Kristen Stewart has been dumped from the sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman, the movie she was making when she had that now notorious affair with director Rupert Sanders.
News writer Matthew Belloni of The Hollywood Reporter told INSIDE EDITION, "What they are doing is writting a spin-off of the movie with the focus on the Huntsman character, not the Snow White character. So, that doesn't have any room for her in this story."
Meanwhile, Robert Pattinson, whose heart was broken by Stewart's cheating, looked uncomfortable on Good Morning America Wednesday. The offer of his favorite cereal, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, didn't help as he tried to talk about anything but the break-up.
George Stephanopoulos said, "I have to get the elephant in the room out of the way. What do you want your fans to know about your personal life?"
Pattinson said, "I mean, they seem pretty excited about whatever. I want my fans to know that Cinnemon Toast Crunch only has 30 calories a bowl in it."
Tuesday night he was seen at a Manhattan club. The heartthrob entered the trendy SoHo House at 9:45 and didn't come out until four hours later and when he did, he needed a little help from security.
So, how well is Pattinson handling his public relations crisis?
Public Relations expert Ronn Torossian spoke to INSIDE EDITION, "Whether it was George Stephanopoulos or Jon Stewart, they were both very good venues for him. I think that Pattinson came off as very likeable. I think that clearly for him, while this might be a tragedy in his personal life, I don't think that this is a tragedy in his professional life."
There's support for embattled Stewart from Jodi Foster. When Stewart was just 11 years old she starred with Foster in Panic Room.
Foster wrote on The Daily Beast website, "Leave Kristen Stewart Alone."
She said media scrutiny is too much for young stars.