Kristen Stewart at Comic-Con: 'Twilight' actress has message for fans
The "Twilight" stars are attending what may be their final appearances at the annual San Diego Comic-Con event as a cast this week and Kristen Stewart has something she wants to say to her fans.
"I always say the same thing, man - I literally just would like to say that I want to say 'Hi' too," she told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "You know what I mean? I don't feel like I'm some different level. We share something. To thank them even is odd because now I'm like taking credit for something. It's just cool that we get to do this together."
The "Twilight" films enjoy a cult following, especially online, and have made main stars Stewart and Robert Pattinson and the other cast members international stars. The actors have often expressed gratitude to their millions of fans.
The close-knit "Twilight" community recently suffered a tragic loss when one "Twi-Hard" was killed while crossing the street to try and secure a place in line for Comic-Con. She was mourned on Twitter by several actors, including Ashley Greene and Nikki Reed.
"Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," the final installment in the hit vampire romance saga, hits theaters on November 16. Stewart's character, Bella, is a vampire, having been turned into one by her husband Edward, played by Pattinson, to save her life after she gives birth to their daughter, Renesmee. She is all grown up in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" and is played by 11-year-old Mackenzie Foy.
"It is strange to do something for such an extended period of time and then let it go when it's been so close to you and something that's really like ... our jobs very uniquely are tied very closely to our lives," Stewart said. "It's something that really, really matters to our souls, as totally pretentious as that sounds."
"This is the closer," she added. "The whole point is that they're settled. Everything we've strived for, everything we've fought for, worked for, they're finally able to have it and it's the most amazing, beautiful experience to watch them just relax, finally, for once."Reporting by George Pennacchio of KABC Television, which produces the entertainment show "On The Red Carpet" (check for local TV listings).