Contrary to popular belief, Stewart says she was approach about being in the film, but was dropped from the production without notice.
“I read a few scripts,” she told Variety.
“None of them were good. None of them were greenlight-able. And I had a meeting with Universal about the places where the story could go. Maybe Chris [Hemsworth] was more into it. I actually don’t f—ing know.”
“It wasn’t a situation where I got kicked off a movie because I got in trouble,” the actress adds.
“We had been in talks months after that about making something work, and it never came together.”
Turns out, Stewart wasn’t even told when the production team decided to move forward with the film, only finding out when Universal put out a public press release.
"I was like, 'OK, cool.' We hadn't spoken in a long time, but I didn't know we had broken up," Stewart says.
Stewart's not complaining about Universal's treatment of her, though, especially since "The Huntsman: Winter's War" crashed and burned in cinemas.
"Now I'm like... Thank God," she comments.
Stewart also took the opportunity to weigh in on her "scandalous" relationship with her married director Rupert Sanders.
"Women are so judgmental of each other. It's very innate, instinctive, f---ed-up, animal-like," she says of the public response to the affair.
"It was something that was a nuisance. How do you resent me if you've actually never met me?"
Watch Kristen Stewart talk to Conan O'Brien about her experiences receiving a French Oscar.
Relationship with Sanders behind her, Stewart has been "linked" to various women in the tabloids. When accused of "hiding" her personal life, Stewart made it clear she couldn't care less what other people think.
"When I was dating a guy, I would never talk about my relationships to anyone," she says. "I feel the same way now. I'm not hiding s---."
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