Put down the flea collar; it's not as bad as it sounds.
In one of her more relaxed interviews, Kristen Stewart didn't talk about her Twilight saga costar Robert Pattinson, but she did tell Jay Leno about appearing at the Oscars, reconnecting with Panic Room costar Jodie Foster and the daunting task of learning the mannerisms of Joan Jett, the rock icon Stewart plays in The Runaways.
"You always feel the pressure," says Stewart. "It's, like, if I don't get every little thing right I'm going to kill myself. And we have very different tics. We're both, like, ridden with tics, but they're a completely different set of them."
Such as? "She's got a hunch," says Stewart, mimicking Jett's posture. "But a cool one."
Foster is no slouch, either. "I just saw her at the Oscars and it was really cool," said Stewart, who played Foster's child in the thriller. "She's like, You know, you could learn a thing or two from me. I think that we should maybe start hanging out."
Stewart laughed at the understatement. "I was like, 'Really?' I think I probably could."