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Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Breaking Dawn Part 2

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It's been nearly three years since the fifth and final installment of the Twilight franchise, Breaking Dawn Part 2, hit theaters. So, are we ready for Hollywood to throw Twilight into the recycling bin? Kristen Stewart, along with Twihards, might be game for some more of the vampire love story.

When Uproxx asked how she felt about a Twilight reboot, she first needed a bit of clarification. "Are they saying that they have to redo them? Like, we have to do them again?" the actress responded.

But for something down the line—and with a new cast—the star is totally open about the possibility. "I was so genuinely, heavily entrenched in that, and not in a way that felt like an obligation. Even though after the first one, which stood alone, it lasted a long time," she told the site while promoting American Ultra. "It's hard to speak to a five-year period in a few sentences, but I loved doing it. But that doesn't mean I want to keep doing it. But if other people? Yeah, sure. To be honest with you: I would be interested. I'd be kind of fascinated, but it wouldn't emotionally affect me one way or the other."

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Kristen does have a loyal fan base, but with fame—as every star should know—comes criticism. 

American Ultra co-star Jesse Eisenberg defended Stewart saying, "Anyone who works with Kristen or who makes movies or has an understanding of how they're done thinks she's one of the greatest actresses right now. People who write mean things are on the outside."

Eisenberg said of the criticism Stewart received for Twilight, "I think if you're in a really popular thing, it gives people license to criticize you. Not because of the thing for which they are criticizing you, which is not being good for whatever the person is doing in the thing, but just by virtue of that thing being very successful, and it's human instinct to take down that what is successful."

Stewart added, "I also feel that anything overtly popular in the United States feels entirely owned by the public, therefore if they don't deem it worthy, then they're like, "We put you here. And if you do not bend over and give us absolutely everything we want, then we need to let you know." They become vindictive. They're like, 'Excuse me…'"

The 25-year-old beauty had the last laugh, however, when she became the first American actress to win a César Award (the French equivalent of an Oscar) for her performance in Clouds of Sils Maria.