Kristen Stewart, who is famed for her role as Bella Swan in“Twilight,” is over her past and has moved forward confidently. Stewart addressed about her past and all the rumours said that even if she is given a chance, she would not change anything, personally and professionally.
The 25-year-old actress Stewart has opened up about her choices and believes that everything had a positive influence on her. “It’s been hard, but obviously every step I have taken has led me to this particular spot”, reported News.
It has been three years to last “Twilight” movie to release but some or the other way Stewart has been in the gossip columns of the tabloid. Interviews are still hard for this beauty, but she is able to put herself as strong and confident women. She is very clear about not having regrets over her past and is very happy with her choices.
Stewart’s public breakup with Robert Pattinson over her scandalous affair with director Rupert Sander had raised many eyebrows, but even that could not break her. She believes she has moved along everything confidently. Stewart also thinks that she got lucky, professionally speaking.
“Still Alice” and “American Ultra” actress is not keeping with fake hopes. She realises that her career and movies can be huge or small, but that would not stop her from working on it.
“Right now, it’s on a huge, huge, crazy scale. But if it wasn’t, that would be fine,” adds Stewart.
Recently, Stewart has worked with Vin Diesel on Iraqi war drama of Ang Lee’s “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.” She is currently also working on untitled Kelly Reichardt project and an untitled project by Woody Allen.
In February, Stewart won the French Cesar award for her awesome portrayal in “Clouds Of Sils Maria” movie. She is currently the only American actor to have won this prestigious award.
Meanwhile, tabloids went crazy over her picture from walking around New York, smiling. When in talks with Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show,” she laughed off at this paparazzi news and said, “I can do it whether or not I smile at you,” reported Entertainment Weekly.