Recently we’ve been getting word about Kristen Stewart dropping out of (or getting dropped from) her upcoming projects, leaving many of us to believe that her intention is to say as far away from the limelight as possible. A sequel (or spinoff) to Snow White And The Huntsman is supposed to take place without Kristen (although if you read this article posted by PITNBR Krissy this is not news, nor was Kristen actually dropped), and we found out that the actress did indeed drop out of her upcoming film, Cali. Many people are wondering when she will make her next appearance and we now have confirmation (granted, from the ever-mysterious ‘source’) that Kristen Stewart will attend the red carpet premiere of her highly-anticipated film On The Road, a movie based on the classic Jack Kerouac novel. Deets inside!
E! has the story:
Kristen Stewart is getting ready to come out of seclusion.
Well, not like today, but I can exclusively reveal that Stewart will jet to the Toronto Film Festival next month to support On The Road.
TIFF announced yesterday that the movie adaptation of the classic Jack Kerouac novel would have a special presentation screening during the fest. The date will be announced on Aug. 21.
“Kristen will be there,” a source says.
But will TIFF mark her first red carpet appearance since her cheating scandal erupted last month? We’re not sure just yet because there’s still no word if Stewart will be attending the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 6.
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So there you have it. She lives! And we’ll all get to see what Eve after the fall looks like, lol. Okay but seriously, who’s dying to see Kristen in real life? We’ve seen Robert Pattinson do a couple of interviews (and handle them quite well, I think) but when Kristen arrives on that carpet will all hell break loose? One wonders if she would have been better off doing a one-on-one interview first, but there’s probably no perfect version of this story. Someone cheated, we’re all mad, that’s basically it.
If Kristen does indeed hit the carpet it will definitely be interesting to see how she responds to the inevitable barrage of questions; any ideas as to how she will (or should) react?