'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Could Cause Tension Between Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson

May 22, 2012 By:
'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Could Cause Tension Between Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson

As soon as “50 Shades of Grey” rose to fame earlier this year as the hot new sex toy erotic fiction novel, rumors began to swirl on whether or not Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson would star in the movie adaptation of the flick.

The book began as online “Twilight” fan-fiction, so naturally, everyone wondered what the big-screen version of the steamy book would look like as portrayed by the “Twilight” stars.

MTV released a video of the cast of “Snow White and the Hunstman” reading passages from the book allowing us a sneak into what Kristen would be like as “50 Shades” protagonist Anastasia Steele.

Kristen grumbles and awkwardly stumbles through the novel’s more erotic descriptions. It was like pulling teeth just to get her to stutter through the phrase, “and then I unbuttoned his jeans.” Okay, so maybe she isn’t right for the part.

PS: Charlize Theron is suspiciously excellent during her reading of the book. Nobody should be that expert at saying the phrase, “my inner goddess growled.”

That being said, it seems like Kristen might by vying for the “50 Shades” role. She told the MTV interviewer, “I’m dying to read it…I need to read this, it’s intense.”

Dr. Jennifer Landa, author of “The Sex Drive Solution for Women” (Drjenniferlanda.com) thinks Kristen has other motivations for reading the steamy adult fiction.

“We have been hearing that Kristen Stewart is reading the books and pining for the role,” says Dr. Jennifer Landa, “but odds are that if she is reading the book that she is really sharing a lot of the juicy tidbits with Robert [Pattinson].”

Uhhh, TMI? Yeah. TMI.

Since this book is causing a boom in the bedroom, what if K-Stew is cast in the flick but Robert is not?!

“I think that it could cause some tension if Kristen is cast and Robert is not,” says Dr. Landa, “but I think they are true professional actors and I think they can manage to separate the reality from the fantasy.”

What do you think? Do you think K-Stew should star in the film version of the raunchy book?