Kristen Stewart: Love scenes don't need music
Kristen Stewart can't understand why the sounds she made during her Twilight love scene were drowned out by music.
The actress plays Bella in the popular vampire franchise. In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, Bella marries vampire Edward - played by Kristen's real-life boyfriend Robert Pattinson.
The honeymoon love scenes had to be shot sensitively, as the movies have a huge teenage following.
Although Kristen understands the sequence couldn't be too graphic, she wishes it had been sexier.
"It is a bit full on, but it's edited. I see scenes and think, 'Why is music playing over that? I was definitely making sounds and it could be so sexy and it's not,'" the actress told UK TV talk show host Graham Norton. "The ratings board breaks it down so technically and apparently thrusting is a huge problem for the children."
Kristen was on the TV show to promote her latest movie Snow White and the Huntsman, in which she plays the title heroine role.
Lily Collins recently starred in another Snow White film, but Kristen insists there was no rivalry between the pair.
"I'm actually really, really good friends with Lily and we found out we were in the movies around the same time and I promise we didn't want to kill each other," she explained. "It really wasn't a big deal. People try and pit us against each other, but I really like her - she's funny."
Meanwhile, images from Robert's new movie Cosmopolis have been released.
The racy pictures show the British hunk in a surreal scene where he has apparently had a threesome with himself and a pregnant brunette woman. There is also a shot of him slumped over a couch with a deep wound in his stomach.
He recently revealed that playing a womanising banker in the David Cronenberg-directed picture had given him a confidence boost.
"Filming Cosmopolis with David changed something in me. It gave me balls," he explained to Premiere magazine. "I have five projects lined up right now that follow the path that movie opened for me. Before, I spent my time doubting myself.
"As soon as I read a script I liked, I was working myself up, asking myself if I was good enough. Now, I tell myself, 'F**k it! If they want to hire you, go!'"
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