Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning interviews

Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning sound off on playing real-life rock stars, how they prepared for their roles and more!
"She's really hot," Kristen Stewart told MTV News about Gaga. "She's got a look."

Co-star Dakota Fanning concurred: "I am a fan of Lady Gaga because I think she's a really good singer and a really great entertainer and when you watch her perform, you know it's going to be a show. I think that's really cool."

The women might be Gaga fans, but don't expect the duo to ever belt out a line from "Poker Face" or "Bad Romance" in public. While they played rock stars onscreen, both confess to being deathly afraid of karaoke.

"I would never karaoke," Fanning said. "I am so scared. That is the scariest thing. Getting up in front of a room of strangers and singing songs — that is so scary to me."

"I would never karaoke either," Stewart echoed. "Every time I've even tried to do that, I've regretted it two lines in, and I end up talking [the lyrics]. It's making me embarrassed talking about it." Source:

"Twilight" stars Robert Pattinson and Peter Facinelli have told MTV News that their ideal director for "Breaking Dawn," the still-announced adaptation of the final volume in the vampire series, would be two-time Oscar-nominated director Gus Van Sant. An Entertainment Weekly report on Tuesday suggested that Van Sant ("Milk") is in fact one of three high-profile directors who have been approached to helm the film, along with Sofia Coppola ("Lost in Translation") and Bill Condon ("Dreamgirls").

Now MTV News has received exclusive confirmation about the development from Kristen Stewart herself. "I'm glad that's out and about," she said about the outreach to the directors. "I didn't know that was something that people knew."

EW had previously confirmed the anonymous report with Van Sant's rep but hadn't yet received word from Coppola's or Condon's spokespeople. Summit Entertainment declined to comment on the report.

While any directorial decision will reportedly have to wait until Melissa Rosenberg hands in a detailed draft for the script — and there is still no word about if "Breaking Dawn" will be split into two separate films — Stewart professed her excitement about any of the three directors helming the movie.

"I think it's awesome," she said. "I think it's so cool that they're reaching. I think anyone of those people would be great."

Previously, Pattinson told us that Van Sant would be the perfect pick because of the setting and the content of many of his previous films — which include "Good Will Hunting," "My Own Private Idaho" and "Elephant."

"He shoots everything in Portland. He's good at making it look beautiful," Pattinson said, adding of "Breaking Dawn," "It's all about teenage love and obsessions. I think Gus Van Sant would be great."