For the very first time, Kristen Stewart candidly opened up about her fame, bad days, life after Bella Swan and of course, about her first love, Robert Pattinson.
She may be an A-List star, but the 25-year-old actress proved that she’s just like the rest of us when she opened up more about her personal life; thanks to her interview to promote her new sci-fi movie, “Equals.”
Stewart had a nice chat with Hollywood Reporter, and according to her interview, like us, she also had bad days, she still in love with Bella Swan’s character, and importantly, she still has remaining love for her first love, Robert Pattinson, who is set to get married to FKA Twigs.
Related to her new film “Equals” with Nicholas Hoult, which is about suppressing emotions and replacing it with an intellectual curiosity [their characters have SOS or Switch On Syndrome], Stewart revealed her real-life training in “turning off” her feelings and how her first love was all too close to the movie.
When she was asked on how she manages to repress her emotions for her role in the film, the actress simply responded that she completely relate to her character before adding that even in real life, she had to do that stuff a lot, in “an exceptional amount.”
Stewart said, “I know that feeling and that is so familiar to me to feel something so hard and have to go into work and say “Good Morning,” and not show emotions.”
However, Stewart never finds it difficult for her to do her own things, but she revealed that it has been difficult sometimes when people criticize her because she’s just being herself.
She added, “I think the only hard part of that for me is that I really love what I do and I love people and want to be good to people… I care more about staying true to myself.”
Moreover, when asked about her first love and if the movie made her remember Pattinson, Stewart said that it was totally one of the reasons why she was so intimidated by this film.
She further added that when Nick and she filmed the movie nearly a year ago, they were still so close with their first loves. “[because] I was like, ‘This is gonna hurt. I don’t want to think about all that.’ It was a painful movie to make in every way…It was exuberant, cathartic and at the same time almost too self-reflective. We would go home and be like, ‘We seriously need a drink. Let’s just stop thinking about everything. Let’s not talk. Let’s just take a walk,” reported Hollywood Reporter.
Meanwhile, although life for Stewart is really challenging these days, if given a chance, the actress will still choose to live the hard way than act without emotions.
Stewart said that the only way to be truly progressive and to truly move forward is to “not ignore your heart and your feelings.”
On the other hand, “Equals” had a worldwide premiered in Toronto on September 13.
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