Wednesday, September 23, 2009

She's one Bella of a girl!

by Peter Lang

What lengths people will go to for love is but one of the story elements explored in the upcoming popular Vampire flick 'New Moon' the sequel to last year's teen romance-horror blockbuster Twilight.
When Bella Swan (played by Kristen Stewart) finds herself broken hearted following the departure of her vampire true love Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) she can think of only one thing.
To find a way to be with him forever!
She attempts suicide in an effort to move from the real world into the world of the living dead in the hope of becoming a vampire herself and joining her lost love.
A friendship with a family friend Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) however seems to awaken her out of her depression but then pulls her unexpectedly into the supernatural world of werewolves.
It all turns into a complicated love story of sorts but the emotional drain of playing a woman with a broken heart was not lost on the 19 year-old actress who told MTV in an interview recently that the emotional pain her character was in was ; "Like, she literally is going to die, she's going to stop eating and be done....Just like everything in our movie, it's such a heightened version of reality.
"It's like, people don't just break up - they break up and it literally kills you," Stewart explained.
Stewart, who rose to prominence as a teenager in the Jodie Foster hit movie Panic Room in 2002, admitted playing a heart-broken Bella Swan was the toughest thing she's ever had to do, acting wise, in her 10 years on the big screen.
Insiders who have seen rushes of the movie say the performance could even earn her an Academy Award nomination.
Hey, it's Hollywood...anything is possible and it's just another reason why fans can't wait until the movie opens on November 20.
View this exclusive E-NEWS interview with Kristen Stewart about her role in New Moon below.

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