Kristen Stewart dropped from ‘SWATH’ sequel, now it’s just ‘The Huntsman’

Oh no! Bad news for Kristen Stewart. It looks like her career really IS going to take a hit after she Mini-Cooper’d her married director, Rupert Sanders. In the immediate wake of the Sanders-Stewart scandal, it was widely reported that Kristen was still attached to a sequel of Snow White and the Huntsman, and although Sanders wasn’t contractually obligated to direct the sequel, he could and might do it. Well… not so much, for some of it. The Hollywood Reporter says that SWATH will be getting a sequel, and that Rupert Sanders might have something to do with it… but Kristen Stewart will not be returning. It’s just going to be about “The Huntsman” now. Which means another vehicle for Chris Hemsworth:

Universal has decided to shelf its planned Snow White and the Huntsman sequel and is instead focusing on a solo Huntsman movie starring Chris Hemsworth. Kristen Stewart will not be invited to return if the follow-up goes forward.

Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the sequel to June’s Snow White, which starred Stewart, Hemsworth and Charlize Theron, is being reconceived as a spinoff movie. It’s unclear whether director Rupert Sanders will return, though one source with ties to the production says he will.

However, screenwriter David Koepp, who had been hired to pen the continuation of the original film, is being settled out of his rich contract, according to sources, as the project is being transformed into something other than the movie that Koepp had been hired to write.

“The studio is currently exploring options to continue the franchise,” a Universal spokeswoman says.

The move comes in the wake of Stewart, 22, and the married Sanders, 41, apologizing publicly for a romantic affair after compromising photos of the duo were published in July. (Stewart was dating her Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson.) While it might have been awkward for Stewart and Sanders to reunite for a sequel, it is not clear why the decision to move forward without Stewart was made.
It is highly unusual for Hollywood studios to drop stars of franchises between the first and second installments. The original plan, according to sources, was to make two films featuring the Snow White character and a third film spinning off the Huntsman, similar to how Fox’s X-Men series has spun off Wolverine.

It’s far from clear whether a Snow White follow-up will ever get made. The movie was a modest hit for Universal, grossing $389.2 million worldwide on a budget of about $170 million. But Stewart, one of Hollywood’s top stars thanks to the Twilight franchise, commands a hefty salary. Declining to pick up her option would shave millions from the budget of a second movie.

Universal is looking for a new writer, and insiders hope to start filming in July when Hemsworth, who also stars in Marvel’s Thor series, becomes available.

[From The Hollywood Reporter]

The wording on this is very weird. At first, I really thought it was the studio completely behind this decision, but after re-reading the report… I’m not so sure. I think Kristen Stewart might have gone to the studio with some qualms about the sequel, and they were like, “Eh, maybe we just won’t have you in the sequel anyway” and Kristen rolled her eyes and said “Whatever, dude.” It just feels more like a mutual split rather than a studio bouncing Kristen from a sequel. It feels like Kristen is trying to pull back from roles that will “look bad” – like playing a trampy little thing in Cali, or working with Rupert Sanders again in a SWATH sequel.

Maybe she just needs or wants some time off. Which might not be the worst thing. Whenever a young actor gets in over their head, I always suggest it: take a year off, get out of LA, get out of your own headspace. Go travel the world, do some charity work and come back in a year, refreshed and ready to work. Kristen should do that.

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  1. Phaedra says:

    She is so immature with the finger. I felt really awkward when I saw that photo for the first time. I wonder how Charlize and Chris thought about it..

    I think too it will be good if she ‘disappears’ for a year and comes back refreshed and act like a mature girl, instead of a brat.

  2. teehee says:

    And what repercussions does Rupert get??

    • ORLY says:

      No one gives a crap about the unknown director.
      Sad, but true.
      The more famous of the pair will get the brunt of the backlash.

    • gg says:

      He privately gets his sliced gonads served up as Testes Rockefeller by his wife.

    • Gia says:

      The shame of having his children know that he banged a young starlet without any consideration for his wife and their mother. No job or amount of money can equal that punishment. And rightly so.

    • Jaded says:

      He gets kicked out of his wife’s bed for an indeterminate period of time. He gets forced into couples therapy (it’s painful, believe me, I’ve done it). He gets a relationship with his wife that won’t be stronger as a result of his fling with Kristen, it will be weaker and his wife will never cease being suspicious of his every movement. Sounds like fun eh??!

    • The Original Mia says:

      A divorce, child support payments, alimony and the scorn of millions of RPattz stans for hurting their emo idol.

    • geekychick says:

      Another movie, and rights for that movie bought just for him (by the same studio, Universal), as one commenter below told us.
      Re: all of you who replied to Teehee (sp?)-those are his personal consequences. Stewart obviously suffered professionally (and personally), so the question still remains-what are the consequences, in business, for him??
      And we still don’t know if Ross will divorce him-and I’m not their friend, so I really don’t know if he’s sleeping on the couch or going into therapy.
      I mean, HW marriage-we all saw what was behind Katie and Tom’s, who knows what’s behind other ones in HW?

      • Bugsrunny says:

        Stewart may have suffered professionally–that’s still unclear. But what’s clear is that she’s enduring a very public, very bloodthirsty shaming. Whether she deserves it or not is a matter of opinion. My question is, why hasn’t Rupert been shamed as well? Especially by those people who are shaming Kristen? He’s married, he has kids, he was Kristen’s titular boss in SWATH, why isn’t the media even briefly castigating his choices? I mean, if you think Kristen deserves shaming then you have to think Rupert does as well, right?

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        “My question is, why hasn’t Rupert been shamed as well?”

        Are we still asking this question? RS is not getting the thrashing that he deserves because his public persona was pretty much non-existant prior to this scandal. Kristen Stewart, on the other hand, has been in the spotlight for quite some time and has become Public Enemy #1 with a lot of people. People already had a very strong level of dislike for her prior to this scandal, so this is basically an Xmas present to those who already thought she was sketchy. It’s confirming what they already thought/knew about her and that makes people happy.

        EDIT: I’m not saying that these people are happy that she had a hand in wrecking a marriage, just that they’re happy to see her go up in flames and get knocked off the proverbial pedestal.

      • Bugsrunny says:

        I see that, and I agree–but I think it’s a bit more than that, that it’s not so black and white and doesn’t only hinge on who’s popular and who’s not. Lainey today mentions the Meg Ryan/Russell Crowe fallout. The standards are always different for the woman. And in this case, I think Sanders should be held to a higher standard even than Kristen (he’s married, after all), and the truth is, he hasn’t been.

      • carolina says:

        oh no, they are definitely happy original kitten, make no mistake about that. Gleeful is more like it.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        @ Bugs-you’re preaching to the choir here :)
        I was completely indifferent to KS before this scandal hit and frankly, I’m still indifferent towards her. I think what she did was effed up but it doesn’t make me hate her. I also agree that the majority of the onus should be on the man that made a false promise to uphold his vows.

        I’m also not saying that misogyny doesn’t play a part in people’s reactions but I think women are quick to crucify other women, period. And I’m not speaking in regards to just cheating, I mean women skewer other women over their appearance, who they date, etc. We just have higher standards for each other than men do. It’s expected that we’ll do the right thing, whereas men are expected to act up. I’m sure we could go even further and expand upon the biological connection in the sense that women carry babies, men do not. Of course, then you have the counter-argument; that it’s not exactly in line with feminism to support other women who some might say are devoid of morals simply because we share the same gender. *shrugs*

        I still maintain that RS would be getting his fair share of sh*t (at least on this board) if he was, say, Brad Pitt. People feel like they know Brad Pitt-they have an investment with him that they don’t with Sanders.
        And I also maintain that if Stewart was more media-friendly, more fan-friendly, and more PR-savvy that she would generate more sympathy from people.

        PS: I’d still rather be a woman and have people expect more from me than to be a man and have others assume that I’ll be so weak-willed as to succumb to temptation. I think it’s a testament to women in general that intelligence, sensitivity and self-control are qualities that women expect from one another.

      • Bugsrunny says:

        @OrigKitten: You’re soso right. After all the Brange drama went down, I remember talking to a girlfriend about how their affair was portrayed–the fact that Ang got loads of shit and Brad, the married man, got none. She said she thought that was appropriate–that when her husband travels for business, she expects the women he meets to respect his wedding ring. She was really clear about it: She expects random women to respect the fact that her husband’s married more than he does. I said, don’t you think that’s a little patronizing–the idea that your husband isn’t capable of upholding his vows on his own. And she laughed at me, as tho that were an absurd, hysterical notion.

      • Tiffany says:

        So well said, Originalkitten!!!

      • geekychick says:

        Original Kitten, I agree with you on most of what you said (ok,I like Stewart), but I wanted to add one thing: I totally look at this: “women expect women to have higher standards/moral/compassion than men” as something negative: it’s excusing men as children, with no responsibility and putting huge responsibility on our gender; also, I think that’s rooted in general insecurity and cultural history.
        It’s easier to turn against a woman, than man. Even in this day and age. Even when the woman is highly-paid actress who played title role, and the man is some lowly and sleazy first-time director in full-blown middle-age crisis.

    • Nan says:

      What? You expected a married man getting some public/professional repercussions because of an affair with a little thing that worked for him? /sarcasm

    • flan says:

      That is Hollywood men rallying behind him. They always do that, since they can’t stand the idea that a man gets punished.

      It’s also the reason I won’t be watching this movie if Rupert is attached, Hemsworth or no Hemsworth.

  3. Bubbling says:

    I feel bad for her, I really do. Even the best of us make mistakes, at least we don’t have to put up with such public repercussions.

  4. Mia 4S says:

    Eh, they had been talking about this well before the scandal. As horrifying as it is to say; the movie made nearly $400 million worldwide, and that’s not enough to qualify it as a real smash hit with its budget. That wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing if the movie was well-received…but it wasn’t. One of the big salaries had to go and it wasn’t going to be Hemsworth.

    • Ali says:

      Shhh. Don’t mention the truth. It takes away from the narrative that her career is over.

      • lola says:

        haha, I just said the same thing down below. Seriously, people just like to be dramatic.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Shannon posted a Hitfix link down below which basically says that Universal has not committed to anything re: SWATH. Nobody’s been fired, nobody’s been hired, several drafts of the sequel have been bounced around. Basically, everything is still up in the air. The only that’s changed is that Koepp is officially off the project. But what headline will get more hits: “David Koepp resigns from SWATH sequel!” or “Kristen Stewart is not re-hired for SWATH sequel!”
        The truth is that she hasn’t been hired (or fired) so I guess it’s not technically inaccurate, but it certainly is misleading.

    • LAK says:

      just a speculative thought…..perhaps they already knew that this deal was done ie no more snow white and therefore technically no longer employer/employee and so could indulge in their affair. if gossip is to be believed,it started after the press tour.

      • OriginalTiffany says:

        LAK, what’s going on? Saw that Prince Phillip has been rushed to hospital! He hasn’t looked good since that bladder infection. I wonder how the Queen will do if he passes?

      • LAK says:

        @Originaltiffany – i think we can safely say that this is the beginning of the end. As much as they try to gloss over it, he has looked unwell for quite some time. I honestly thought the Jubilee was a high point in an otherwise miserable 9mths. And the Olympics showing was horrible. Plus of course they always downplay these things so it sounds less than it actually is.

        However, that’s the third time in 9mths and seeing that DoE is extremely stubborn and of the generation that soldiers on, we can safely say that a hospital stay for ‘observation’ is not good. :(

        I don’t want to think of what HM will do when he passes. Not just because of who she is but simply because of her age. he has been her companion since 18. Knew all her family intimately etc. I was rather sad for her when Margaret and her mother died but losing DoE means she is alone. until her death. Her longevity genes give her probability of hanging on for quite some time. shudder. old people like that should die together.

      • Genevieve says:

        @ LAK and OTiff…

        I am so saddened by this. I absolutely adore DoE. Clan in GB and I have discussed this since his hospitalization earlier in the year.

        Although I would never wish anyone’s early demise, it is almost the kindest act for both in such a long term marriage to go one after the other. I’ve seen both cases, and they’re equally sad. While I’m aware that HM’s death would be unthinkable…to the world, really…it’s just as mournful to see a woman of her age all alone.

        I will pray for the DoE and HM. Would that ANY younger members of the remaining RF were even remotely ready to rule. That family….:(

        A spoiled lot, God Save the Queen.

    • Reece says:

      You speak the truthiness of it.

    • apsutter says:

      TBH the studio tried to minimize her as much as they possibly could in this movie. She was barely in the trailers and clearly wasn’t the stand-out star in the movie. Went with a friend to see it and we were dreading seeing her guppy face but were pleasantly surprised that she wasn’t shown that much.

  5. lola says:

    I get why having her as SW isn’t exactly a good idea anymore. But If she gets dropped, the skeezy director dude should get dropped too. He was the weakest link in that movie. I doubt a sequel will even be made, Helmsworth has Avengers and thor as his bread and butter.

    • Mia 4S says:

      If a sequel is made it is for one reason. Universal is DESPERATE for franchises. They have Fast and Furious…and that’s about it. Bourne was a solid base hit this weekend but not a home run. They have no Harry Potters or Batmans or Marvel, and they want a piece. It’s the only explanation because no one is clamoring for this sequel.

      If they dump her it’s because they don’t feel she’s worth the money, plain and simple. It’s giving them too much credit to think this is some kind of “morality” play.

      • LAK says:

        I agree with @Mia 4s. Sequels are about money. nothing else. I was surprised that Universal was doing this sequel because it really isn’t the studio for THIS type of film or any attendant sequel franchises.

      • Tiffany says:

        “If they dump her it’s because they don’t feel she’s worth the money, plain and simple”

        Not quite. How could a Snow White story continue without the stepmother saga? The stepmother battle is what DEFINES the character of Snow White. Ron Meyer (head of Universal) said in April before the movie came out that they were thinking about sequels, but obviously the Snow White story couldn’t continue and they would focus on the Huntsman.

        Being that Meyer said this in April, it is REALLY SHAMEFUL of THR to try and suggest that Stewart was “fired” or “dropped”.

  6. says:

    Probably a good decision for her. I would think she would want to stay away from anything that would remind everyone of the cheating scandal.

  7. marie says:

    If they did a follow up, where would they go with it? What would Snow White go up against?? A spin off seems far more likely, I don’t think she was fired..

  8. SmokeyBlues says:

    Yeah that pic of her giving the finger exemplifies everything I don’t like about her. It’s so immature and attention-seeking in the wrong way. Get some class! She is gross. I agree that she should go do some charity work for a while, and check her immature little girl attitude.

  9. Bored suburbanhousewife says:

    Seeing KS doing her nasty face finger flip at C&C made me start hearing a sarcastic overdub of Stevie Wonder’s “Isnt She Lovely?” in my head.

    Pre scandal I wondered why this fortunate girl chose to act the part of “lil miss badass” as our beloved Crystal called her yesterday.

    I think I may finally have a clue! Check out these photos of her mom in the DM:

    She looks like an older, meatier Kristin. She’s Big Mrs Badass!

    • Aussie girl says:

      Thanks for the link. Wow k-stews momma is a bad ass on a push bike! Oh & she is an Aussie too! These two things I never knew.

    • pretty says:

      I also kind of get why Kristen is the way she is now.
      Have you seen her dad? Like, Kristen’s dad and mom look like 1980′s hippies. lol..

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        I want to like her mom for staying mum on the affair, but I’m not sure she isn’t cashing in on her daughter’s name. She wasn’t directing before her daughter skyrocketed to fame but now, all of a sudden, she’s working on her directorial debut?

        @pretty, I think her mom is more Rockabilly than hippie.

      • LAK says:

        @MorticiansDoItDeader – her mother has worked for years as a script supervisor. That means she’s worked with directors for years and has probably learnt alot in the process.

        Sure her directorial debut came when her daughter became famous, but so what? Don’t we all use the connections we have/get?

        In this case, it doesn’t appear to be a toxic use of those connections like some others can/have been.

        It’s the people who gave her the platform to direct who are being shallow in this instance because they think that by backing the mother, they can get a slice of the daughter. I am not going to castigate the mother for taking advantage of the opportunity.

      • Chatcat says:

        @pretty … we did not have hippies in the 80′s we had burn-outs (hippies were 60′s/early 70s’)

        @mort “I think her mom is more Rockabilly than hippie.” I think you are being extremely gracious! lol

      • carolina says:

        Her mom has some tats and a gangster bike – that doesn’t make her anything more than a Angeleno mom.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @lak, that’s another way of looking at it. Although I’d prefer to get there on my own merit rather than ride anyones coat tails. People tend to have more respect for those who’ve earned their place (rather than those who’ve been given things because of who they are or who they know), and oftentimes those who work their way up are better at their jobs.

        @chat, haha. I have a “rockabilly” friend who looks A LOT like this. She’s a cheap beer swilling, bandana wearing, vintage car driving, tattooed mama. Mrs Stewart here reminds me of her.

      • LAK says:

        @MorticiansDoItDeader – Firstly, i agree 100% with what you have said. However, the saying ‘it’s not what you know but who you know’ is also true whatever your station in life. If a door opens because of your connections, why refuse to go through it? Isn’t that what networking is all about, to meet people who can open the doors for us especially if we were not born to it? Some people’s doors are their relatives. Assuming they are talented hard working people, it doesn’t negate their success. Looking at Hollywood, most of the kids want a piece of their parents’ stardom and use their connections to try and get there, but how many of them make it? The only ones i can think of right now are GOOP and Kate Hudson. Drew Barrymore from a famous acting Dynasty had to fight her way into the spotlight after her golden opportunity was derailed by drugs.

  10. Dana M says:

    I agree. There are so many organizations that she can become involved with internationally. Some charity work would help her image. But most importantly, this would be a good exercise to help her focus on other people not just herself.

  11. carlino altoviti says:

    A Snow Withe’s sequel would have been ridiculous. Snow White marries the prince and they live happily forever, even Hollywood can change the story.

  12. CTgirl says:

    Wow. KS is becoming the poster child for how to crap on your own career and alienate potential employers. She is quickly becoming a cautionary tale and cliche. The interesting thing is that the dislike the she earned for her affair with a married man is amplified by her bad attitude before the scandal. Goes to show that Karma is only as bitchy as you are.

    • Chatcat says:

      Oh CT … you said it so well! She is toxic right now and it isn’t just because up of her mini cooper munch session with Ruppy, it’s a culmination of all her antics and her attitude leading up to the big-event-caught-on-film-that-caused-a public-apology-that-labeled-her-a-home wrecker. Karma, you reap what you sow, you get what you give, every action has a reaction, KLewd is being held accountable. Oh, and I don’t believe for one minute that they will keep Ruppy involved. The studio is just beheading them one at a time.

    • lola says:

      this is almost media manufactured at tihs point, not a reality. The Universal head had already mentioned before SWATH even came out that they were planning on making the sequel a huntsmen spinoff since snow white’s story was done. This is old news, given a more fresh spin to dramatize the whole Scarlet Letter narrative that the public is enthralled with.

      She nabbed Lie Down in Darkness in the midst of the scandal, and she still has strong industry ties. the media is milking the drama.

      eta: Karma apparently doesn’t much power in hollywood, since Ashton Kutcher was actually rewarded with a sweet gig when he got caught cheating. His trick got a magazine cover to boot.

  13. me says:

    Maybe she should take a break and come back with a refreshing comedy so she looks like a less miserable human being….with some lip biting range….

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      Thank you so much for posting this link, Shannon! I love Hitfix and I really really detest media manipulation/story distortion for the sake of sensationalism. This says it all:

      “I think people want to believe the idea that Hollywood is going to punish the sexually active young woman while rewarding the cheating husband. I think people like that version of the story because it allows them to rail about how sexually screwed up Hollywood is and how the institutionalized misogyny punishes actresses in ways that actors don’t have to deal with, and while all of that might actually be the case, this is not that story.”

      “Is Rupert Sanders a box-office draw? Nope. Is Kristen Stewart? Arguably. When they’re making the big decisions on the next film, box-office is going to be far more important to that conversation that who did what with who in a marital indiscretion.”

      So in short the only thing that’s changed is Koepp is off the project. The Hollywood Reporter should be ashamed.

      • Chatcat says:

        Hi Kitten…I really don’t care if they do another movie or not, who stars in it or who directs it, but if any of this were true, I belive the studio would distance itself from both parties.

        Oh, and check your FB page. :)

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        YAY CHAT! :D
        Now I have almost the whole C/B family on there…except Bella. I love your Lab! I’m going to have to peruse photos later :D

        And yes I am VERY curious as to how Universal will handle this. I expect a lot of audience testing and research will go into things before they do any official hiring.

      • Chatcat says:

        Yeah! My Bailey girl is my only girl! Can’t have a kitty because #2 son is extremely allergic :( My bf’s daughter has a beautiful fiesty kitty that I adore and spend as much time with as a I can for my fix!

      • Genevieve says:

        @ O Kitten:…

        Just read the HitFix article, grateful for some news that the spin masters haven’t gotten ahold of!

        Question: How exactly DOES one become FB friends with CB members? I would be terrified to reveal my email or my name on a public site, but would REALLY enjoy adding some friends here…including yourself.

        How does that even work?!

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        @ Gen-with Tiff it was easier because her hubby is a well-known musician (drummer for Tears for Fears etc) so I searched his name, then found her, then FB requested Mort by finding her on Tiff’s page.
        I think we’re all in the same boat as you-we enjoy the anonymity of posting here and I know that personally it’s taken me a few years posting here for me to feel safe revealing any personal details. But there are a core group of posters here that I really adore and I am thrilled to have them as FB friends :)
        Do you have your real name as your FB name?

        @Chat-your family is so adorable! So neat to see pics of the boys that you always talk about :)

      • the original bellaluna says:

        OKitt, wait what? You didn’t get my info from OTiff? (It’s my real name.)

        Gen, oh, I would love that too! I’m friends with OTiff & Mort & skuddles. (Mind those stitches, madame!) ;)

        (Please pardon me while I beat up my computer. I’m suffering FB technical difficulties.)

      • Chatcat says:

        Ah Kitten…thank you. They are my pride and joy. I am not very good at picture taking or posting pictures though :(

        BTW … I knew you were beautiful on the inside and the outside goes perfectly with the inside! :)

      • Bo says:

        I dont know that this article makes it any different. They had a sequel to snow white planned. Thats now been put aside, The writer for that has been released from his contract. And they are focusing on creating a spin off as a star vehicle for Hemsworth. It does seem like kristen is no longer an integral part of their plans. Which is more less the same thing. The studio would have gone with Kristen if they felt like that was the big money maker. Obviously they dont. The director probably wont keep the job either.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Aw thanks, Chat *blushing* :)

        @ Bella-No, I didn’t get the info..your name here is real name? Your first name I mean?

      • Genevieve says:

        @ O Kitten:…

        Yes, my FB name is my REAL name…that makes it not so easy for any of us to connect from a security point of view :( Maybe we could figure out a way to deposit info in different posts, instead of just throwing our personal stuff out there, so that we can hook up on FB…?

        @ O Bella…

        THRILLED you’d like to connect via FB, as you were one of the people I was going to try to link to, with your permission. I feel that some of you girls are pulling my very thoughts and experiences out of my brain in your posts, it would be nice to be able to chat via email or FB. It’s taken me a while to pinpoint some of you, but my biggest fear is having one of the *nasties* who post here get my info. Thoughts?

      • the original bellaluna says:

        OKitt & Gen, OTiff & I are FB friends, she’s got my info (it’s my real name – my initials are LE). OTiff can lead you to me, once you’ve found her. (Thanks, OTiff) :D

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        I think I found you Bella! Sent request…

    • MSL says:

      Thanks for the link.
      Factual, objective information for a change, and no spin – very refreshing.

    • Janet says:

      The Hitfix article is excellent and they seem to be a lot more reliable than Gossipcop. Gossipcop was one of the first to run that fake story that KStew got the part in Lie Down In Darkness over Jennifer Lawrence and then they tripped all over themselves backtracking.

    • mayamae says:

      I could care less about Kristen Stewart. I haven’t seen or read any of the twilight crap. But the morality police here and elsewhere are making me sick.

      It’s said at least half of married people commit adultery. I’m sure in Hollywood that statistic is much higher. I don’t know about any of you but I don’t want my entertainment censored by hypocritical puritans.

      Please no snide comments about me being a cheater. I never have been nor have I been involved with a man involved elsewhere.

      So many celebritie’s careers continue to blossom after doing things far worse than cheating. May I suggest just a few? Mel Gibson, Michael Jackson, John Travolta, Mike Tyson, Tom Cruise, Roman Polanski, R. Kelly, Michael Vick, Blake Shelton (animal killer and cheater). Some of these guys were only accused of crimes but many believe they were guilty. I’m sure there are a ton of women as well but these immediately came to mind.

      To make a list of actors who cheated openly while their careers thrived would take all day – you get my point.

      Just be honest. Many simply don’t like this girl, find her ungrateful and arrogant, and probably resent the fact that someone so lacking in talent has become incredibly famous and wealthy.

      But please, enough with the moral b.s. Many of us love Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Penelope Cruz, Josh Duhamel, Jude Law, etc. All cheaters with very few people praying for the destruction of their careers.

      Off topic but wanted to share: I just read that Christian Bale used Tom Cruise as inspiration for American Psycho. I never knew that but I love it!

  14. Talie says:

    Well, the movie was not exactly a huge hit, but it did well enough. I just don’t think a sequel would’ve been wise. Chris should be careful as well, this is like the third franchise film he’s signed onto.

  15. Riana says:

    I bet there’s still someone who thinks this is all part of some super-convoluted plan.

    As for any sexism claim I’m betting right now Rupert will see a leprechaun before he sees himself directing that movie. Universal couldn’t publicly fire them together without hurting the brand even more. Kristin gets the public shaft since she was supposed to be the big box office draw “She won’t be in the sequel, please come see it” and Rupert gets the quiet letter a few months down the line that cements “If you think we’ll trust you with our money or equipment ever again you’ve lost your obviously impaired mind”

    Yeah the cheating made them both douchebags, but more than that it showed SUCH a total lack of professionalism. This was the big break for both of them and now they both have this stain on their careers. 

    Kristin will forever get the casting couch side-eye and Rupert will be begging for whatever scraps any studio will give him. Considering this could have really helped him provide for his family and his actions have set him back years I’m really disgusted by him.

    • Carlotta Love says:

      Yeah, I think that’s a stretch. If movie industry execs didn’t want to make movies with douchebags or assholes, how would Michael Bay keep getting hired? It’s always about money. It’s a business.

      Yes, KS and RS are liabilities at the moment, but in a few months, who will care? There will likely be many more scandals to entertain us by then. The whole “They’ll always be tainted professionally by this scandal!” drama is a bit much. Personally? Yes, they’ll both suffer consequences. Professionally? I kind of doubt it for the long term.

    • Carlotta Love says:

      Yeah, I think that’s a stretch. If movie industry execs didn’t want to make movies with d-bags or a-holes, how would Michael Bay keep getting hired? It’s always about money. It’s a business.

      Yes, KS and RS are liabilities at the moment, but in a few months, who will care? There will likely be many more scandals to entertain us by then. The whole “They’ll always be tainted professionally by this scandal!” drama is a bit much. Personally? Yes, they’ll both suffer consequences. Professionally? I kind of doubt it for the long term.

    • nina says:

      actually no – Rupert won’t be begging for scraps at all. Deadline just reported that Universal, the same studio that houses SWATH, just acquired the rights to a crime novel adaption specifically FOR Sanders.

      He’s not going anywhere, and it looks like he doesn’t even have to go anywhere far, with Universal sticking by him.

  16. Brittany says:

    How about she just disappear forever…?

  17. EssJjay says:

    lm no Twilight fan but l do feel bad for this girl. A break will definately do her some good…because the more she’s front page news the more studio bosses will want to distance themselves from her… what a shame :-(

  18. EssJjay says:

    lm no Twilight fan but l do feel bad for this girl. A break will definately do her some good…because the more she’s front page news the more studio bosses will want to distance themselves from her… what a shame..

    • CC says:

      yea, sure she the STAR, but why the hell is sanders getting such an easy treatment? First big feature and he does the casting couch/power trip move/whatever and goes after the young starlet. How about blacklisting for any and all feature films? He’s not even a comodity of any sort.

      • Mia 4S says:


        It’s not fair, but Sanders gets a break because he is not a name. No one cares about him and his movies will sell or not sell on their stars and concept, not him. There are very few “name” directors who can spark the general public’s (not just the Internet crowd’s) immediate recognition and interest. Cameron, Spielberg, Scorsesse, George Lucas, Tim Burton, Peter Jackson, Christopher Nolan is there or almost there. Those are examples of the “celebrity” directors who would see far more blowback from such a scandal. Personally I think Universal is underestimating the backlash on him though. The Twihards have long memories. However if Sanders has a strong cast on his next movie, their “names” could cancel out his scandal. His lack of celebrity may save him.

        Again, Universal doesn’t care that Stewart cheated; they care if they can’t sell product on her name.

      • geekychick says:

        @ Mia 4S: But the biggest fault of the film was the director, acording to reviews-everybody said it was too long and that director made the movie unbalanced. Why keep him, then? So, you have a director who’s known for scandal in his first movie ever AND who critics blamed for most of faults in the movie-and you hire him again??
        That’s sexism at work, plain and simple.

      • Becks11980 says:

        @ Geekychick: ITA, in my mind a director is the master craftsman, they should be able to take a bad script, bad acting, wardrobe etc and make the finished product into something that is memorable for the right reasons. I’ve seen great directors work with sub-standard actors and bad scripts turn the final product into something masterful that people want to see again and again. These are the people that a studio, any studio, should employ. Bad directors can make money but this is usually down to the brilliant script, actors and FX and it is rare. IMO bad directors should be shipped off to North Korea, they can start with Uwe Boll :)

      • flan says:

        Keeping him is a dumb move. There are millions of Twilighters who will not see this movie if he directs it.

        Better just let it be done by someone -anyone- else.

  19. ORLY says:

    Kristen should take this opportunity to go to college. Get out of the public eye and get an education.
    See if she can make a comeback in 2 years or so.

    • another nina says:

      Exactly! Preferably to Australia.

    • EmmaStoneWannabe says:

      Or St. Andrews or Oxford…we all know she loves UK guys..eye roll

      • Becks11980 says:

        Noooooooooooo….please nooooooo don’t send her here :(

        Seriously though she should look at doing something outside out acting for a little while, to put this behind her and also grow as a person. I read somewhere that she loved the little dog RP has and helped him get over Parvo?? She could do something like that. I don’t know about the US but there are so many small, privately run rescues in the UK (one of them has a special place in my heart) that would jump at the chance for a celebrity to help them , not just for PR purposes, so I would imagine there are plenty in the LA area. Whatever she does, keeping it quiet and being subtle would be so beneficial for her right now (by subtle I mean no leaked PR and no photo ops, just maybe the odd pic in a newsletter or the odd photo op at a fund raising event).

  20. khaveman says:

    Making out in a car etc., and her offering a lunatic public apology. Two stupid, stupid moves. Or maybe some or all was planned? Who knows.

  21. CC says:

    That “giving the finger” pic is just unprofessional.

    Nothing else to say. This seems highly sensationalized. SWATH just about broke even at the theaters (with the whole only about 50% of gross goes to studios). And you have to factor in that while artistic productions have a different tax bracket, there are still takes to be paid. And the original budget was huge, and xonsidering that KS was likely getting a considerable bite out of it, seems like a logical move.

  22. Julie says:

    it was said its not true on gossipcop. but i believe the hollywood reporter more than gossipcop.

  23. Kasey says:

    So noone thinks its possible that Lily (what’s Rupert’s wife’s name-I’m too lazy to look it up) issued an ultimatum/list of things that had to happen for them to possibly stay together and that not working with her again was a part of the requirement? This could be a suggestion from his side.

  24. Nan209 says:

    I don’t like her as an actor and have never particularly understood her appeal to people. She bores me and offends my snooty brain. Since she’s been foisted upon the Collective I haven’t been able to avoid her.

    ITA agree she needs a year off or two. She needs to marinate a little in real life, not Hollywood life. She definitely needs to get outside of herself and not think too much (she probably thinks too much which when acting can be a problem – the dumb ones are surprisingly effective).

  25. shewolf says:

    Why are their personal lives a consideration in regards to their jobs? She cheated! Who cares!

    • Kolby says:

      Because in that industry public opinion is very important. No one will hire an actor who is hated by audiences. Guaranteed box office failure.

      *Not saying KStew’s hated, just that the things she does outside of her work have an effect on her career, whether she likes it or not.

    • sunmoonstars says:

      Well, I care and so should everyone. If it’s OK to cheat and engage in other similar behavior, then society as a whole stops having standards so everyone just does whatever they want without remorse or regard for the feelings of others. Sure, it’s none of my business what these people do but acting like it’s no big deal that this happens is ridiculous. Back in the “terrible” old days before everyone could do whatever they wanted (now it’s all DON’T JUDGE ME), people actually modified their behavior or at least thought long and hard before they did something wrong because there would be real-world consequences for their actions. Boy I’m sure glad we got rid of pesky notions like shame, respect for others and most of all, not judging anyone on their vile behavior! Yay progress, what a wonderful world we’ve built, where nobody gives a damn about anything but themselves…oops there I go judging again!

      • carolina says:

        the good old days people were more apt to think long and hard? God, that’s sentimentality at its worst. Trust, cheating was going on just as much as it does today, and there was a “don’t ask, don’t tell” like policy in place on top of it culturally that actually worked in men’s favor.

      • sunmoonstars says:

        Oh yeah I forgot where I was for a minute…the site where a woman is NEVER responsible for their actions, it’s that mean ole patriarchy keeping us down! And I never said that cheating DIDN’T happen, I said that people would maybe take the time to think about the consequences of their actions because there WERE consequences, unlike this great progressive equal society we live in. All “equality” has done is made women as nasty and uncaring as guys can be. if you or anyone thinks that’s “progress” or something to strive for, then I honestly don’t know what to say. But I have that feeling around here a lot lol.

      • Samantha says:

        Hollywood has always been like this. Read some Old Hollywood scandals–there’s always been cheating and decadence. It’s just that the studio system kept everything locked down, for the most part, and the tabloid/paparazzi culture didn’t exist like it does today.

        Come on. There’s tons of cheating and incest in the BIBLE. It’s not anything new. More out in the open? Sure. New? No.

      • the original bellaluna says:

        Honey, no disrespect, but take a look around you. We already live in that society.

      • Shelly says:

        She shouldn’t lose her freaking JOB! Look around – no one in Hollyweird would ever be able to work if they punished ALL of the cheaters. The point is not that what she did was wrong (which it was), the point is that she is the only one being singled out.

      • Becks11980 says:

        I think society is all ready screwed tbh, just look around. Doesn’t really matter what corner of the globe you reside :(

      • sunmoonstars says:

        Oh I know society is screwed up, my point is that WE THE MEMBERS of society, can choose what is or isn’t acceptable. If we make excuses for cheaters and continue to act like it’s ok, it’ll never stop. That goes for any unacceptable behavior. I can’t control what others do but for myself, I never support anyone who cheats, steals, hurts animals or children…so as you imagine I never EVER see movies and rarely if ever watch TV (lol yes I do own one but I would sell it in a second if my husband would let me) because I don’t want to enrich people that do things I find abhorrent. I know I’m probably unrealistic but I feel better about myself by not contributing to it.

  26. Holl says:

    She ruined that movie. Charlize deserved a co-star who could actually show emotions. My husband and I saw it and kept laughing at Stewarts terrible accent and serious just lack of presence in the film. She reminded me of breakdown Britney’s VMA performance

  27. Crystal says:

    Ugh, this shitty movie doesn’t even need a sequel.

    I can’t stand K-Bitch but in an industry where men who beat women stil have careers, she does not need to be dropped from anything. That’s just bullshit. And if they’re going to drop K-Bitch then Ruprick needs to go too.

    I love the taste of misogyny in the afternoon.

  28. mln76 says:

    I hate to say this because well it sounds like I’m trying to defend K-Stew and I am really not.
    Over and over again people claimed that Rupert was getting an easier time in the media because he was less famous and I agreed because well he’s less famous.
    Then I thought for a moment. About Michelle Bombshell, Rachel Uchitel, Monica Lewinsky, Rielle Hunter, Jessica Hahn, Donna Rice etc etc. on and on back the 30 years in my pop culture consciousness. Dozens of women whom became infamous soley for sleeping with famous men. Yes some of them courted the fame some of them did tell all interviews and Playboy centerfolds but a couple did their best to keep out of the spotlight and still we all know their names and every detail of their lurid seductions of married men (eventhough Jessica Hahn claimed to be raped).
    So I am going to chime in with the K-Stew chorus not out of any loyalty to the lip-biting dunce.

    Why isn’t Rupert getting skewered in the tabloid press for being a scummy creep?

    • geekychick says:

      because he’s a man, and boys will be boys. and his wife will forgive him, which must mean that the seductress of the century, Stewart, totally trapped him, so why should he be punished? ;)
      #sarcasm, but yes, I think that’s how the most of the media and public presented the whole story.

    • the original bellaluna says:

      mln76, Thank you for saying in such a clear and much less angry way what I was going to say.

      It really chaps my ass that women ACROSS THE BOARD are generally the ones who lose their dignity/careers(NOT including fame-whoring & gold-digging)/lifestyles/public support while the men involved are figuratively slapped in the news and literally slapped on the back for doing the SAME. DAMN. THING.

      (Sorry. There’s that anger thing I told you about.)

    • Anna says:

      That’s exactly my feelings for these news. If Universal keeps Saunders, well shame of them!. Thank God for the hitfix article. I love Chris Hemsworth to be involved in this new mess

      Yes, I still think both -Sauders and Stewart- are guilty for that.

  29. EssJjay says:

    lm no Twilight fan but l do feel bad for this girl. A break will definately do her some good, because the more she’s front page news the more studio bosses will want to distance themselves from her… what a shame..

  30. lucy2 says:

    I don’t get the need for a sequel to begin with, can’t Hollywood just tell a story with an end anymore?
    If they do anything, I think they’d be wise to not have her or the director attached to it.

  31. Adrien says:

    I’m not gonna lie, douchiness aside, I find Rupert Sanders hot, even hotter than Chris Hemsworth. There, I said it. I have a thing for guys wearing Operation Desert Storm camouflage parkas.

  32. The Original Mia says:

    I doubt it’s sexism. Snow White’s journey was essentially over. KStew was meh in the role. Chris Hemsworth’s career is skyrocketing. It isn’t really a stretch to see that the bottom line pushed them to make a decision, not any hypocritical concern about KStew & Sanders having an affair. Is the timing horrible? I suppose so, but life goes on, business goes on and they need to lock Hemsworth into place before something else comes along.

  33. IzzyB says:

    In every still for SWATH she’s looked brain dead and bored.

    Maybe it has nothing to do with the scandal and everything to do with her poor acting and inability to draw in the massive audiences they’d hoped she could?

  34. FreeSpiritedGirl says:

    WOOHOOOO! \m/^_^\m/

  35. Nessa says:

    I don’t care if she got dropped from the sequel or not. The reason I am glad she isn’t in the next film is because she is the most overrated actress ever!!! My god, she is terrible. She sucks at being a person, too. Hopefully she can have some sort of epiphany about that while she’s in hiding.

  36. geekychick says:

    I don’t think it was a mutual split, and when this whole scandal first came up, I said that this is what I’m afraid of: a career of a 22 year old young girl/woman/adult took a hit, and she was dropped from a movie, and a 40+ director who’s married (who didn’t get stellar reviews and it was his first movie) is good enough for the studio. THAT is misogyny in HW , and that’s what makes me upset. I don’t really care about Pattinson or Stewart, they’re not my friends and I didn’t light a candle for them while sobbing and praying for their poor hearts, but I do care about the fact that “liberal” HW, in 2012., will drop a female lead bc she cheated on a bf, and keep the married man with whom she cheated with. I’m sorry, but Chris Brown has a career and is hugely popular-and Stewart gets booted… words. ugh.
    I have a feeling she wants the time off, but if she doesn’t, I recommend European films: yeah, maybe they’re small budget and everything, but it’s more about art and craft, less about your virginal purity.

    • Anna says:

      I have a feeling she wants the time off, but if she doesn’t, I recommend European films: yeah, maybe they’re small budget and everything, but it’s more about art and craft

      So, she just need two little things she didn’t have – talent and humilty. You said it, European films are about art and talent and she’s not exactly the Meryl Streep of her generation, especially when in Europe there are way better actresses at the same age – Few days ago I saw “Pure” and then I recall seeing “A Royal Affair”. I was impressed by Alicia Vikander. More bautiful and talented than Stewart

  37. Anon says:

    I hope Ms Stewart will recover fully from this public shaming. I have not seen her work but wish that she continues to have a successful career. Young people do dumb things; I will not proport to know the whole story but am uncomfortable in how she was treated. I hope she grows from this experience and eventually forgives herself. Live and Learn!

  38. olivia says:

    I don’t really see how this is any different from Kate Moss being dropped from Chanel after the cocaine scandal, Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant losing endorsement deals, Chad Ochocino getting fired all after scandals.

    • Samantha says:

      Well…cocaine is illegal. As is raping someone and beating up your wife. Tiger’s situation is a little closer, but he was married with kids and proof that he’d been cheating with dozens of women came out. Not to mention the whole wrecking a car thing.

      What has KStew done compared to that?

  39. stephanie says:

    I like her more now because she fucked up in public and ate shit trying to save ass. One must be willing to eat shit to save themselves. Yes, her apology was lame, but its not like she slapped your mother. Take her off your cross people!

    And no I’m not a crazy twilighter. I never saw swath. She’s 22, she’s not the anti-christ. You people get led on by the media so easily.

  40. Madhubala says:

    The words “just dessserts” came to mind when reading this story. Like others have said, she would have gotten heat for being a cheater but it is exacerbated by her rotten attitude. Nobody likes a spoiled, entitled brat and Kristen is the poster child for that. Sometime away and a new perspective on life would do her good.

  41. DANDILION says:

    I think it’s great.. never return to the scene of the crime to see if anyone is suspicious and onto you..

  42. katie says:

    I would love nothing more than for her to disappear from the screen for a while. She’s dull and boring and obnoxious. Maybe if she travels the world she will find a personality in the process. The only thing I will say in her defense is that if they dropped her from the sequel because of her actions, then it really isn’t fair to let Sanders direct it.

  43. TG says:

    Thanks Kaiser for including my favorite photo of KStew looking like a fool in that ridiculous Marchesa dress bent down giving the finger so rudely to her costars. That photo is better than any mugshot could ever be! I still think Harvey gets a laugh everytime he sees as a starlet in his wife’s dresses.

  44. DB says:

    If true, I’m glad.

    She’s been an arrogant and disrespectful person to the fans and the industry, and now she’s shown herself to be a cheater.

    She did this and she has to know there are consequences for treating a guy who appears to be pretty cool so poorly.

    Bad publicity for a bad attitude.

  45. the original bellaluna says:

    Universal, stick a fork in it; SWATH as a franchise is done. Let it go. Move on.

    *scrolling up to read comments now*

  46. Carpe Diem says:

    What a complete witch hunt. Some celebs have exhibited much worse behavior than cheating with a married man. In recent memory. Even worse actresses (like that fake lesbian who hooked up with Johnny Depp).

    I don’t like KStew. If anything, I find her mannerisms, both on camera and behind-the-scenes, off-putting. I seriously don’t understand how she was even close to the highest-grossing actress. But no way she deserves the hypocritical scorn she’s getting from her peers: they’re all cheaters, and few are much better actresses.

    How could Charlize et al WORK with Rupert with a straight face, knowing they ran out one but kept the other?

    And how could they write KStew out of SWATH without making it look like the Evil Queen won?

    Idiots, the lot of them. You can’t make a steaming pile of shit look better by removing one turd.

  47. anon says:

    ANYONE read what Jodie Foster said today.. Go JOdie.. Time to back off

  48. Eileen says:

    “she Mini-Cooper’d her married director” *Sigh* I think it’s time I trade my Convertible Mini Sport in for a Jeep Wrangler. I was thinking about it-but this has pushed me to getting out there and start looking. Thanks KStew!! RME

  49. Maria_Spain says:

    she should take a year off and start getting acting classes -_- expressiveness more than anything.

  50. jen7waters says:

    YES!! Nothing against Snow being on the sequel but honestly I was hoping for the new movie to be focused just on the Huntsman! I wish they would make a prequel, telling his story with the wife he so dearly loved. :’)

  51. Shelly says:

    I’ve never been a fan of Kristen, but if they really did drop her from the sequel(s) because she cheated(!!!!!) that is just f-ing ridiculous. They are going to punish her like she is a child and then reward her partner-in-crime?! That is bullshit. And sexist. And I think I might actually decide to like Kristen now, because this witch hunt is insane and unfair and completely over the top.

  52. skuddles says:

    Hey, I thought when you slept with the director you got roles, not had roles taken away…. :)

  53. original almond says:

    I hope she fades into the indie obscurity from which she emerged. Better yet, I hope she stops acting all together. And I say this not because she cheated in the dumbest way possible (that’s her goddamn problem), but because she’s the shittiest actress I’ve ever had the misfortune of hearing praised.

    I’m only glad people have stopped kissing her ass. Her head had gotten so big it’s mostly likely the reason she didn’t take her married side-piece to a hotel: she couldn’t fit through the door.

  54. Memphis says:

    I can’t imagine Universal firing KS and keeping Sander over it. It just doesn’t seem logical to me. She is still a draw and they are banking that this will blow over. But who knows.

    ETA: Universal has released the following statement: “We are extremely proud of ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ and we’re currently exploring all options to continue the franchise. Any reports that Kristen Stewart has been dropped are false.”

    *shrug* who knows

  55. apsutter says:

    I saw this yesterday and got so excited! I don’t care why the bitch got dumped off this movie I’m just glad that I won’t have to be subjected to her mouth breathing, squinty eyed, expressionless faced, gravel-toned voice, terrible acting self anymore. I can’t wait till she is not a “thing” anymore.

  56. confused says:

    I think there is probably some ongoing misogyny at work here, but I really do not understand anyone drawing a parallel between the Meg Ryan/Russell Crowe situation and this one. I am fairly certain that Meg Ryan ruined her own career by deciding that she didn’t like being “America’s sweetheart” and wanted to be seen as a grittier dramatic actor – which she just is not. Also, with all the plastic surgery she’s had, she’s pretty much unrecognizable at this point.

    So I think that’s a totally different situation.

    As for KStew, I don’t care about her one way or the other, but the reality is that she’s not a terribly good actress and she’s been walking around acting like she’s above it all. I think that drives a lot of the vitriol toward her. I do think she needs to get her head out of her ass and hire a more experienced PR team pronto, though. Jodie Foster is doing her no favors.

  57. Nessa says:

    Ah well. He and Charlize were the best parts of that movie anyway. For a beefcake role, he managed to convey a reasonable amount of tortured emotional subtext given the cookie cutter material he had. Plus, he’s nice to look at.

    As for KStew, lip-biting can only get you so far, and adultery don’t build lots of goodwill if you don’t have talent to fall back on!

  58. Princess Di says:

    I feel bad for the girl. Honestly, I do. I feel like all of the people who didn’t like her before (for whatever reason) are ecstatic that they have a valid reason to dislike her.

    She’s young and half the people raking her over the coals have made some pretty f’d up mistakes as well. It’s just that she’s famous.

    Also on a sidenote – Chris Hemsworth is giving some serious “The People’s Eyebrow” in that second pic. Loves it!

  59. dj says:

    Older men run Hollywood so why is anyone surprised that the WOMAN is getting dumped from the movie. It really has not been that long since women have started headlining movies. KS having an affair (w/a married director) and getting PHOTOGRAPHED is what got her dumped. Men have been doing this crap forever in HW. Women still do not earn equal pay as men in the movies or otherwise yet. We still have a lot of work to do and crap like this sets us all back. Feminist rant over. Thanks.

  60. Kosmos says:

    I honestly had an open mind about Kristen at the beginning, like most people. Then came the bratty images, the finger shots, seeing and experiencing her immaturity on talk shows, reading her interviews about how f***** everything is, or how she wishes someone would f*** her over, and then the scandal to top it off. She worked with the man’s wife next to her, and I wonder how could she do it to that woman? So, yeah, because of all of the above, PLUS the fact that Kristen is lucky to be acting at all because her talent is so small and she likely got into this biz due to her parents’ influence anyway. Today, I think spoiled, untalented, immature and quite unbelievable that she would Mini Cooper the married director!! I’m just sooo glad that she was caught and this all came to light.

  61. Really? says:

    I have never understood why women will focus blame on the woman that their man cheated with. I have always felt that the person at fault is the one that has made the commitment to me. She is not the one that has promised to love and care for me.There is no doubt that it is not right to be involved in any way with a person that is married or in a significant relationship. I often wonder what will allow a woman to be a side item in a mans life, for me I would not want to be with someone that lacks moral character..if you want to be with someone else do the right thing and end the first relationship. If the woman in question is someone that knows me..a friend or even an acquaintance then I’d be pissed at her too don’t try to be my friend and screw my man..then its on bitch right after I’m done with him. That goes against girlfriend code and I expect my friends to be loyal to me. I give the same…any man my girl(s) have been involved with are off limits period. KStew is a little dirty if she was playing nice to the wife and doin the husband but he is the one at fault for ruining his marriage.

    On another note I am a little interested to know KStew is capable of any kind of risque behavior because she appears so robotic and emotionless in life or movies. She just always has that emo sad expression…not someone I would think as a the “other” woman.