Kristen Stewart Says 'Breaking Dawn' Script Is 'Really Good'

It's the beginning of the end for the "Twilight Saga." Okay, we may be getting a bit ahead of ourselves seeing as there's more than a year until "Breaking Dawn: Part 1" hits theaters, but with production set to begin in November, it's hard not to get a bit wistful. When we caught up with leading lady Kristen Stewart while promoting her upcoming movie "Welcome to the Rileys," she shared the sentiment.

"It's odd because [going back to set] feels the same, yet it's different because we all know that it is over," Kristen said. "It's so not over yet, either. We have the hugest job that we've had almost like all along."

Other than the fact feathers are definitely included in "Part 1," Kristen didn't give too many plot details away—even though she, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner have done a complete script read-through of the first installment.

"To be honest, [the script is] never very striking, only because I know it," Kristen said. "You read it until you get to the last page just hoping that it doesn't let you down, going, 'Okay yeah, yeah, yeah, that's what I got too, mm hmm, that's what I got.' It's really good. It's like, I don't know, it's very solid."

With the read-through behind her, Kristen is relieved, knowing what to expect over the next few months. "Basically we know exactly how the book is going to find itself now. We know all the lines, we know every scene that's been pulled," she said. "It's always scary when you don't know what parts they're going to think are important, because sometimes you have a different idea."

With that stamp of approval, we can't help but be even more excited for November 2011!

What parts of the book do you think Melissa may have cut? Do you feel more relieved to know Kristen likes the script?