Even with one enormous summer blockbuster a week away from release, Kristen Stewart excitedly discussed the conclusion to the "Twilight Saga" at a MTV Movie Awards Sneak Peek Week event for "Snow White and the Huntsman."
"Breaking Dawn - Part 2," which won't hit theaters until this November, surely ranks among one of the most anticipated films of the year, and Stewart counts herself among those eager to see the finale. "I'm excited. I have to see it done," she told MTV News' Josh Horowitz. "I haven't seen it. It's a big deal."
The story for the final "Twilight" will take the story in an intriguing different direction as Bella adjusts to life as a new mom and a new vampire, no longer the plain Jane every-girl. Stewart told MTV News that the change makes for a surprisingly different movie experience.
"It's so bizarre, the tone change. You've always been behind her. You've always been using her. She's how you see that world," she said. "Now that her perspective has completely changed, it's like 'Where am I?' It's really cool. I, myself, am still a little bit shell-shocked. It's not like sitting down and watching a 'Twilight' movie." From the sounds of it, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" will likely have more than a few award-worthy moments, much like "Part 1". Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson will be returning to the MTV Movie Awards, airing this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET, to defend their long-running legacy as the Best Kiss champions, along with several other nominations for "Breaking Dawn - Part 1".