The Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 Kristen Stewart cheating on Robert Pattinson story is the gift that keeps giving, and shortly after rumours hit that Universal dumped Stewart from their Snow White and the Huntsman sequel with Chris Hemsworth, the studio said she ‘might still be’ in it.
Hollywood has had it share of stars cheating on each other but Kristen Stewart learned quickly how harsh can be when you’re half of a beloved vampire couple from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2. Robert Pattinson just did a publicity burst for David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis gaining even more support and respect for being a gentleman about the situation. Stewart, who’s not been the most popular of actresses with the public has seen her stock take a dive as Twilight fans have been extremely harsh about her cheating on Pattinson while on the set of Snow White and the Huntsman with director Rupert Sanders.
Rumors hit that Universal was dumping the actress from their upcoming Huntsman sequel and focusing more on Chris Hemsworth’s character. That’s expected since Hemsworth’s star is shining very bright after the success of Thor and The Avengers. We’ve already heard that Sanders will be returning for the sequel, but it’s not yet known if the movie will continue as was originally conceived; one more film with Snow White and then the third being based around the Huntsman. This is close to how the X-Men series have done with Wolverine.
Universal is insisting that the second movie which has been confirmed to center around the Huntsman character played by Chris Hemsworth are proceeding and that Stewart’s Snow White could still be a character in that film. Rather weak way to try to combat a rumour. If they knew she’d be back in, they would be much more vehement. Heck usually the studios are more even when they’re lying which only makes it look like Stewart won’t be donning her Snow White image again any time soon. The sequel, if it’s made, doesn’t look like it would be in theaters until 2015 at the earliest with everyone else’s busy schedule.