November 21, 2009 05:08:56 GMT
Justine tells OK! Magazine in an interview that she thinks Charlie Bewley is cuter than the Edward Cullen depicter.
Notwithstanding Robert Pattinson's worldwide fame, his "The Twilight Saga's New Moon" co-star Justine Wachsberger doesn't think he is the cutest guy on the film's set. In an interview with OK! Magazine, she says "The guy I find the cutest is not Rob. It would be Charlie Bewley, who plays Demetri. He's part of the Volturi. He's just cute. He's this little British boy, who is in the same style as Rob, but I believe cuter."
Physical appearance aside, Justine in fact only has good words for the "Twilight" leading actor when it comes to his personality. "Rob is really nice. He really got into his character. Edward (Cullen) is part of him now, but he's really a gentleman, he's really sweet, he has great manners, he's funny, but he's shy," so she enthuses. "You would think that with the notoriety that he's gotten that he's pretty outgoing, but he's actually really shy but really nice and low-key."
Asked about Robert's on-screen lover Kristen Stewart, Justine raves, "She's cool. She's really cool. She's funny, down-to-earth. She talks a lot. She's not shy. She's awkward, like you would imagine her to be. That's how she portrays herself in the media, and I think she is like that, but in a good way. She's not an It Girl - I mean, she is an It Girl - but she's not one of those Hollywood types. She's really a cool girl."
Elaborating the word "awkward", the actress explains, "Not awkward, but when you see her, that's how she normally is. She's down-to-earth, she's not one of those girls who is trying so hard to fit in. She is who she is. She's saying 'you either like me for who I am, or you don't.' She doesn't fit into that Hollywood mold."
Telling all about what she has in mind regarding Robert and Kristen, Justine however doesn't give direct answer when asked if the rumored lovers really are dating. "They're definitely close," she muses. "They're really normal and down-to-earth. They don't think they're superstars or anything."