Kristen Stewart Is 'F---ing Proud' of 'Twilight' But Gets Why People Hate It

Kristen Stewart still loves "Twilight," but she might be starting to understand why people hate it.

In a chat with Interview magazine, Stewart opened up about the roles that she takes, and how seriously she takes them. According to Stewart, she doesn't think that she was being any less of a "serious actor" while she was doing the (admittedly often ridiculous) "Twilight" movies.

"I'm always asked about what type of things I want to do, and if I make decisions based on my last project," Stewart said. "Say I do a big franchise movie about a vampire that falls in love with a normal girl. It's like, 'Now do you want to show them that you can be a real, serious actor?' It's like, 'Was I not being a real, serious actor?'"

Stewart noted that the "Twilight" series "wasn't entirely cohesive" and that, as a result, it's "hard to generalize about it as a whole." The tone of the films does shift a bit from the original "Twilight" to the later "Breaking Dawn" movies.

However, Stewart does maintain that the "intention is so f--king pure in a weird way" in how the movies were presented.

"Anybody who wants to talk s--t about Twilight, I completely get it," Stewart said, "but there's something there that I'm endlessly, and to this day, f--ing proud of. My memory of it felt—still feels—really good."