Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart ignoring fans while filming? It sounds like Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are either trying to be very safe or they are not completely nice to their devoted ‘Twilight’ fans.

While they cast was going to a new location to film ‘Breaking Dawn,’ it was reported that they did all they could to avoid their fans, states HollywoodLife.

It is being reported that Christine K. from On Location Tours saw the two exit a van and go straight inside to the Orpheum Theatre while fans were waiting to see them. Pattinson, Stewart and the rest of the cast reportedly avoided all contact and seemed to act as if their fans weren’t around.

Do you think Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were being rude to fans or were they just trying to get their work done?

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  • March 15, 2011 | Permalink |

    I think that the cast and crew are doing a great job at keeping things quiet about breaking dawn and they’re not ignoring their fans, theyre trying to make their fans happy and make this the best movie out of the franchise.

  • March 15, 2011 | Permalink |

    They have been getting weining about the fans like we are destroying their lives. They choose to be celebs growup and accept it. To me fans are what makes you so famous. I expect from Kristine for she thinks she is better then anyone and very cold hearted but I guess she is robbing off on Rob. It hurts but they do not care.

  • March 16, 2011 | Permalink |

    ? they r today because of the fan’s. so, they can’t ingore the fan like this …… stupid ………

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  • March 16, 2011 | Permalink |

    For those of you who think a job means you lose your right to privacy and your right to be free, you are wrong.
    Imagine if you, just a ‘regular’ person lived their life for one day. Forget what their job is, let’s do yours.
    You wake up and open the curtains, instantly cameramen start snapping photos of you in your nightgown and then the paper features you looking like you just rolled out of bed (which you did) and the caption reads “Susan (or whatever) is letting herself go and suffers from depression”
    You then get dressed and eat breakfast only to turn on the TV and see pictures of your children you didn’t authorize.
    You go to the garage and get in your car, but as soon as you open the door to back out 50 photographers surround your car preventing you from going anywhere. So you start honking and trying to get them to move. The next headline “Susan tries to run over reporter with no regard for his life”
    You finally get to work and as usual there are not only photographers, but complete strangers standing outside screaming at you. These strangers love you, want to touch you, want you to write on random sheets of paper and even their bodies. These people stay outside your job all day and every time you go outside for fresh air they start in. You decide to stay in to avoid the screaming and the next headline reads “Susan ignores fans while working?” as if you don’t need to ‘work’ while working.
    You leave work and pray there are no photographers, no luck. Bright lights are all over the place as paparazzi work their hardest to catch your worst angle.
    You want to take your husband/boyfriend/wife/girlfriend out to dinner but can’t because you know they will be screamed at and made fun of by the press for not looking perfect. They will have their background ran and any piece of dirt, mostly fake by the way, will be in the papers, on television and online.
    You want to visit your mom but can’t. The paparazzi don’t know where she lives and you don’t want them to.
    You want to take a friend out to dinner or a movie but know as soon as you do there will be pictures accusing you of having a new boyfriend/ girlfriend/ mistress/ lesbian lover, etc.
    You go home to find paparazzi camped outside your house. They were waiting for you to get home. They bang on your car, they scream your name, they hurl insults at you even though they don’t know you.

    I am sure if you worked at Target and this happened you would get a restraining order because some crazy person is following you around taking your picture and screaming at you. If you went home and saw a crazy man with a camera who then proceeded to follow you around and talk into your job yelling at you that you would be fine with it. After all, you are a cashier and signed up for it.

    Get real. A job is a job. Privacy is not something you give up because you take a job. Everyone has the right to go home without being followed, take their children to school without worrying about the children being screamed at and scared by strangers.

    Also please don’t forget the celebrities that have died trying to evade the paparazzi. Princess Diana left behind two young boys who will forever miss their mum simply because a creep wanted a picture of her.

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