How can a day on set with Robert Pattinson be anything but pleasant? When one is shooting such emotionally draining material that it tears one up inside.
Indeed, in an interview with MTV this week, Kristen Stewart opens up about the difficulty of filming New Moon, referring to it was "the one book in the series that I was intimidated by — in a good way."
"That's the best feeling to start a movie with," she said. "But probably, my favorite line in the book is when I have to say to [Jacob], "It's him; it's always been him!" Like, I have to say that. Yeah, it killed me, it killed me."
Stewart continued, trying to explain her feelings:
"Just like everything in our movie, it's such a heightened version of reality. It's like, people don't just break up [in the "Twilight" films] — they break up and it literally kills you."
Taylor Lautner also chimed in, dubbing New Moon as "very complicated."
"There's a lot of heartbreak, there's a lot of things going on. Edward leaves at the beginning, she goes into this depression, I come to try and bring her out of it. Then, I go through my own issues, and then she leaves me. It's all over the place."
Fans will gain a greater understanding when the film opens on November 20. For now, click on the following images from it: