Kristen on Breaking Dawn future
Kristen Stewart has said the future of fourth Twilight movie Breaking Dawn is "up in the air".
Asked about reports that she, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are not yet signed up to star in the last Twilight movie, she said: "We're all definitely on board to do Breaking Dawn, but what's up in the air at the moment is whether it's going to be one or two films and at the moment we still don't know."
The teen heroine was also asked about her upcoming independent movies, one about The Runaways and one in which she plays a stripper.
She said: "They're both rated R so if you're a Twilight fan and you're under 18, I'm sorry. But I don't know - actors never start acting so they can find one character and become famous for it."
Kristen said it was "awesome" to be voted Orange Rising Star at the Baftas by Twilight fans, but pointed out she had to be picked as a nominee by the Bafta selection board in the first place.
The 19-year-old actress said she felt "a little overwhelmed" when asked if she'd be partying to celebrate her win, and said she felt like she needed to chill out rather than consider going to a party.
Speaking about heroes she had encountered at the awards ceremony, she revealed: "I'm sitting right behind Kate Winslet and every time that she turns round I wish that I did not exist or was in a different room or different chair. Some people do make you feel like you don't want to exist, but I love her."