Kristen Stewart Dishes On Her Role In ‘SWATH’, On the similarities and differences between Snow White and Bella Swan

On what she loves most on playing Snow White: "It’s strange playing a character that you actually could never truly embody. I can’t have Snow White’s affect on people. I can’t actually be completely selfless because nobody is. You can only really play a character like that in a fairytale and play it with an awful load of integrity and not have it just be like a fake character in a movie with other people that do seem real. She’s a very fully formed but very farfetched from the reality that we live in type of person. She also is strong in a very different way than you’d expect like bullying a person in an action-type adventure movie."

On the similarities and differences between Snow White and Bella Swan: "Bella and Snow White are slightly… they both come to find that they’re leaders. That’s definitely a similarity. They’re different. They’re very, very, very different people. Both of them are sort of a little more intuitive and spiritually, for whatever reason, connected, and their gut is always sort of dead right."

On wearing costumes with armor: "Somehow she manages to make puffy sleeves look butch. I was really happy that she's got something heavy on—a bit of armor before she actually finds her own armor. Yeah. The first thing you wanna do is [hits chest and screams]. There's something kind of dainty about it, too. It fits a woman's body better, I feel. I don't know, the guys running around suddenly look like little toys—slightly feminine little toys."


Here is the Interview with teenvogue.com.

Is there something you really admire about Snow White? 

Yes. It's strange playing a character that you could never truly embody. I can't have Snow White's effect on people. I can't actually be completely selfless because nobody is. You can only really play a character like that in a fairytale and play it with an awful lot of integrity. 

She's a very fully formed but "very farfetched from the reality that we live in" type of person. She also is strong in a very different way than you'd expect.

Do you mean the strength of character? 

I mean, like she's strong. She can kick ass. But you're not watching going, "Yeah! Kill him!" 

Really, it's more like you're watching someone having to do something that doesn't just go against your sensibilities or that you agree with. It's gutting. 

Do you like that she's not like your prissy fairytale? 

She is prissy sometimes. It takes her the whole movie to become who I'm talking about now. It's a total identity movie, all about not finding yourself, but actually just being okay with who you know you always have been. It's an enormous burden and she's so stunted. She was put away when she was seven years old and her mother and father were killed basically right in front of her and we're not doing the version of a fairytale where you just sort of skim over those things. 

She literally bleeds for her land and her people, and that's a cool concept for me because it's other people caring about people. Every day you see people not caring about each other, and this is just about that. 

She's a very fully formed but "very farfetched from the reality that we live in" type of person. She also is strong in a very different way than you'd expect.

Does she learn to be a leader or is she born a leader inside?

She's definitely a born leader. It's literally pumping through those veins, but it's been taken from her


Is it helping you to wear these cool costumes? 


Absolutely. If you look down and something doesn't feel like you would definitely be wearing it or if you go to grab your knife and it flops around... I also have puffy sleeves. Somehow she manages to make puffy sleeves look butch. I was really happy that she's got something heavy on—a bit of armor before she actually finds her own armor. 

How did you feel the first time you put on the armor?

Yeah. The first thing you wanna do is [hits chest and screams]. There's something kind of dainty about it, too. It fits a woman's body better, I feel. I don't know, the guys running around suddenly look like little toys—slightly feminine little toys.



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