Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson Stronger Than Ever: Details How it Helps 'Twilight' Promotion; Fans Skeptical
The news of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson back together has once again rocked the "Twilight" world, but in a really good way.
In fact, some are beginning to believe that the Stewart's cheating scandal was a hoax and that it really didn't happen like Stewart wanted to cheat on Pattinson because she is madly in love with him.
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Of course, this is good for promotion of the "Twilight Saga" epic finale, "Breaking Dawn Part 2."
The vampire couple split when shocking photos surfaced in July that Stewart was cheating with "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders. It was reported that the two were both extremely hurt and that Pattinson wasn't going to take Stewart back.
According to the Examiner, the pair is back to their same tight lipped privacy mode.
"Neither Kristen nor Robert has stepped forward to give their fans the official word that they are once again a couple. The reason for this could be that they're using this bit of good news for promotional reasons, suggests a new report on Monday."
The 26-year-old "Cosmopolis" actor taking back his ex-girlfriend gives "Breaking Dawn Part 2" "plenty of free publicity."
"If Kristen and Robert wait to announce their renewed couple status, 'reconciliation could be a strong selling point for the film's love story.'"
Twi-hards constantly intertwine Pattinson and Stewart's life with their "Twilight" characters Edward and Bella. If the pair wasn't together for the "BD Part 2" promotions, it might [will actually] devastate fans and see that Bella and Edward aren't together [which wouldn't be the case of course].
Twi-hards have kept their royalty to both Pattinson, 26, and Stewart, 22. Even though a lot of fans were angry at Stewart, they stood by her side after the affair. She got a lot of cheers and praise when she walked down the red carpet at TIFF to promote "On the Road." Pattinson, also, had a lot of support.
Fans are not convinced [and probably was before] that the cheating scandal was only a hoax.
According to Zeenews.india.com, "Die hard fans of the 'Twilight' series are floating conspiracy theories of the Kristen Stewart and Rupert Sanders affair never happening, accusing it of it being a media set up to further the careers of those involved."
After news that Pattinson and Stewart were back together, fans started to think it was a lie altogether.
Chatrooms, blogs, fan sites, and videos report that the photos published in US Weekly in July were doctored.
Gossip and lifestyle website Crushable has been floating the publicity stunt idea for more than a month, the report said.
"From the very beginning I suspected that the entire scandal reeked of a publicity stunt developed in a Hollywood marketing brainstorming meeting to boost the careers of everyone involved, from Kristen Stewart to Robert Pattinson to Rupert Sanders, and yes, even to Liberty Ross," Crushable writer Jenni Maier wrote. "And in the weeks since the scandal ripped open the hearts of every American, we've seen all four of their careers receive a huge publicity bump."
A video went viral that showed how the photos were doctored. It suggested that Sanders and his wife Liberty Ross blackmailed the "Twilight" couple to gain fame and boost their professional profiles.
Do you think the photos were doctored, or are they real? Sound off below!