It looks as though Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have finally sorted out their differences (mainly that the Twilight actress thought it was fine to have an affair with her director) and are back together.
After months of exhaustive reporting on the scandal, we're struggling to care any less, and to be fair, it was all bound to end this way. The forthcoming Twilight movie has been given a welcome boost ahead of its premiere next month, which Stewart and Pattinson are now expected to attend together. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 hits theaters on November 16 and will undoubtedly dominate the box office until the end of that month at least. The first movie made $392 million worldwide, while its sequel 'New Moon' took a phenomenal $709 million. 'Eclipse' pulled in a similarly huge $698 million with 2011's 'Breaking Dawn Part 1' making Summit Entertainment a cool $705 million. We're going to go out on a limb here and predict the final movie in the franchise sets a new record for Edward and his vampire pals.
Entertainment Weekly snapped Stewart, 22, and Pattinson, 26, drinking at the Ye Rustin Inn bar in Los Angeles trendy Los Feliz neighbourhood this week. The two reportedly "cozied up to each other" and laughed and joked at the bar. We can just see movie bosses cozying up together in a very similar fashion, cackling at how everything has worked out just perfect.