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It’s been — let’s just say —an eventful couple of weeks for Team Twilight. Bella and Edward may find eternal, immortal bliss in Breaking Dawn — Part 2 (out
Nov. 16), but costars and (only recently confirmed) couple Kristen
Stewart and Robert Pattinson are having a much harder time since
incriminating photographs of Stewart and her Snow White and the Huntsman director,
Rupert Sanders, surfaced late last month. “The fact is, these are
actors playing parts, and maybe it’s not such a bad thing that people be
reminded of that,” Bill Condon tells EW. “Both of these actors gave
heart and soul to the Twilight movies, not only during
shooting, but also by navigating so graciously the whole
life-in-a-fishbowl aspect of the phenomenon. Above all they have always
shown great respect for the fans who made these movies such a success.
Now it’s time that some of that respect be returned to them.”
But beyond the intense media and public scrutiny into these young actors’ private lives, the turn of events also creates a real challenge for Summit, the studio releasing the film, as it gears up to promote the final installment. In other words: what happens during an international press tour and red carpet premiere when the two top-billed stars may or may not be speaking to each other? Nancy Kirkpatrick, the company’s head of worldwide marketing, tells EW, “While it is studio policy not to comment on the personal lives of actors, Summit is moving full steam ahead.”
In more innocent times (read: a month ago), the Twilight stars sat down for a roundtable interview and talked about the film, the ending of the series, and what they’ve learned from the Twilight experience. Pattinson marvels at Edward’s unflappable ability to stay rational. “It’s strange,” he says with a laugh. “All through the series it’s like, ‘Hey , this guy is trying to be sensible! Let’s think this thing out.’ And everyone is like ‘F— you’”.
Stewart presses him, curious to know what he learned from playing the role. ”Don’t be pragmatic. Be an emotional idiot.”