Kristen Stewart, sporting a lighter shade for her locks due to filming her new movie On The Road, was spotted outside the Ed Sullivan Theatre for The Late Show With David Letterman.
Watch video of Kristen arriving at The Late Show after the the jump.
Recently, Stewart sat down with Film.com for an in-depth interview about her character Bella, her thoughts on the Twilight Saga, what’s great about Eclipse and how she’ll feel once it’s all over.
On Bella’s traits: “She’s definitely not naggy but she tries so hard not to be sometimes. I think sometimes, ‘Why don’t you just let yourself be?’ I think she picks at herself too much, but I can relate to that. I always say my favorite thing about her is that she screws up a lot and doesn’t care and is like, ‘This is the way that life is, and I’m young and I’m going on with it.’”
On kissing Jacob in Eclipse: “I guess one of the most challenging scenes would probably be kissing Jacob for real, finally for the first time and seeing that there was a different road to go down that was desirable as well. She’s got such tunnel vision, that Edward is the only thing for her – that’s a strange perspective. Then I have to go in and talk to Edward about it, and it’s such a different dynamic than we’ve ever had. It was a different Bella. I had never had to play somebody who would’ve done stuff like that, so that was hard. And I was nervous as hell.”
On the end of the Twilight saga: “I get to play her for a really long time, and that’s also a serious indulgence, and something that’s really lucky, because I feel really sad when I lose a character at the end of a short shoot. Which is typically six weeks on a small movie, which is what I’m used to…This was a part that I just really wanted to play, and luckily I got to do it for a really long time.”