Kristen Stewart thinks she's a little weird. The actress has worked flat out since 2004, with her appointment as Bella Swan in 2008's Twilight shooting her to super stardom. Kristen tends to make two to three films a year, meaning down time is never on the cards for the actress. This has led the 24-year-old to wonder if her chosen career choice has affected her sensibility.
'Most people who have that impulse are a little weird'
"I mean I've worked a lot. It's not like I've taken breaks. Most people live their lives happily, they find who they love, they do their jobs, they have families. The impulse to make stuff is not in everyone. And most people who have that impulse are a little weird and so they need to take care of themselves. It's like they're a little bit more sensitive of whatever," she mused to British magazine Loaded.
Kristen will next be seen in Still Alice opposite Julianne Moore, a story about the matriarch of a family receiving a devastating health diagnosis.
She also has three new films currently in production, including Equals opposite Nicholas Hoult and Guy Pearce.
As busy as her 2015 already is, Kristen has her sights firmly set on working with one of Hollywood's greatest directors on a big budget action flick.
"I'm definitely so grateful to have varied experiences but I love big American blockbuster movies. I think when you do them right, they're incredible. I grew up on them. I want to work with [Martin] Scorsese, I want to make big movies," she confessed.
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