KIRSTEN STEWART has no regrets

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KRISTEN STEWART has revealed that she has no regrets about signing up to the Twilight franchise.

The 22-year-old - who reprises her role as Bella in the final instalment of the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 - has been the focus of tabloid attention, due to her on-off relationship with co-star ROBERT PATTINSON, and is constantly chased by paparazzi and the films’ fans (aka Twi-hards).

“There have been some heavy moments obviously but I would trade nothing,” she said.

“It’s such a strange job; you need to be a little crazy, you need to be a little obsessive. Also being so young, it’s really rare... how often do people find what really genuinely challenges them in life at this age? I get so much more time to do what I love than most people do.”

The actress added: “I started when I was 10 years old, so I definitely wouldn’t trade anything.”

NICOLE KIDMAN has admitted it took her “a very long time to heal” after her split from TOM CRUISE.

The Paperboy actress revealed that she was totally in love with the Hollywood megastar, who she married in 1990, and that she struggled to get over it when they broke up after 10 years together.

She told DuJour magazine: “I fell madly, passionately in love. I was reeling with Tom. I would have gone to the ends of the earth for him.”

Nicole, 45, revealed that shortly before the couple split she believed “our life together was perfect”.

“It took me a very long time to heal,” added the actress. “It was a shock to my system.”

The star is now happily married to country singer KEITH URBAN and the couple have two daughters, four-year-old Sunday Rose and Faith, who is nearly two.

MATTHEW PERRY has confessed he left National Lampoon’s star CHEVY CHASE in hospital after a tennis swing went wrong.

The former Friends star joined Chevy for a charity tennis match when he accidentally served a ball straight into the funnyman’s crotch.

Matthew told Access Hollywood Live: “I have a very fast serve, like a 115 mile-an-hour serve, but it’s got no spin... and I can’t really aim it... and six or seven years ago I was playing in a charity tournament in front of 2,000 people in Florida and Chevy Chase was on the other side of the net and I wasn’t serving to him... and I served a 115-mile-an-hour serve and hit him in the (genitals).”

Matthew - who stars as widowed sportscaster Ryan King in comedy Go On - added: “He made the comedic face at first, and then (he went) down and had to be carried off the court by four people and straight to the hospital. I was like, ‘Oh my God, I’m so sorry!’.”

SYLVESTER STALLONE has taken time out from flexing his muscles in action blockbusters to shoot a role in an indie film.

The 66-year-old Hollywood actor - who has been racking up roles in big movies such as the Expendables films and upcoming boxing flick Grudge Match - recently spent several days shooting indie drama Reach Me, reported Variety.

It wasn’t previously known that Sly had joined the cast of the film, about a group of people who all have a connection to a self-help book that was penned by a reclusive ex-football coach.

Details of Sly’s part have not been revealed.

CAMERON DIAZ looks set to play a woman out for revenge in a new comedy.

The What To Expect When You’re Expecting star is “attached” to upcoming movie The Other Woman, reports The Wrap.

Bridesmaids actress KRISTEN WIIG is also tipped for a part in the film, which has been written by up-and-coming script writer Melissa Stack.

The plot follows two women who team up to seek revenge on a man after discovering that they are both in a relationship with him - one as his wife and one as his mistress.




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