It’s now been widely thought that Robert Pattinson will choose not to disclose his thoughts on the turmoil between himself and Hollywood actress Kristen Stewart as the couple maintain their distance despite reports that the actor is considering giving Kristen Stewart another chance.
huffpo: On Monday at 11 p.m. EDT, the first Robert Pattinson interview will air since Kristen Stewart confessed to cheating on the “Twilight” hunk. But anyone who tunes into “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” on Comedy Central expecting Robert to break down and tell all should think again.
“It has been made clear to producers at ‘The Daily Show’ and ‘Good Morning America,’ where Rob will appear Wednesday, that the interview is to promote his new movie ‘Cosmopolis,'” a TV insider tells me.
Nevertheless there will be no shortage of interest as the actor returns to the public eye after keeping a very low public profile since pictures of his (ex?) girlfriend canoodling with ‘Snow White and Huntsman,’ director Rupert Sanders first emerged 3 weeks ago. Fans will be desperate to see if his countenance betrays any sign of thought or conflict as he takes to the Daily Show.
Continues huffpo: He knows he’s going to get asked the question and will have a prepared answer for it, then after that he will move on to talking about his film. You have to remember it’s an interview, not an interrogation. Both shows are total pros and will handle the situation with class, and in Jon’s case, a little humor.”
Pattinson has a long history of not discussing the intimate details of his personal life and that isn’t about to change tonight.
At this stage Robert Pattinson might make a slight reference to his recent troubles in keeping with the humanity of his persona and the knowledge that his fans might want to see at the very least he is handling the umbrage with a strong show of face. Not that he might have to act a little for tonight’s interview to make sure he portrays the ‘correct’ disposition to see him through the next few challenging weeks.
Then this was this comment that caught my eye too: Not at all. Stewart is the master of soft lob questions when he has to be.