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Tuesday 23 September 2014

R-Patz, K-Stew interviewed together

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have given their first joint interview since Kristen's affair scandal

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have made their first joint TV appearances following the actress' affair scandal.

The Twilight co-stars - who split and then reunited after Kristen admitting cheating on Robert with her married Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders - appeared together in interviews to promote the final film in the vampire saga, Breaking Dawn - Part 2.

Kristen opened up about the couple's steamier scenes during a chat for MTV, saying they "really prepare" for them.

"I feel like every scene in this movie culminates with a kiss," said the 22-year-old in an interview streamed live on People.com. "We always really, really prepare. [We] execute our plan well."

The couple, joined by their co-star Taylor Lautner, also sat down with Entertainment Tonight, where R-Patz talked about what it's like starring in a franchise that generates so much buzz.

He said of making the final film, compared to making the first one: "It felt a lot more free in the first one. It felt quite dangerous. The bigger something gets, it gets pretty heavy. You're part of a machine at that point. You know your face is on the front of it, but you have a lot less control."

Meanwhile, Robert and Kristen reaffirmed they have rekindled their romance when they attended a Halloween bash together. The stars, clad in spooky masks, were photographed holding hands as they arrived at Hollywood Forever Cemetery's Halloween bash.

Breaking Dawn - Part 2 arrives in cinemas in November.

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