Kristen Stewart films could be boycotted by fans

  • PTI, London
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  • Updated: Aug 02, 2012 17:00 IST
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Robert Pattinson's fans are expected to boycott the future films of Kristen Stewart after the actress cheated on her boyfriend with married director Rupert Sanders.

The 22-year-old actress, who plays Bella Swan in the vampire series opposite Edward Cullen (played By Pattinson), recently admitted that she had cheated on her partner with Snow White And The Huntsman filmmaker, reported Sun online.

"Kristen's the most hated woman in Hollywood. Female moviegoers have been looking for a reason not to like her and now they have it.

"Lots of Rob's huge army of female fans will boycott her films. It's going to be a long road for her to come back, professionally as well as personally," a source said.

 

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