Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are talking about their personal lives while on the “Breaking Dawn 2” promotional tour. Instead of keeping their interviews all business, E News on Wednesday, October 25, 2012 reports the two are talking about where they are today after the movie’s done in both their careers and their relationship. Robert compares his life recently to a “train out of control,” and taking “charge” of it is something he’s learning to do.
Kristen is keeping her character Bella with her; she didn’t leave her behind when the “Twilight” movies ended filming. Kristen said:
“I’m taking her with me,” Stewart says of Bella. “I won’t have to miss her…I don’t feel like I have to come back and do something for her. It sounds weird, but I feel close to all the characters I’ve played.”
When asked if she thinks love changes over time, Kristen said that it depends and went on to say:
“It’s different for everyone. People are capable of living in different ways.”
The Mexican magazine 15 a 20 interviewed Kristen and Robert on separate occasions, according to E News. One thing that does seem to be different about Robert is he has the tendency to open up a little more than he has in the past about his personal life. Both Kristen and Robert were notorious for keeping their private lives out of the public light in the past.
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Robert said something very interesting that seems to reflect the aftermath of the ordeal he’d just come through with Kristen. Both these “Twilight” stars were handed loaded questions by the people who interviewed them and they did a good job at addressing the topics.
Robert at one point referred to his life as a train that is somewhat out of control. When asked if the “Twilight” role of Edward has changed his outlook on love, he replied:
“I haven’t really thought about that, I don’t think it’s changed that much. I don’t think the way you see it changes much. You make your decisions, and it depends on the person you fall in love with anyway.”
Robert was asked if he’s reflected much over the last four years and he said:
I’m still young. I’m still trying to run my life, so there’s not much time to reflect. I feel like someone just put me in charge of a train that is out of control, and I’m finally learning how to be in charge of it. It’s hard to deal and accept what’s happened.”
Could Robert’s candid answer suggests he’s having a tough time accepting the betrayal handed to him by Kristen, but he’s getting through it? His answer of “It’s hard to deal and accept what’s happened” is an honest statement that anyone that’s suffered a betrayal can relate to. Of course you can connect these words to other aspects of his life, but “accept what’s happened,” definitely sounds like he’s talking about accepting the betrayal he just went through.
Reference: E News