On May 9 [Kristen Stewart] will come [to Paris] with Charlize Theron to present Rupert Sanders’ Snow White and the Huntsman “in theaters scheduled for June 13.”
“Universal Pictures France has just announced that Charlize Theron and Kristen will be in Paris on May 9 for a press junket (interview series) for Snow White and the Huntsman.”
No premiere, fan events, etc. Just press.
Translation (via RPLife):
Full Interview (via RPLife):
Xavier: The wedding scene, did it make you want to get married?
Xavier: In the movie, there’s this incredible scene where you perform a c-section with your teeth, don’t you?
Xavier: You’re doing it with your teeth.Rob: Oh yeah, definitely. Xavier: In French we call that a ‘cesarienne’.
Xavier: What’s really strange is that despite being married, Edward always looks reclusive and misunderstood. Is he like you?
Rob: I guess he looks a little bit like me, I mean I look like a husband that’s been married for 40 years.
Xavier: What do you have that is vampire like in real life?
Rob: Nothing. I mean, I guess.. Cause I’m not really playing a vampire. I’ve always been told that I was playing a vampire but I‘ve always felt like playing a young person with a lot of problems. That’s how I always interpreted it. So I guess a lot of those, a lot of those translated into real life. But being actual vampire like, like wanting to kill people. No.
Xavier: So it’s the cinema that makes you appear as a vampire?
Rob: Hum, I hope so. It’s a very complicated industry. So however long … I love it when I’m still getting jobs. It’s completely unexpected after Twilight is not done.
Xavier: After four years of Twilight, you have to stop pretending to be 17. Is it scary?
Rob: I think it gets, It’s more scary when I have to still be 17 when I’ll be 26 next year. You see yourself in the movies and you’re like, you have wrinkles. I don’t know how much longer I could play 17. I could still play 17 when I was 21 but I’m coming at the age when I definitely can’t play it anymore. It’s definitely the end of my youth.
Xavier: It’s the end of your youth. Did this movie help you grow?
Rob: Yeah, definitely. In a strange way, I mean I’d love to have been able to do, to experience more things without being observed so much. But I’ve done things hardly anybody people my age have done so…It’s been an incredible life so far.
Xavier: Last question; is it true that you like Michel Houellebecq?
Rob: Yeah, definitely. I was supposed to meet up with him the last time I was in Paris and then I couldn’t do it but yeah, he’s one of my favorite writers.