As you can probably tell from the smudgy mascara droplets on the floor of any given Odeon, the Twilight saga has drawn to a close. And that means Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart will never ever again be seen together, ever.
BUT OH NO, WRONG. According to The Examiner, R-Pattz and K-Stew are considering taking up roles in a remake of The Sandpiper, a 1965 film that starred Elizabeth Taylor and then-husband Richard Burton.
The Sandpiper, in review: a schoolteacher has an affair with a single mother. We can't think of a single reason why those two would be mooted to star in that.
"[Rob] recognises there’s a certain screen magic when he and Kristen are together," an insider told the website. "Besides, there’s less chance she’ll get in trouble again." Um. Okay.
But let's focus on the screen magic, instead of the affair-with-directors thing – the couple do have it. Would that translate into film success, or would Twilight fans be turned off to see Edward and Bella transformed into a hippy mother and a straight-laced schoolteacher? Who knows. We may never know.