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Love It or Leave It: Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson at The Breaking Dawn Premiere

A photo of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson

It’s that time, guys. The second part of Breaking Dawn, the last Twilight movie ever (probably), is being released on Friday. You know what that means? It means a lot of things, but right now it means that the official premieres are starting up, which in turn means that we get to start seeing official photos of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson and everybody else, all dressed up. Isn’t that fun?

That picture up there was taken last night at the Hollywood premiere, and don’t they both look so gorgeous? What I’m saying is, doesn’t Kristen Stewart look so gorgeous? I’m not a fan of hers, but even I can admit when she rocks a look, and she is really, really rocking this. The hair, the makeup, that dress. Doesn’t that dress look amazing? I thought so, until I saw the whole thing:

A photo of Kristen Stewart

The skirt is sheer, and that’s really sad. She still looks so, so good, and the dress is still lovely, but I just … I don’t know, I just can’t approve of sheer formal dresses. And it’s even worse, because this probably would have been Kristen’s best look ever, for me, at least, if that damn skirt wasn’t sheer. It’s a sad day, friends.

What do you think about her dress? Are you pumped for the premiere, or are you more excited that it will finally be over soon?

Quotables: Kristen Stewart Doesn’t Get Twilight

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“Flop the roles. If Bella was a vampire and Edward was the human and you changed nothing but the genders, none of that criticism would exist. It would be ‘Wow, he just laid everything on the line for her. It’s so amazing, and it must take such strength to subject yourself to that.’ Also, the relationship is entirely equal.”

- Kristen Stewart discusses the creepy relationship between Bella and Edward in the Twilight books.

First off, no. This is all wrong. It doesn’t even make sense. People take issue with these books because Bella is a really dull character whose whole entire life revolves around her boyfriend who sneaks into her room to watch her while she sleeps and gets pissed if she talks to other dudes, and that’s sort of a bad role model for the young girls who fell in love with the books. That’s the whole point. Yeah, if you flip the roles then Bella would be the strong, powerful one with stalker tendencies and weird sex hangups, just like if you flipped the roles in the Hunger Games books then Katniss would be a corrupt asshole president trying to ruin Donald Sutherland’s life. Just because it’s a fact doesn’t mean that it’s at all relevant.

Also, no one would even say that. If you changed the genders, people would just be like “hey, look at that creepy bitch. Oh no, your boyfriend’s talking to some girl he used to hang out with when he was little? Better watch him while he sleeps so he doesn’t do anything shady.” It would still provide a bad role model for impressionable girls, just a different one.

And the relationship is entirely equal? Girl. Girl, no. Are you joking? Do you remember anything about the character you’ve played for the past four years? Because that character is not in an equal relationship. The relationship is weird, and it’s obsessive and uncomfortable and unhealthy, but it’s not equal.

Man, how psyched do you think Kristen is going to be when she doesn’t have to talk up Twilight anymore?

Kristen Stewart Would Just Prefer It If Robert Pattinson Didn’t Touch Her

A photo of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart

From New York Daily News:

All eyes the other night were on Robert Pattinson, who couldn’t keep his hands off his little trampire.

Stewart, however, was so noticeably self-conscious about the PDA that it became dinner theater.

“Maybe she’s just not that into you R-Pattz.” one onlooker joked to his table mates as they all marveled over Stewart’s evasiveness. The few diners there agreed that Stewart who famously cheated on her boyfriend of roughly four years last summer didn’t reciprocate.

“Move on!” said one spy, who suggested Pattinson should be more like Leonardo DiCaprio, who’s well known for loving and leaving lingerie models.

Joined by Sienna Miller, nightlife impresario Nur Khan and Lindsay Lohan’s BFF Gavin Doyle, the star crossed couple arrived separately to a dinner party at Graydon Carter’s Beatrice Inn.

R-Pattz popped in around 10 p.m. He was nursing a beer and chatting with pals when a casually dressed Stewart, who’d stopped off to change out of the A.L.C. leather dress she’d worn to a midtown screening of “On the Road,” arrived half an hour later.

Immediately, diners at a nearby table felt a chill in the air. “She just took his hand off her butt!” exclaimed one nearby diner as Stewart held Pattinson’s paw, seemingly to stop it from roaming. Later, Stewart sheepishly turned her head when he moved in for a smooch.

According to a spy, Stewart said: “Don’t kiss me.”

Despite their chemistry — or lack thereof — Stewart and Pattinson headed uptown to Khan’s club The Electric Room after finishing dinner around 1 a.m.

On Wednesday, Stewart appeared on “Today” to promote “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2,” in which she stars with Pattinson.

When host Savannah Guthrie asked Stewart about their relationship, the elusive actress said: “I’m going to let people watch whatever little movie they think our lives are … keep ’em guessing, I always say.”

There have been several reports like this lately: Rob and Kristen are out together, he’ll try to be affectionate, and she won’t have any of it. That’s sad, isn’t it? It’s sad if this is a real relationship because he loves her but she obviously isn’t into it anymore, and it’s sad if it’s a staged relationship because he looks kind of like a loser. There’s just no winning in a relationship with Kristen Stewart, is there?