Kristen Stewart isn't too upset about the 'Twilight Saga' coming to an end as the actress reportedly feels as if she is “ready” to say goodbye to the character, Bella Swan, that projected her to mega stardom.
After five movies, the Vampire saga comes to an end this November with 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' but don't expect tears from the brunette as she is “perfectly fine” with it all coming to a close.
She told Total Film it was both sad and liberating for to see the end of the franchise: “Fleetingly sad and maybe then once or twice after. Like when you suddenly smell something that reminds you of being on set.”
“But it's not sad in between those moments, because I feel like no stone was left unturned.”
She added: “I'm ready to say goodbye. I'm perfectly fine. Once the story has been told, you feel like you've done all you can do. It's pretty easy to walk away. It's not like it's going anywhere. This one's mine, forever.”
Since the completion of the final movie, Kristen's next two projects have been a step away from the teen movie with the adaptation of Jack Kerouac's 'On The Road' where she takes part in an on screen threesome and 'Snow White and The Huntsman' where Kristen played a warrior princess opposite Charlize Theron.
The break from 'Twilight' may also give the actress a chance to get away from the spotlight. Her relationship with co-star Robert Pattinson has been heavily scrutinised over the years and none more so than over the last few months after it was revealed she had cheated on him with 'Snow White' director Rupert Sanders.
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