Kristen Stewart is set to appear on the red-carpet for the first time since admitting to cheating on Robert Pattinson with her 'Snow White' director Rupert Sanders. The Twilight star will face the press at the Toronto Film Festival on Thursday (September 6, 2012), where her movie 'On The Road' is screening.
Tabloid reports suggest Stewart is particularly nervous ahead of the premiere, given that public opinion of her has dropped considerably since the cheating scandal. Meanwhile, Pattinson has made numerous media appearances in recent weeks, coming across particularly well on the Jimmy Kimmel show. Kristen, whose romance with Pattinson is now thought to be over, missed the UK premiere of 'On the Road' last month, though she is almost forced to appear at Toronto. The stars of the final Twilight movie 'Breaking Dawn: Part 2' are scheduled to begin their heavy promotional schedules soon, in anticipation for the worldwide premieres in November. Summit Entertainment want both Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson to appear together at the key dates on the calendar, meaning the former will want to acclimatize herself to the glare of the celebrity spotlight once again.
Stewart has reportedly lost her lead role in the 'Snow White and the Huntsman' sequel, according to the Hollywood Reporter, with Chris Hemsworth's 'Huntsman' character likely to be the focus of the film.