For starters, we asked Stephenie her standout memories of the “Twilight” cast. “One of the first is when I first visited the set and I went out to dinner,” she began. “I hadn’t met anyone in the cast. They were coming from dinner and they were delayed. They came straight from a gallery shoot where they were all in character costume, make-up… the whole bit. So the first time I met them, they were dressed up like my imaginary friends. That’s not something you get every day.”
She continued: “With Kristen (Stewart), it’s hard to pick [a best memory]. The one I think of first is filming the wedding scene. It took a really long time and it was freezing cold. A lot of the time, we were holed up in the garage of a house that we weren’t shooting in so we had all the gear there. Kristen was in her wedding dress—this really beautiful, satin gown that fitted her perfectly. She was very tired.” The actress was “just so funny,” the 39-year-old novelist said. “It was near the very end and she was just realizing that this was it, this was the wedding. It was just fun, kind of relaxing in those circumstances. That is memorable for me.”
Have you ever been mistaken for another celebrity in public?
Kristen Stewart, all the time.
So what happens? Have you ever thought about just rolling with it and being like "Yeah, I’m Kristen, what’s up?"
I have been recognized for her on the street, and I've just gone ahead and signed her name. I've been like "You know what, whatever, I'm just gonna sign her name," because the person was so crazy excited and so I decided to just go along with it.
How often does that happen? A lot?
No, I've only done it once. Usually I'll be like "Oh, I'm sorry to disappoint you! You actually wouldn't know who I am, but whatever, I can totally pretend to be her!"
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