September 10, 2012 6:40 PM EST
Kristen Stewart Exposed on 'Elle' [PHOTOS]
Judging from all the photos of Kristen Stewart spread out on the web from her past appearances it looks as if the "Twilight" actress is doing great. In fact, Stewart admits she most definitely is. The "On the Road" actress opens up for the Canada issue of Elle Magazine.
Of the many things Kristen Stewart is known for, fans would always want more information on Stewart's biggest film project which is none other than "Twilight." Yet, while the end of the film series is inevitable, fans are still wondering how Stewart, the star of the films, would react to such end.
"Most projects I've been a part of were tiny. For Twilight, we had four years to fucking obsess-I mean solely and completely obsess-over this one project and be so indulgent," explained Stewart, adding,
The odd thing is that the reason you start a project is to finish it: You want that story told. But to have that [tension] last for four years is remarkable. So the relief that comes with it is even more palpable. [Twilight] is something I hold so close, I can't even tell you. Four years... that's high school, you know?"
With "Twilight" soon to be over, Stewart's film career still continues. In fact, Stewart had recently hit the Toronto Film Festival where the edgy and mature flick, "On the Road" had premiered. Joining Stewart in the film were Sam Riley and Garrett Hedlund. While Stewart's role might be shocking for a few, Kristen admitted it was quite fascinating for her.
"It's not so shocking to do drugs and have promiscuous sex anymore. It's not too shocking to see people naked. I hate to put it this way, but when I read the book I was 15, I think I was maybe a little more fascinated with pushing myself a little bit farther and being a bit of a rebel, or whatever at that age you do. You want to push yourself," explained Stewart.
Read more on Stewart's interview in the Canadian issue of Elle Magazine. As for Stewart's upcoming flicks, "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" hits theaters by November while "On the Road" is set for a December release.