Yesterday we got to see pics of Kristen Stewart in a sweet lil’ Louis Vuitton get-up while promoting The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 in Japan. I’ve been really impressed with Kristen‘s recent red carpet appearances, especially considering that we didn’t know, following her cheating scandal, whether or not she’d actually be on board for all this promotion. But she totally is– the rekindled romance with co-star Robert Pattinson could certainly be a factor– and she even went so far as to talk about her love triangle (the on-screen one, of course) while on the press tour. Click inside to learn more!
The HuffPost has the story:
Stewart’s now-infamous real-life love triangle with boyfriend Robert Pattinson and married “Snow White and the Huntsman” director Rupert Sanders might have given her some insight into her character Bella Swan’s love struggles. On screen, Bella feels for both vampire Edward Cullen (Pattinson) and werewolf Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner).
The 22-year-old actress discussed the topic of love triangles while promoting “Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2″ in Tokyo, Japan, on Wednesday.
“There were times when it was difficult to agree with every decision she [Bella] made, but at the same time it was always coming from such an honest place in her heart,” Stewart said. Later adding, “As a woman, I think that it’s really important not to discredit feeling. You say, ‘I don’t know why I feel it, but I do. And I’m gonna figure out why pretty soon.’”
“The whole love triangle thing… She needs Jacob in her life. He needs her in the same way,” Stewart said. “It’s not like an unbalanced thing. I think that they really offer each other so much. If you can get past conventions, and get past what everyone else is thinking, and have what you want, then you’re gonna be a much happier person.”
Now it’s easy to try to read into this and think about what it all means for Kristen Stewart‘s personal situation. But I really just like that Kristen‘s being professional and answering the important questions about the movie while on this press tour. I’m sure those interviewers on the red carpet have their own intentions, but Kristen sounds like she’s doing her job and getting on with things.
I’m also inclined to agree with her ‘recipe’ for happiness– I think getting past conventions and getting past what others are thinking can be key in living the good life. What do you guys think of Kristen‘s theories?