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**UPDATE**And now thanks to fiercebitchstew we have the interview:
Kristen Stewart's body can tell a million stories. Kinetic, she jiggles, feints, and darts as she talks, hanging back, looking off to the side, signaling resistance, a combinative intelligence. "The word I always use for her is vulpine." says Jack Scott, who recently directed her in Welcome to the Rileys, in which she plays a teenage runaway and lap dancer. "Foxlike. She's got that way of moving and being that you often find in her performances, a sort of wiliness."
In other words, Stewart projects the kind of wary, rebellious edge that is so much more typical of her age group - she is 20 - than gleeful high spirits, which is problably one reason she is head and shoulders above her peers in Hollywood's power pyramid, and a director's darling. Scott heard about her from his friend Sean Penn after Penn cast her as the unmoored daughter of hippie parents in the memorable Into the Wild. "Sean said, 'You've gotta see this kid,' Scott recalls. "She's just so alive!" For Bill Condon, currently ensconced in a year's worth of filming for Breaking Dawn, the two-part finale of the mighty Twilight Saga, "Kristen was the top of my list of reasons to do this movie."\
On a fall weekend in a quiet, suburban part of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the town where the Breaking Dawn set is located (with much secrecy and heavy confidentialy agreements), Stewart, a slyph in tomboyish jeans and a lumberjack shirt, is moving around the kitchen of a friend's house, cracking her knuckles as she talks. She gets nervous dealing with the media - TV interviews in particular, she says, make her squirm - and she is sometimes accused of being downbeat and defensive in her public appearances, not least because she rarely smiles. She nurses some bad-girl career. "I choose things that are so overly ambitious, and if I can't do steff like that, I don't want to be doing this.", she says. Scratch the surface, however, and the attitude seems more about the passion and perfectionism she feels about her work and the opposite. "A compulsion absolutely fills you", she says of finding a good part, and admits that she sometimes has difficulty lettin go.
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