I thought all the devastation experienced by Robsten fans was over, but apparently the conspiracy theories are still going strong, especially now that Robert Pattinson has allegedly forgiven Kristen Stewart and rekindled their relationship.
Kristen admitted to cheating on RPatz with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders after incriminating photos surfaced of them in People. However, some fans are convinced the photos are bogus. YouTuber KristenPattinson513 is so sure the whole scandal was a conspiracy that they created a three-minute long video proving how one wiley photographer distorted the photos to make it look like they were engaged in momentary indiscretions. By considering the duo’s height, clothing and body positions, the editor determined the grainy shot is indeed a fake.
One little thing, K-Stew already admitted she cheated on RPatz in a public apology and I highly doubt anyone would fake an affair for attention when their career is already solid. Especially considering how private Kristen is. Just a thought.
Still, this video amazes me and I love that commenters are already planning to take comparison shots at the Los Angeles location to see if their heights were indeed photoshopped.
Watch it here:
If there are three things in the movie world I tend to avoid like the plague, they’d probably be sports stories, war flicks, and movies where an endearing and lovable primary character dies (I’m looking at you, Disney’s Bambi). Which is why I was so pleasantly surprised by Amir Bar-Lev’s newest Sundance supported documentary, The Tillman Story. Sure, there’s some football and some war and somebody really nice dies, but there’s a fourth element that got me totally invested in the story. Think of it this way: have you ever thought that the government was, well, maybe totally making stuff up and/or strategically hiding the truth to get you and the people you love to do something like, say, go to war? Yes? What a coincidence! The Tillman Story totally exposes the Bush administration doing exactly that.