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"He's a hunk, the sort of guy that makes any girl feel good.He's intelligent, he's modest, and - whatever else people say about our relationship - he's my best friend." He too has been equally descriptive about the depth of their friendship.The movie has made £93million in seventeen days in the US, and will be released in the UK on December 19.This week the director of the film, Catherine Hardwicke, announced that she won't be back to direct the sequel, saying she could not commit to 2009/2010 release date.Though Pattinson has previously said he’s done with the franchise, Stewart’s behind-the-scenes role in judging the shorts has us hopeful she could pop-up in front of the camera too.Stewart and Pattinson’s undeniable chemistry definitely lent itself to the story’s big screen success.The pair became close during the subsequent filming of the movie, but Kristen was dating another actor, Michael Angarano.
"We know what each other is thinking and we have been very close for a long time.
This comes just after the film's US release set a new record for the biggest opening weekend for movie directed by a woman.
A replacement has not been named for the sequel, but the cast (including gorgeous Robert) will return.
But Hardwicke was having a tougher time finding her Edward and is said to have even enlisted the help of Stewart in her vampire hunt." data-reactid="19"In late 2007, Stewart had already been selected to play the part of Bella by first "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke -- who had also helmed '70s-set beach-skateboard flick "Lords of Dogtown" (2005).
Hardwicke had been tipped off by one of her "Dogtown" actors, Emile Hirsch, to Stewart's talent.