So after much speculation, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart may not be rekindling their romance after all. Even worse for Robsten fans? The fact that the duo originally fell in love while working on Twilight, a "perverted, racist" movie. Well, at least that's what Between the Lines Productions is saying in a complaint they've filed against Lionsgate Entertainment and Summit Entertainment Monday. Seriously.
Between the Lines Productions, known for their Twilight parody film TwiHarder, claims that the vampire movies are chock-full of racism and perversion. The kicker? They believe that Jacob Black, played by hunka hunk Taylor Lautner, is a "noble savage," "bloodthirsty warrior," and -- wait for it -- "sexual predator."
TAYLOR LAUTNER?! Playing a sexual predator?! Oh come on, did you see the sex scene in Breaking Dawn Part II? Obviously Robert Pattinson has that role down pat.
In all seriousness: Rob did look like he knows what he's doing in between the sheets. As long as we can agree on that, I think we can also agree on the notion that this lawsuit is a crock of bull. I wouldn't doubt that Between the Lines Productions is just trying to make headlines, especially after their past dealings with the other two entertainment companies. Heck, Between the Lines previously sued Lionsgate and Summit for $500 million for trying "sabotage" their parody. Since that suit was dismissed, why not file another one -- right?
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Regardless, I'm sure any actor that was involved in Twilight -- Rob and Kristen included -- wouldn't be happy that the film they worked so hard on is being referred to in this way. Here's hoping that this silly complaint gets dropped just like the last one.
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