Be wary, Robert Pattinson.Universal Studios has confirmed that the sequel to Kristen Stewart’s 2012 flick, Snow White and the Huntsman, will happen in 2015.While Kristen will more than likely reprise her role as Snow White, the movie— infamously known for the affair that occurred between it’s married director, Rupert Sanders, and leading lady, Kristen— may be without it’s fearless leader this time around.Universal has yet to confirm the return of any original cast members for the sequel, leaving fans wondering if the former lovers will reunite for round two of the praised film.
Sourpuss to Sweetheart: How Kristen Stewart is Trying to Save Her Relationship"I would do it in a heartbeat," Kristen said one year ago about starring in a sequel. "I know with the people involved it would only be done [because] it's very worthwhile and it's a good movie. We wouldn't just be cashing in."Then in December, the star admitted that she was told to remain mum about the anticipated return of the film, hinting at her expected involvement."It's gonna be f--kin' amazing. I'm so excited about it, it's crazy," Kristen gushed. "The other day I said that there was a strong possibility that we're going to make a sequel, and that's very true, but everyone was like, 'Whoa, stop talking about it.' So, no, I'm totally not allowed to talk about it."And now that Rupert is no longer with his wife, Liberty Ross, who filed for divorce in January, it’s possible he may take on the project to get close to Kristen again.
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According to a pal of the director, Rupert was “infatuated with her,” adding that it wouldn’t be a surprise if the pair got back in touch.The only problem? Kristen is now back with her boyfriend and Twilight co-star, Rob, after having split post-affair.“Rob’s friends are warning him that she cheated once, so what’s stopping her from doing it again?” a friend of his told In Touch in February. “She’s desperate to hold on to [Rob] but she felt that way before — and she still cheated.”