That's according to Kristen Stewart. Here's what she has to say:
While making the first movie, Summit kept urging Stewart and Pattinson to ease up on the teenage angst. Now Stewart's diving headlong into heartache. She says she reached her breaking point one long, cold night in the forest while filming the pivotal scene where Edward abandons her. ''Before the scene, I was sitting in my car, like f---ing crying — crying so hard you can't breathe,'' she says. ''Because I was really overwhelmed and intimidated by the scene. Everyone says, 'She better be able to pull off the emotion in this movie!' And it's such an important moment in the book, when he leaves.'' The scene exhausted her. ''I'm thinking, 'We have to be done now,''' she remembers. '''Just tell me we're done.'''
Despite the heavy emotional weather in New Moon, director Weitz remained calm and contemplative, as different from the driven, frenetic Hardwicke as Jacob is from Edward. On particularly tough days, Weitz wore a shirt bearing the WWII British propaganda slogan ''Keep Calm and Carry On.'' Sometimes he'd sit in the director's chair and read sci-fi novels while the crew readied the next shot. ''[Making Twilight] was much more of a fight,'' says Stewart. ''Everyone was a little more scared. We needed to make something commercial but stay true to the book. We didn't have as much money. It was all very impulsive, and that's what I love about that f---ing movie.''
She pauses. ''But I think New Moon is gonna be even better.''
Thar's just the part where she mentions Rob. If you want to read the full article head over to EW.com