Could Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson reunite for another movie? Director David Cronenberg has an idea, but he thinks it won’t be easy to bring them together. It’s been a decade since Stewart and Pattinson starred in the fifth and final film in the Twilight saga. The two, who met on the set of the teen vampire flick, had an instant connection.
Robsten dated for a while, but their relationship ended after Spencer’s actress cheated on him with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. This caused a rift between Kristen and Robert. Since then, the two have not worked together. But now, could that be changing?
While speaking to World of Reel, director David Cronenberg, who is working on ‘Crimes of the Future’ with Kristen Stewart, revealed that it was Robert Pattinson who introduced him to the actress. The Batman star has worked with him on ‘Cosmopolis’ and ‘Maps to the Stars.’ David said that he is interested in the two returning to the screen after having the opportunity to work with both.
“I can definitely think of a movie, or idea, that would be great to have them both together,” David Cronenberg said. “I don’t want to go into that because it wouldn’t be my next movie, however it could be problematic as fans might expect a certain kind of relationship, and that would get in the way of creating new characters for them. David continued as he talked about working with Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
“So, I have a weird feeling that it could be problematic, so it’s just a theory for now,” the director added. It was previously revealed that while making Twilight, the former couple was advised not to start a relationship.
However, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart went against it and dated until things got ugly. However, they are now said to be on good terms, focusing on their career and new relationships. Could their fans see them again in the same frame?
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