Almost ten years after the release of the last film “Twilight”, Kristen Stewart looked back on her performance in the saga. Currently in full promotion of her new film “Spencer” in which she plays Lady Diana, she said she was still embarrassed to see herself on the screen.
Twilight: Superstar Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart landed her first major film role in 2002 in Panic Room by David Fincher opposite Jodie Foster. An intense performance and magnetic when she was only 12 years old. But it was really seven years later that she reached the star status. Indeed, she plays Bella Swan in the film adaptation of Twilight. Like the novels, the films (five in total) are a huge success. The duo she formed with Robert Pattinson exploded in popularity scores with fans, and the two actors became superstars.
After Twilight, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have moved towards a more independent cinema. Their respective talents no longer need to be demonstrated, like their numerous collaborations with renowned directors. Recently, Stewart turned Spencer under the direction of Pablo Larrain. A biopic in which she plays Princess Diana, which could well earn her her first appointment at the Oscars. Robert Pattinson, meanwhile, was cast as the new dark knight in The batman by Matt Reeves which hits theaters in March 2022.
Kristen Stewart remembers her performance
Almost ten years after the release of the last film in the saga Twilight, Kristen Stewart, currently promoting Spencer, returned to his performance at the microphone of USA Today. While movies are as popular as ever, and cross the generations, the actress said she was still embarrassed to look at herself. But that she adored them:
I can’t believe movies are reaching a new generation already. When they are on TV I skip because I have the impression of seeing myself in high school. I’m not yet old enough not to be embarrassed, but I love these movies. They have touched a lot of people, and I am very happy that they continue to do so.