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Rachelle Lefevre Praises Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's Humility

September 19, 2009 06:25:37 GMT

Rachelle praises Robert and Kristen who manage to stay to their root and remain humble though they have become famous actors since starring in "Twilight".


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Starring together with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in hit vampire drama film "Twilight" and its highly anticipated sequel "The Twilight Saga's New Moon", Rachelle Lefevre knows for sure the on-screen lovers do not change due to their sudden rise of fame. Speaking of the stars' humility, the depicter of vampire Victoria said at the Entertainment Weekly and Women In Film pre-Emmy party in L.A. on Thursday night, September 18, "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," continued Rachelle. "If you can weather the fire and come out on the other side and you're still recognizable to everybody who knew you before, I think that's indicative of a larger grace."

During the same event, Rachelle also talked about losing her role in the forthcoming "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse" to actress Bryce Dallas Howard. "I was devastated and I was shocked," she admitted before then adding, "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."

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by sara on Apr 30, 2010
Im happy for but i still cant belive she lost her part as victoria that was unfair to not keep her as victoria.
posted by Smiley on Sep 20, 2009
i'm happy for her, but i still can't believe she lost her role as victoria. that was blatantly unfair, to not keep her as victoria.oh well. welcome to hollywood.
posted by Italian Japaanese Ba on Sep 19, 2009
Well good for her!

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