The love between Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, was it a montage?

This was made known by the same actress who, after many years, told the truth of this famous relationship that made many of us dream, and that obviously hurt us when they ended.

Every time a little more is known about what is hidden behind the courtship that united the protagonist couple for five years Twilight. And every time it is seen with more clarity that everything was a montage.

The actress has decided to speak for the first time since they broke up with her co-star. Although she never says that it was a 100% lie, Stewart assures that people (and the companies that were behind the tape) they wanted both of them to be together so much that it ended “becoming a product”.

And it turned out very well for both of them and for the distributor of the saga. And it is that the Twilight saga managed to raise more than $3.3 billion all over the world. A figure too large for the protagonists to spoil it. That is why there is talk of a contract by which both could not break while the saga was on broadcast.

When they ended their relationship, the rumors about the alleged reasons for the breakup were immediate, highlighting Robert’s inability to overcome the affair that Kristen had with the film director. Rupert Sanders and the end of the contract that both had signed and according to which they had to be a couple for a specific time.

After this, the final blow came to begin to ensure that the relationship between the two actors was a great assembly of the industry of Hollywood. She started dating women. “I would never have talked about my relationships before but once I started dating girls, it seemed like there was an opportunity to represent something very positive”.

“People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that they turned our relationship into a product. It wasn’t real life anymore. And that disgusted me”stated Stewart in reference to the fact that he had a love relationship with his scene partner due to pressure from fans.

Taken from Enfeminine