If you can believe it, there actually is one person (who's not affiliated with Us Weekly) who's making out like a bandit in this whole Robert Pattinson/Kristen Stewart/Rupert Sanders cheating scandal: Chris Hemsworth. How? I'll explain.
The sequel to the poorly-reviewed movie that got everyone into this mess, Snow White and the Huntsman, has apparently gotten the green light. However, Kristin Stewart's character -- Snow White -- has not. However, Rupert Sanders -- the father of two who cheated on his wife -- is rumored to be directing again. The movie is supposedly going to be retooled to now focus on The Huntsman, Chris Hemsworth, instead of Snow White. So ... yay, Chris?
According to reports, Kristen was never technically attached to the sequel in the first place, so saying she was dropped or "not asked back" isn't quite true. But, let's be honest, if she was never caught kissing the director, she probably would have been. It isn't really commonplace to not have the star of the movie in the sequel -- especially when the star has said that a sequel would be "awesome." The writer, David Koepp, is supposedly being replaced, as well.
Both Kristen and Rupert screwed up big time. Rupert probably more than Kristen, being that he's 41 and has kids. So, why ostracize Kristen instead of Sanders? I mean, he too was guilty of cheating. It seems a little unfair to screw one person out of the film and not the other. We don't have all the details of what's going on with the sequel, but if any of this is true, seems like a bit of a double standard.
But, again, things really worked out for Chris. So, good for him. Why shouldn't they, right? He didn't do anything wrong.
Do you think Kristen should do the Snow White sequel?
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