Kristen Stewart arriving at LAX (January 12th)
“The strangest part about being famous is you don’t get to give first impressions anymore. Everyone already has an impression of you before you meet them.”
“It’s a pretty fucking odd thing to want to pretend to be another person”
“Hes intelligent, he’s modest, and - whatever anything else people say about our relationship - he’s my best friend.”
“On the one hand I have very traditional values: I’m looking for love and want a baby one day. On the other hand, I have a secret and rebel side, that I maybe took from an Australian mom who handed down to me the love for adventure and freedom. And sometimes I feel a bit offbeat.”
"I don’t expect to seem cool to everyone; nor do I want to be. I think that’s the opposite of the definition of cool. So I don’t care at all."
"You end up staying up all night and then screwing your morning the next day because you need time to yourself."
”It’s not a terrible thing if you’re either loved or hated, but honestly, I don’t care ‘cause it doesn’t keep me from doing my shit. And I apologize to everyone for making them so angry. It was not my intention“
How intense was the shooting of On The Road?
Kristen: It truly was the most absolutely loaded, richest, craziest, wildest time I ever spent on a set. It didn’t feel like we were doing a movie. We had the chance to spend four weeks in a boot camp before the shooting. It helped us to know each other, to feel comfortable. Though I wasn’t there as long as I wanted to, we were exhausted. We didn’t sleep – ever. I don’t know how we did some of those scenes … Sometimes, if you’re really into something, you cannot sleep and be very happy with that. Walter wanted us to stop thinking about our acting. It really felt spontaneous, like On The Road should always feel. Our trip would have been worth doing even if we weren’t filming it. The conversations that we shared, the poems that Garrett wrote …