"The Breaking Dawn: Part 2" press tour is under way, and its stars are spilling on life, love and the end of the "Twilight Saga."
Asked if her perspective on fear and challenging herself has changed after playing the more physically demanding role of vampire Bella in the end of the series, Kristen Stewart says it's important to be "OK with your own fears."
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"I'm taking her with me," Stewart says of Bella. "I won't have to miss her...I don't feel like I have to come back and do something for her. It sounds weird, but I feel close to all the characters I've played."
Stewart deftly handled what could have been a few loaded questions from the mag. Asked if she thinks love changes over time, she says it depends.
"It's different for everyone. People are capable of living in different ways," she says.
15 a 20 also caught up with Robert Pattinson (and he made the cover), wondering of the soon-to-be erstwhile Edward Cullen whether doing "Twilight" has changed how he thinks about love.
"I haven't really thought about that," said the characteristically laid-back actor. "I don't think it's changed that much. I don't think the way you see it changes much. You make your decisions, and it depends on the person you fall in love with anyway."
"I'm still young," Pattinson said, asked if he has reflected much on the last four years. "I'm still trying to run my life, so there's not much time to reflect. I feel like someone just put me in charge of a train that is out of control, and I'm finally learning how to be in charge of it. It's hard to deal and accept what's happened."