'Twilight' Stars: Once Bitten, Now Beloved

"I feel like I'm digging a hole for myself," he said, trying to break some of the tension that appeared to surface between the actors.

"We're kind of annoying to work with in the sense that this is how we behave," Stewart agreed. "We were driving each other crazy. Hopefully, it comes across in the movie and it works."

And if it works, Stewart and Pattinson said they would be back for more. After all, there are three more books in the series.

"I typically only get to be with a character for six weeks," Stewart said. "I've never been with one person for so long. I feel pretty responsible for her. Sure, I would like to do more."

Added Pattinson: "I just don't want to have the same hairdo."

The movie "Twilight" opens nationwide today.

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