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Robert Pattinson,Stewart have stayed to their roots: Co-star

Rachelle Lefevre believes that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have managed to stay connected to their root despite their fame.

Written by Agencies | Los Angeles |
September 20, 2009 1:16:12 pm

Rachelle Lefevre,who plays the revenge seeking vampire Victoria in ‘Twilight’s New Moon’ believes that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have managed to stay connected to their root despite their fame.

Lefevre,who returns as the main enemy in the second movie,says that on-screen lovers have not changed due to their sudden fame as global heartthrobs following the success of the vampire romance,Ace Showbiz reported.

“The thing that was most striking for me was the way in which they didn’t change. When you go from being a relative unknown to being a success overnight,you definitely grow in leaps and bounds,” Lefevre said.

“If you can weather the fire and come out on the other side and you’re still recognisable to everybody who knew you before,I think that’s indicative of a larger grace.”

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The actress also revealed that she was “devastated” to lose her role in ‘Eclipse’ to actress Bryce Dallas Howard.

“I was devastated and I was shocked. But the truth is I am grateful for the Twilight franchise. I’m grateful for the doors that it opened to me. I love my cast. And I think New Moon is going to be great,” she added.

Lefevre’s character Victoria returns in the second movie to kill Bella Swan (Stewart),who is responsible for the death of her mate James.

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