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“People like to make fun of the fans who camp out but people have renaissance fairies; people do Civil War re-enactments; people do what they like. I’m tired of hearing people rage on the fans. If you don’t like Twilight, don’t buy a ticket. ”

- Anna has a suggestion for Twilight haters / August 14, 2010

 

“Oh my God, no, I hate it. It’s literally the worst thing in the world, but I’m trying to get better at it. It is part of the job and a skill like anything else, so I just smile through it, look pretty and pretend the photographers aren’t yelling at me. ”

— Anna on movie premieres / August 12, 2010

 

“I haven’t really changed. I feel really lucky to be doing the work I’m doing, but everything else around me is basically the same. I still prefer sitting at home watching movies instead of going out to bars.”

— August 12, 2010

 

“I’m so relieved. I get to be in Twilight and that’s it. I get to be in it and be a part of it but I get to leave the house and live a normal life. I feel like I’m living this strange double-life because when I go home I get to do the same things I always have. I know that’s not the case for Robert or Kristen and I know that’s hard for them.”

— Anna on Twilight hype / July 08, 2010

 

“I really want to learn to play pool. I don’t want to be one of those chicks in a bar that you know, needs her boyfriend to set up a shot for her. So that’s a life goal for me.”

— Anna wants to learn to play pool / June 29, 2010

 

“They’re a big thing now — and it’s not just in the UK, but everywhere. It seems like a harmless hobby, although it is a little strange. Maybe the mums are finding a way to connect with their daughters, which would be sweet. But all it takes is one crazy mum to infiltrate that sweet circle of women and you never know what they might do! I think Rob is just as shy and freaked out by the attention as he seems to be — it’s not an act. He’s definitely not hard on the eyes, and I get why girls go crazy for him, but it makes me feel like saying, ‘Guys, really, he’s just a dude!’”

— Anna on Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner / June 28, 2010

 

“I mean, they’re like siblings to me now, and if I had to choose between them, it would feel really creepy. I don’t think either of them is my type. I’d like a guy who looks a little more goofy and who is less intimidating — they’re both lovely, but almost too perfect-looking.”

— Anna on Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner / June 28, 2010

 

“I kind of eat anything, so I guess I have to work on that. But all in moderation. When I was in the UK, I had scones with clotted cream, which is like pure fat, but a lot of fat is delicious, so I couldn’t help myself.”

— Anna on her diet / June 18, 2010

 

“Sometimes I just run or use the elliptical. I do yoga when I’m feeling good. I take a nice, long yoga class.”

— Anna on her exercise habits / June 18, 2010

 

“I just really wanted to make it fun for them. I was so worried about whether they were having a good time I didn’t really think about myself.”

— Anna on stress over Sunday Oscar’s night / March 08, 2010

 

“I was so stressed because I was more worried about my mum and brother having a good time.”

— Anna Kendrick on her stress on Sunday Oscar’s night / March 08, 2010

 

“There was another dress that was being made… The designer will remain nameless… It was not for me. It was blue.”

— Anna on her unhappiness with her Oscar dress / March 07, 2010

 

“I went for a run at five in the morning, I just waited for my roommate to text me. And then it was actually really nice because I was sort of alone in the dark. I kind of wanted to shout, but I didn’t want to wake everyone up at 5.30 in the morning.”

— Anna on her nerves over Oscar nomination / March 01, 2010

 

“I’m flying my family out. I’m so excited. My Mom wants to meet George Clooney.”

— Anna on taking her family to the Oscars / March 01, 2010

 

“I loved yelling at George. I loved telling George off. I loved telling George that he was a 12-year-old. I was so looking forward to that scene almost to the extent that I was concerned that it was going to be a kind of indulgent thing … It’s like every ex-boyfriend I have ever had in the form of George Clooney on a boardwalk. [It] was a lot of fun.”

— Anna about her co-star George Clooney in the movie / November 23, 2009

 

“He had this kind of older brother thing with me.”

— Anna on her co-star George Clooney / November 23, 2009

 

“Is he too old for me? Yes. George Clooney is too old for me.”

— Anna joking on George Clooney / November 23, 2009

 

“He had rules for me about dating and stuff. It was really sweet… It’s funny, actually. A friend of his that was his age [48] was dating somebody younger than me. He thought that was fine. I was like, ‘What would you say to me if I were dating somebody your age?’ He said, ‘Oh no, absolutely not.’”

— Anna on George Clooney giving her dating advice / November 23, 2009

 

“She certainly hasn’t gone and changed on us… She’s the coolest chick you could ever hope to meet. She’s so down to earth, and such a pro.”
— Anna on her co-star Kristen Stewart / November 17, 2009