Kristen Stewart just did something she rarely does: talk about her failed relationship with Robert Pattinson.
The actress touched on her nearly four-year romance with her former “Twilight” co-star in an interview with T magazine, released Wednesday, saying it “was made into a product.”
“People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that our relationship was made into a product. It wasn’t real life anymore and that was gross to me,” Stewart said when discussing her decision to hold off on announcing her relationship with girlfriend Alicia Cargile. The 26-year-old went on to say she didn’t necessarily want to “hide” her true self from fans, but didn’t want her new relationship to “become a part of a story for entertainment value.”
While its been years since Robsten supporters have seen the former co-stars together — they were pretty chummy following their 2013 breakup — fans have been questioning Rob’s whereabouts since Stewart’s comment. So, where is Rob today?
Despite not being nearly as public as his usually private ex, Pattinson is still working in the entertainment industry. The 30-year-old British actor, who is believed to be engaged to singer FKA Twigs, has two films in post-production and is currently filming the comedic western “Damsel.” While little is known about the David Zellner film at this time, Pattinson is teaming up with his “Maps to the Stars” co-star Mia Wasikowska for the project.
Fans can also expect at least one Pattinson film to drop in 2016. “The Lost City of Z” will follow him and co-stars Tom Holland, Charlie Hunnam and Sienna Miller as they play explorers in the Amazon searching for a rumored civilization. Pattinson takes on the role of Henry Costinin the biographical action-adventure film, which is scheduled for an October debut. The same can’t be said for Pattinson’s crime/drama “Good Time,” which doesn’t have an official release date.
Elsewhere, Stewart is just as busy. The much buzzed about “Billy Flynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” directed by the famed Ang Lee, makes its debut ahead of the holiday season. Stewart is one of many big names involved the project, which tells the tale of a troubled Iraq solider being celebrated after his return from war. “Personal Shopper,” coming in December, stars the actress as a personal shopper who receives signs from her dead brother. Stewart will also play Bridget Sullivan in an upcoming, untitled Lizzie Borden biography.