For those who aren't into sparkling vampires, just keep repeating to yourself: "The last Twilight opens on November 16th and then it's over." Also, it's probably best you don't watch any entertainment shows on TV this week as they're sure to be filled with Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 cast members promoting the film series' finale. Among those out on the publicity tour is Kristen Stewart, Twilight's 'Bella' - a newly made vampire mom. And during the final LA press conference for the last Twilight film, Stewart explained how she has mixed feelings about putting the series behind her.
"I'm so happy that the story is told. You have no idea. Usually, you've got five weeks or five months to look at a schedule and go, 'That day is coming up. Now that day is coming up.' We had five years. The fact that this thing is out and it's not weighing on us anymore, I'm super excited about that. But I don't want it to sound like I'm excited just to be done with the experience because to be honest it's such a particular tone. You do reshoots, conversations with past directors, it just falls right back into that. It's a feeling and I will definitely miss that, but again I feel like it's not going anywhere," explained Stewart. "Anytime something's brought up or you see someone... I mean, it is sad. It is strange, but it's normal. Things shouldn't stay stagnant. You've got to move on."
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