Following years of silence about "Twilight," Robert Pattinson has spoken up. Apparently, he wants to do a reboot of the franchise but he wants a "subverted" version of it. Kristen Stewart has yet to officially comment on the remark of her ex-boyfriend.
According to Hypable, Robert Pattinson revealed in a recent interview that he wants to see "Twilight" in the big screens again. For the former flame of Kristen Stewart, there is a "radical way of doing it." It would also be interesting to see the pair reunite in the franchise sometime in the near future.
The outlet notes that this generation is fond of remakes and revivals. If a "Twilight" subverted version takes place, fans of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart would definitely support the reboots. However, it remains to be seen if the former couple would like to reunite in a big screen revival.
As fans know, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have been at odds since they broke up. The issue started when the "Personal Shopper" actress was photographed kissing her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director. The "Twilight" stars broke up briefly and tried to patch things up again. However, their efforts were in vain.
In a Saturday Night Live appearance, Kristen Stewart came out as a member of the LGBT community. She has been dating since then and appears to be happy with new girlfriend Stella Maxwell. The couple were recently spotted in New Orleans. Robert Pattinson, on the other hand, is in a steady relationship with FKA Twigs.
According to Mail Online, Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell went out with a few friends in New Orleans. They couldn't keep their hands off each other. The pair were also photographed doting over a friend's toddler son. Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs, on the other hand, have always been very private about their relationship.
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