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Kristen Stewart, INTERVIEW

Courtesy Interview/Steven Klein

The days of Twilight are long gone for Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, but just because they're over doesn't mean they're forgotten.

Stewart, who played the lead in the young adult series film adaptation (like we could forget Bella Swan), has since moved on with other hard-hitting roles, but she dishes to Interview magazine (by way of Patti Smith) that those movies remain an extremely important part of her life.

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

Thank goodness she has no regrets about it, because we certainly don't either! #TeamEdwardForLife.

Kristen Stewart, INTERVIEW

Courtesy Interview/Steven Klein

In fact, she explains that every movie she has ever worked on, including those four Twilight installments, has shaped who she is today. But she doesn't like it when people start to look at each of her roles individually because all of them have affected her.

"People are always comparing s--t. Like, comparing Twilight to things and trying to figure out why I've made certain decisions that I've made, and I always say every single moment that has led me to this moment has made me who I am," she says to Smitih. "Every movie that I've done, they don't stand independently from one another because a little bit of me is in every single one of those, and it's part of my own personal growth."

Kristen Stewart, INTERVIEW

Courtesy Interview/Steven Klein

Although The Runaways actress has become well known for her awkward interviews, she confesses to the mag that she made up her mind about becoming an actress when she was just a little kid! Her parents both work in the film industry as members of film crews. Despite the downsides of fame, she says she doesn't regret any of it.

"Well, I'm sitting back and enjoying the benefits of a decision that I made when I was a person who I can still relate to but am not anymore," she said.

The 24-year-old actress has already had a pretty big year, as she has received a 2015 César Award nomination for her supporting role in the indie flick Clouds of Sils Maria (the Césars are the French equivalent of the Academy Awards). She is the first American actress in 30 years to receive such a coveted nod!

The 2015 César Awards will take place Feb. 20 in Paris, two days before this year's Oscars.

Kristen Stewart, INTERVIEW

Courtesy Interview/Steven Klein

Kristen Stewart, INTERVIEW

Courtesy Interview/Steven Klein