The actress, who shot naked for the first time, has recently told that it wasn’t a nerve-racking experience, saying that it’s rather ‘not a big (deal)’.
She said: “I wasn’t scared, honestly. It’s kind of insane to watch now. I’m like, ‘Who is that?’ But I think — as every actress says when they do this is — it just felt so right.”
She continued: “It was so within a different world and so within a different environment that I don’t even really feel — I am personally connected to it, of course — but it is something outside of myself.”
“You can do no wrong with [director Walter Salles]. He puts so much inside of you. In the four-week rehearsal process, it was okay to ask any question, to bring up any story, to really over-analyze everything and intellectualize everything.”
“Once we got on set, it was so about just breathing and letting it happen. He put so much trust in us, so it was like, “Okay, so I have to take my clothes off?” It’s so not a big [deal],” the actress added.
You may have heard that Stewart appears nude multiple times throughout “On the Road,” but you certainly didn’t know that she also engages in a threesome and masturbates two male characters, reports The Huffington Post.
In July, a series of stills for the indie movie were revealed, featuring the 22-year-old actress nude when riding shotgun in a car between co-stars Garrett Headland and Sam Riley, who are both in a similar state of undress.
The starlet performs the wild 16-year-old bride of Garrett’s alter-ego Dean in the adaptation of late author Jack Kerouac’s 1957 novel of the same name, The Sun writes.
The film reveals the story of the three protagonists during a road trip across the US, experimenting with drugs and sex along the way.
Stewart, who was incidentally offered the role five years ago, admits that given the nature of the role and its emotional demands it was probably a good thing her schedule meant she couldn’t accept the role when she was 17.
“I should have definitely been older than 17 while playing this part, absolutely,” the ‘Twilight’ star said, “(My performance) would have been done very differently if I was younger. I wouldn’t have played the part, obviously.”
As for the role itself, Stewart insisted she had no qualms about her character, The International Business Times reports.
“I love pushing. I love scaring myself,” Stewart said,” I’ve always wanted to get as close to an experience as I could. I’m usually self-conscious about running around town with my face hanging out. But I got to live more in those four weeks than I ever usually do in my life.”
The film, which will hit on December 22, features such famous Hollywood stars as Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst, Steve Buscemi, Terrence Howard and Elisabeth Moss.