Kristen Stewart, whom some fans will probably always remember for her role as Bella Swan on “The Twilight Saga,” will soon bring to life Snow White on the big screen in the gritty “Snow White and the Huntsman.” She covers Elle, the June 2012 issue, to promote it.
To spice things up, the interviewer didn't just sit down with the actress for a face-to-face talk, opting to accompany her around town, as she drove and went shopping for books.
Among many other things, Kristen also opened up a bit about her boyfriend Robert Pattinson and a mysterious ring she's wearing.
As fans must already know, Kristen and Robert have been linked romantically in the press ever since the first “Twilight” film came out but, for a very long time neither they nor the studio wanted to confirm the reports.
Fans kept on wishing the romance in the film extended into real life as well and, eventually, they got their wish: photos of Rob and Kristen together, blurry at first, emerged online.
In previous interviews, Stewart dropped hints about the much mediated romance but, in this one, she leaves no room for doubt.
Seeing the Maupassant novel “Bel Ami,” she gushes, “Oh my God, my [expletive]-ing boyfriend just did this movie. The French, they’re up in arms that he did it.”
Here is all the confirmation fans needed that they're a couple – assuming, of course, that some still doubted it or even believed this whole relationship thing was a PR stunt pulled by the movie studio to keep interest in the films going.
Later on, Kristen also talks about a “mysterious” ring on her finger, sending the blogosphere into a frenzy of speculation that it could be anything from a gift she treasures to a promise ring, an engagement bauble or even a wedding ring.
“Everyone wants to know,” she says when asked of the gold ring on her index finger. “Everyone knows already – it’s ridiculous,” she adds, shaking her head.
In the same interview, Kristen talks about her love of books and which of them she would love to see brought to the big screen with herself as lead, working with various people, and training and learning to ride horses for “Snow White and the Huntsman.”
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