Kristen Stewart Teases 'Enigmatic' Snow White Accent

'It's not so easy!' she tells MTV News of slipping into a British accent at 'Breaking Dawn' premiere.

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who has the best British accent of them all?

The answer could be Kristen Stewart, who plays the lead in director Rupert Sanders' "Snow White and the Huntsman," but you wouldn't know it based on the recently released trailer.

Though the Evil Queen played by Charlize Theron and "Thor" star Chris Hemsworth's titular huntsman get plenty of screen time in the new trailer, not a single word is uttered by Stewart, who spends all her screen time looking beautifully badass with swords, shields and armor aplenty. While we're guaranteed to hear her highly awaited British accent as Snow before the movie hits theaters next June, don't expect to hear it anytime soon.

Speaking with MTV News at the black-carpet premiere of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," Stewart refused to offer even a glimpse of what fans can expect from her fantasy character's alluring accent.

"I'm so enigmatic. You'll [have to] see," she teased about her Snow White voice. When pushed further, she tsk-tsked any possibilities of being put on the spot, joking: "It's not so easy! I would need to drop into character and I have no time to build!"

Earlier in the evening, Stewart's "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson commiserated with MTV News about not hearing his onscreen lover's British accent in the "Snow White" trailer.

"It's crazy," he said. "She's really good at it. She's really good. It was a bad decision on Universal's part."

With Stewart's full-on "Snow White" debut still ahead of her, there's no time like the present to focus on "Breaking Dawn." The glamorously dressed actress was asked what she'd miss the most about "Twilight" when looking back on these days 30 years into the future, and other than the obvious answer — "You," she joked with MTV News' Josh Horowitz — she admitted that it all comes down to the fans and the shared experience of working with the "Twilight" family.

"To be honest with you, I think I'm never going to [repeat this feeling]," she said. "One of the greatest things about my job is that you have ... this shared energy. You love something together. I'll never get that with so many people ever again. It really is like the most fueling, fulfilling thing."

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