Despite recent events involving groping, lip-locking, public confessions, broken hearts and moving trucks, both life and promotional tours must go on.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Summit Entertainment - the production company behind all things Twi-hard -assures us that all systems are a go for the ensuing media storm that is the final installment of the beyond mega popular franchise.
The president of worldwide marketing for Summit says: “While it is studio policy not to comment on the personal lives of actors, Summit is moving full steam ahead and looking forward to this November’s opening of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. We are confident that the film delivers amazing entertainment for our passionate fans and general audience alike.”
Let’s just take a minute here to envision the scheduling nightmare of keeping these two apart, but together as much as possible, for publicity.
The movie at this point is nothing but a back drop for gossip and drama. Or maybe not?
From the fan perspective, EW interviews one in particular of billions in total. Mallory Proverbs says that Kristen’s bad behavior has “kind of tarnished the saga.”
Of course by tarnished she probably just means it’s like taking a spray bottle to a raging wild fire.
Despite it all, he’s not shelving her plans to travel to L.A. for the films premiere “There’s no way I’m not seeing this movie,” she says. “I guess the atmosphere is going to be different, but it won’t keep me from seeing it. I can’t wait, actually.”
So there you go, the series will have a life span far beyond the entity known as RobSten. Which would be the case regardless of whether or not the two reconcile.
I mean, movies last forever, especially ones about vampires.