Filed under: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson | Tags: kristen, Pattinson, Robert, stewart
Hypothetically speaking, of course, if Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were to start dating, do you all think it would make them both look shady?
We’re told this seems to be the big concern stressing out the powers that be up in Vancouver, around the New Moon set, now that it seems pretty damn clear there’s something smoldering between the two. Perhaps, enough to even warrant a meeting between R’s and K’s peeps.
See, our babe Stewart is supposedly still in a loving relaysh with Michael Angarano. So if that duo happened to break up and she coincidentally rebounded with a sexy costar, it could make her look slutty, and the man in waiting, sneaky, apparently (we don’t think so).
That’s why it would be much easier to just start phasing out the “current” boyfriend, something rumored to be in the works:
The media setups (Rob and Nikki, Jackson and Kristen) just aren’t flying with you smart little Twi-Twits anymore, and people are most definitely taking notice.
Life & Style reports there’s still drama with Nik and Robert, but we’re told that stuff is still being pushed to the media to help slowly “out” Kristen and Rob.
Apparently Pattz and Stew are getting so fed up with being told what (and who) to do all the time that they are “refusing to play along anymore.” How deelish!
“Rob has been seen coming back from the direction of Kristen’s hotel at 1:30 a.m. and 3 a.m., respectively, on different nights,” snitches our VBC eyes.
But chill, micromanaging studio types, maybe he’s just coming back from a bar around the general area, right?
We really don’t see what the big whoop would be if they were dating. Rob and Kristen are young and absolutely gorge—they don’t need to be settled down right now. Mr. & Mrs. Smith hardly bombed at the box office; we doubt New Moon would either if it came out that the two were bumping uglies.
In fact, we’d put money down that it would help, if anything! People seem to be more obsessed with Edward and Bella rather than Rob and Kristen anyway. Fans would eat this crap up. Don’t you all agree?
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Washington, Apr 2 (ANI): Twilight star Kristen Stewart has revealed that she’s afraid of Robert Pattinson’s female fans.
The 18-year-old star said that she’s terrified of the wrath of female fans jealous of their onscreen romance.
“You show up at these places, and there’s literally like a thousand girls and they’re all screaming your name. Girls are scary. Large groups of girls scare the (crap) out of me,” Contactmusic quoted her as telling USA today.
“They covet him. I think half of them are so jealous that they hate me,” she added. (ANI)
Filed under: Kristen Stewart | Tags: fans, hate, kristen, me, stewart, Twilight
“They covet Rob. I think half of them are so jealous that they hate me.
“It’s not like, ‘Maybe I should be with [Pattinson] to make them happy and it’ll make me more popular!'”
Stewart adds that her real boyfriend, Michael Angarano, 21, “is totally not a threatened guy. But, dude, it sucks.”
Filed under: Kristen Stewart, Nicki Reed | Tags: kristen, nikki, reed, stewart
After dining on a healthy sushi meal, Kristen Stewart was spotted walking back to her temporary Vancouver residence with boyfriend Michael Angarano and BFF Nikki Reed on Monday (March 30).
The trio looked to be in high spirits as they continue work on “New Moon,” greeting fans and posing for pictures on their way back home.
Meanwhile, Kristen recently took time to chat with press about “New Moon,” echoing Robert Pattinson’s sentiments in calling the film “tragic”.
“It’s a different movie, a lot happens,” says Stewart of Bella and Edward’s relationship. “She loses him, which is certainly a crazy concept for me to accept because that’s the basis for the entire first movie.”
Miss Stewart adds, “She grows up, quite a bit. She’s forced to, and she’s got strength and inner determination. A lot of people in her situation would be like, OK, done.”
Filed under: Kristen Stewart, Movie | Tags: cake, cakeeaters, eaters, kristen, stewart
Here is some information on Kristens new film…
The local butcher, Easy (Bruce Dern), and his docile-faced son Beagle (Aaron Stanford), seem to be getting on just fine in “The Cake Eaters,” a slow-paced drama set in a time-warped village in upstate New York. All’s well, that is, until the older son, Guy (Jayce Bartok, who also wrote the screenplay), comes home for the first time in three years, a month late for his mother’s funeral. The three wander the house in her absence, trying to act as men should: They talk to their beers instead of each other and overdose on cholesterol-drenched breakfasts. They pursue women with varying degrees of success.
* Find showtimes and theaters for ‘The Cake Eaters’
THE CAKE EATERS Directed by: Mary StuartMasterson
Written by: Jayce Bartok
Starring: Kristen Stewart, Bruce Dern, Aaron Stanford
At: Somerville Theatre
Running time: 90 minutes
The butcher’s long-time paramour, Marg (Elizabeth Ashley), brings zany grit to the often-plodding plot; Ashley and Dern share sparks. But the most sustained flickers of life come from Marg’s granddaughter, Georgia, played by Kristen Stewart two years before her star burst with “Twilight,” no doubt the impetus for the film’s current limited release to the big screen. (“The Cake Eaters” was shot in 2006 and made the round of festivals starting in 2007.)
A romance between Beagle and Georgia further entwines the two families, and the tangle of all the relationships is the heart of the story. Georgia seeks asylum from the terminal neurological disease she suffers – and from her hyper-protective mother (Talia Balsam) – by deciding it’s time to have sex. She discusses this frankly with her bourbon-swilling grandmother as they motor through town in a classic white convertible complete with fuzzy dice. Yet the quirky tenderness of these moments only magnifies the awkwardness of her mother’s relentless demand to photograph Georgia half-clothed to apply for a Guggenheim. There are only so many story threads an ensemble cast can hold.
In her first film as a feature director, Mary Stuart Masterson brings a sympathetic eye to the lives of her characters. As for Stewart, it’s clear her beginnings have come to an end. There’s a reason she’s booked for eternity.