Snippets from Interview with Dennis Hopper - yes that Dennis Hopper
She tells Hopper: 'I don’t talk to anybody about my personal life, and maybe that perpetuates (the attention), too.'
Due to fan attention and photographers, Stewart said she finds it hard to do what she wants to do and has become 'boring' because she spends so much time hanging out in her hotel room while she is filming the sequels.
She explained: 'I’d like to take more walks after work, instead of having to come back to my hotel room and not leave. So it can be boring. 'I don’t leave my hotel room - literally, I don’t.'
By her own admission, Stewart finds Twilight has begun to dominate her conversation and she fears she is boring friends with the vampire romance saga.
She said: 'The sad thing is that I feel so boring because Twilight is literally how every conversation I have these days begins - whether it’s someone I’m meeting for the first time or someone I just haven’t seen in a while.
Stewart says she is finally getting to understand the character of Bella better in the sequels, despite being disturbed by her obsessive love for Edward.
She said: 'I feel like I really know Bella now...
'You have to question their (Bella and Edward's) motivations - to watch two people so unhealthily devoted to each other.
'I stand behind everything that they do. I have to justify it in my mind, or else I couldn’t play the character. But they are definitely not the most pragmatic characters. 'The weirdest f**king themes run through this story - like dominance and masochism.'
Meyer's Twilight books have sold over 25million copies worldwide and a further 20million copies in the U.S. and have been translated in 37 languages.