As we confirmed in this week's heat, Robert Pattinson is to go ahead with the promotional tour of Cosmopolis as scheduled. Despite being cheated on by long-term girlfriend and Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart with Rupert Sanders, the director of her film Snow White and the Huntsman, Rob is still going to go on TV. On live TV. To talk.
And according to reports, he is not going to limit any of the questions that interviewers want to ask him. Normally, celebrities as big and important as R-Patz can demand that interviewers do not ask them anything about a certain topic. And loads of them do.
But Rob is willing to chat about anything. A source told Page Six: "Everything's on the table." The famously shy actor has only been seen once since Kristen Stewart announced that she had cheated on him, at a concert in LA.
His upcoming appearances on The Daily Show and Good Morning America are going to make for very, very good viewing. Even if he doesn't open his mouth and just sits there, crying, looking really pretty.
In other related news, Bill Condon, who directed both Breaking Dawn films, said that the cheating scandal has been good.
He told EW: "“The fact is, these are actors playing parts, and maybe it’s not such a bad thing that people be reminded of that."
Hmmm. Interesting opinion, Bill. We'd love to hear what Rob thinks, though!