Robert Pattinson Together With Kristen Stewart: Total 'Twilight' Set Up

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By Brittney R. Villalva , Christian Post Reporter
October 16, 2012|1:48 pm

Over 70 percent of people "Twilight" followers have agreed that the relationship fiasco between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart was a complete hoax.

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    (Photo: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni)
    Cast members Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart pose at the premiere of the movie "Twilight" at the Mann Village and Bruin theatres in Westwood, California November 17, 2008. The movie is based on the novel of the same name by Stephenie Meyer and opens in the U.S. on November 21.

The "Twilight" co-stars were photographed multiple times together over the weekend, according to reports. The last photograph of the couple was taken Monday night, with both stars wearing nearly matching outfits and talking with friends outside an L.A. restaurant.

Both Stewart and Pattinson had on baseball t-shirts, backwards baseball caps, and sunglasses in the photo. They both also appeared to be slightly miserable. But reports have insisted that the pair has once again reunited following their fall out over the Rupert Sanders affair.

Even so, some fans had their doubt. According to a TMZ poll, almost 80 percent of fans agreed that some kind of set-up was going on. The last "Twilight" movie is set to release in a month, prompting some to speculate that the whole relationship fiasco had been nothing more than a publicity stunt.

When asked if the couple was not actually back together, had never actually split, or authentically reunited, 52 percent of people believed that they were not actually together. The results of the poll are ongoing, but over 100,000 had already put in a vote. Another 27 percent of people said that they had never split. Only 21 percent of followers voted that the couple had gone through a genuine falling out, and then reunited.

But sources have continued to back claims that the couple is genuine, but afraid of public reaction about their reunion.

"They're afraid of backlash, so they're keeping things on the down-low," one source told Us Weekly.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2" will be released in theaters on Nov. 16 with a London premiere set for just a few days before.

 

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