When Kristen Stewart was the first person to be admitted Evening, she had no idea exactly what life was changing. Stewart was already starting to make a name for herself in the industry working in such films Speak and Panic Room and though she was known, she was not at all famous. Fortunately, Stuart had no idea Evening or the four rows: New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn – Part 1, no Breaking Dawn – Part 2 she would make a house name for her.
Evening go on to become part of a huge film franchise that was popular with millions. Despite the rather bizarre narration, Edward and Bella’s love story would captivate audiences of all ages. It didn’t surprise anyone more than the main throw. Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner have all shared that they had little idea of how popular the films would be until they started pushing for the first film. In fact, both Stuart and Pattinson was like shooting the first film to shoot indie.
The ‘Twilight’ crew were very tight in the first film
The cast of Evening also has been told that it was a lot of fun to shoot the first film, in particular. With a large crew for the first film, many in the same age range, a set often felt like a sleep camp. Not only were the actors passionate about the story they were telling, but they also developed close relationships with each other and enjoyed each other’s company. But, of course this dynamic could not last forever.
As the Evening the franchise prospered and the main team gained more and more popularity, the dynamic of a set began to change. The team was not as close as they were when they shot the original film. Moreover, the way in which Pattinson, Lautner, and Stuart were treated was moved in a significant way. In an interview with Independent, Stuart recalled how superstition changed the way people and her constellations began to be treated.
Kristen Stewart revealed that people did not speak to the main team in later films
“On the Twilight sets, near the end, I found that people were no longer talking to us, which was strange,” said Stuart. “It was as if they were even told: ‘Hey, leave them alone. If you don’t have a reason to talk to them, don’t just go up with them. ‘And I hate that. Don’t defend me, I’m fine, it seems, now you just completely separate me, so thank you. And then it makes them seem like you’re the one who might say that people, who seem to represent me, never. That ‘s the scariest idea that will happen without my knowledge, but I’m sure it is. Just bothering me. ”
It is interesting to see how fame influenced the dynamics of the nan set Evening movies. We would be curious to find out if the main team went out of their way to talk to people after they noticed a movement. However, considering that it has been years since the last film was filmed, we doubt it makes much of a difference anymore.