•Now Kristen pulls out of promoting On the Road in London
By Amelia Proud
..The streets will soon be awash with the tears of Twihards, as Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are back in each other's arms again.
Sadly, it's just in newly released photos from the set of the next Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn 2, which was filmed long before 'Trampire-gate.'
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Summit released more photos from the upcoming film as Pattinson, 26, tries to fend off questions about his former live-in girlfriend while promoting David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis.
Kristen, 22, has kept a lower profile since compromising pictures of her and 41-year-old married director Ruper Sanders emerged.
She even missed a promotional event for her latest film, a film adaptation of Jacques Kerouac's cult classic On the Road, in London today, though it's been confirmed by People.com she will attend the Toronto Film Festival between September 6 to 16th.
In one new still, Kristen is depicted with red vampiric eyes; as all fans know, her character Bella was turned by Edward at the end of Breaking Dawn Part One after she nearly died during childbirth.
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The shot will be grist to the mill for those who didn't take Will Ferrell's joke 'trampire' skit on Conan O'Brien in the spirit in which it was attended.
Ferrell, 45, was gently mocking the hoopla surrounding the affair but many have taken the joke label seriously and used it to attack Kristen.
Forget vampires, it's more like a modern witch hunt; strange that a young girl should draw so much more fury than a married man twice her age.
In terms of box office forecasts, experts don't think that the scandal will have much impact on the long-awaited film, which is released on November 16.
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'While it is studio policy not to comment on the personal lives of actors, Summit is moving full steam ahead and looking forward to this November's opening of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2,' Nancy Kirkpatrick, the studio's president of worldwide marketing, told Entertainment Weekly.
The shots give an insight into the plot of the film, which involves the lovers’ battle with the Volturi vampire clan over the fate of their fast-growing daughter Renesmee, played by Makenzie Foy.
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In another shot, the Cullens' are seen lined up in defence.
There was a similar scene last night at Time Talks with David Carr when he attempted to draw Robert onto the subject of his split.
The present audaciously compared the break up to Princess Diana, as she was then, and Prince Charles splitting but before a shocked Robert could rebuff it, the audience started booing before one member yelled: 'Next question?'