boring’
Kristen Stewart saw her “Twilight” career as somewhat traumatic for her, especially in her early 20s. And she said that it was in these traumatic times that made the feral in her start to arise.
Stewart also said that between ages 15 and 20, it was intense for her, which was during “Twilight.” She would reportedly grow anxious when something would not turn out the way she expected it to be. And when it happened, she would feel locked up or hindered in way that was weakening.
“I was constantly anxious. I was kind of a control freak,” Stewart told Marie Claire.
Robert Pattinson also shared his experience during “Twilight” days and he said that in order to make the Edward Cullen role a success, it required him a great deal of resources. He also implied that his role in the franchise was somewhat boring.
“I think Twlight’s probably the hardest part I’ve done because to do it for five movies, it’s really hard to think of stuff that’s maybe not boring. Especially if you don’t die,” Pattinson told The Guardian.
Though both may find “Twilight” traumatic or boring, it could not be denied that those days contributed to the celebrity status that they have now. Nevertheless, nothing could be sweeter for Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart than finding role that would truly satisfy them. Hopefully, they could.
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