Who is Robert Pattinson Dating Now: Katy Perry Rumors

It's sounding pretty official Twi-hards, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are moving on with their lives. It is reported that Pattinson asked Stewart to move out of their $6 million dollar Los Angeles mansion; all of this in the wake of her cheating scandal with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. According to People a U-Haul came and removed Stewart's belongings from the couples' home on Saturday. 

This will certainly not be the last time the couple sees one another, as come this autumn Stewart and Pattinson will have to team up to promote the final installment of the Twilight saga which is to be released in November. How the couple will navigate the worldwide publicity tour remains to be seen. 

Another piece of business yet to be determined is what will become of the planned sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman? Even though the second film is meant to focus more on the huntsman character, Stewart would still have a role and Sanders is on the short-list for potential directors

As for Pattinson, reports say that he is spending some of his heartbreak mending time with Teenage Dream Katy Perry. Some magazines have even gone so far as to cast the newest leading lady in his life, shortlisting Perry as well as Lily Collins (who also played Snow White this year, in the film Mirror Mirror) as potential contenders. 

For the time being, Twi-hards will have to wait and see the outcome of the Pattinson-Stewart drama. Perhaps by the time they are once more on the big screen as Bella and Edward, we will have a better sense of this love story's next chapter.

How much do you trust the information in this article?

Elena Sheppard

Elena is the Arts & Entertainment Editor at Mic. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Salon, Time Out New York, The New York Times Upfront, ABC News, and various travel publications. She is also a Princeton alum, a former Thailand resident, and a Brooklyn native.

MORE FROM

We talked to military experts about who will win the Iron Throne

Does Dany have a chance? Historians, tacticians and scholars weigh in on the ultimate outcome of 'Game of Thrones.'

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7, Episode 2 Trailer: New alliances may form in “Stormborn”

Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen may have an unexpected intermediary.

Tyler, the Creator is still a “walking paradox” on the rumor-baiting ‘Flower Boy’

Is he queer? Maybe. Does he know how to use the speculation to further his art? Definitely.

Note to Ryan Murphy: ‘American Horror Story’ reveals don’t need to be a scavenger hunt

The title and premiere date of the seventh season of 'American Horror Story' were revealed Thursday.

‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’ proves sometimes it’s OK to skip the reunion

If you're looking to trim down your Netflix consumption, start by avoiding this pointless sequel series.

Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington was open about his pain. That doesn’t make his death less shocking.

“If it wasn’t for music, I’d be dead,” Bennington once said. “One hundred percent.”

We talked to military experts about who will win the Iron Throne

Does Dany have a chance? Historians, tacticians and scholars weigh in on the ultimate outcome of 'Game of Thrones.'

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7, Episode 2 Trailer: New alliances may form in “Stormborn”

Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen may have an unexpected intermediary.

Tyler, the Creator is still a “walking paradox” on the rumor-baiting ‘Flower Boy’

Is he queer? Maybe. Does he know how to use the speculation to further his art? Definitely.

Note to Ryan Murphy: ‘American Horror Story’ reveals don’t need to be a scavenger hunt

The title and premiere date of the seventh season of 'American Horror Story' were revealed Thursday.

‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’ proves sometimes it’s OK to skip the reunion

If you're looking to trim down your Netflix consumption, start by avoiding this pointless sequel series.

Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington was open about his pain. That doesn’t make his death less shocking.

“If it wasn’t for music, I’d be dead,” Bennington once said. “One hundred percent.”