Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart don't plan to officially "come out" as a couple until the premiÃ¨re of Breaking Dawn Part 2. Do you think this is a good plan or does it play into the hype about Kristen Stewart's affair being staged for promotional purposes?
According to a report from Hollywood Life, Rob and Kristen plan to appear in public for the very first time since getting back together at the Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiÃ¨re on November 16th.
"What better way for the world to see them together than when they do it for the movie," a Summit Entertainment source says.
And what better way for the film to get some extra publicity than to have Rob and Kristen make their first public dÃ©but at this event.
Does this all sound incredibly contrived to you? If Rob and Kristen are once again a couple, should they really coincide their first public appearance with the opening of this film? Shouldn't they have their own "coming out" that is all about them and not about the film? Or here's an idea. How about if they just went about their business from now on as though they are a couple--with no grand announcement or public showing? Wouldn't that be what ordinary couples would do?
How do you feel about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart saving their premiÃ¨re for the Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiÃ¨re? Does something about this feel fake to you?
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