RPatz and Kstew reunite for premiere

Actors Kristen Stewart (L) and Robert Pattinson

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson arrive at the premiere of Breaking Dawn - Part 2 at Nokia Theatre L.A. Picture: Getty Images Source: Getty Images

Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson

Deep and meaningful? Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson gave nothing away at the Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Premiere. Picture: Getty Images Source: Getty Images

KRISTEN Stewart and Robert Pattinson focused on their fans -- not each other -- in their first public appearance since the split that followed Stewart's affair with director Rupert Sanders.

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After promoting Breaking Dawn ? Part 2 separately at events in Australia and Japan, the pair were reunited on the black carpet in Los Angeles today (Monday night LA time) for the world premiere of the fifth and final film in the phenomenally successful franchise.

Stewart showed more flesh (and underwear) than ever before in a racy sheer and strapless gold dress, topped off with a dainty velvet bow around the waist. Topping off her transformation from stroppy, Converse-clad teen to screen siren was hair flipped to one side in an old-school Hollywood cascade.

?To be honest with you, this time is so completely surreal,? Stewart told the Los Angeles Times on the black carpet. ?I'm trying to absorb it. I'm trying to be here.?

Stewart?s on-off beau looked sharp in an emerald green suit.

"I had a dream about an emerald green houndstooth suit, and I got Gucci to make it,'' Pattinson joked with an Eonline reporter on the carpet.

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The troubled pair presented a united front for several joint photographs, Stewart spotted rubbing Pattinson?s back. But overall they appeared to be a little uncomfortable in the face of all the attention - perhaps because of the intense scrutiny with which even the smallest of their gestures was being examined.

Completely professional, the pair mostly worked the red carpet individually.

Supporting player Kellan Lutz and his Australian actor partner Sharni Vinson, by comparison, seemed very happy and relaxed.

Taylor Lautner, Dakota Fanning and the rest of the cast also gave the fans plenty of love ahead of the premiere at the Nokia Theatre in downtown LA, where an international tent city had sprung up over the weekend in anticipation of the headline-grabbing event.

Before Pattinson went into the screening, he revealed that he had yet to see Breaking Dawn ? Part 2 himself.

"It's such a strange experience,'' he told Eonline.

"That's why I waited to see the movie until tonight. It's such a different thing seeing it with the fans instead of on a DVD or whatever."

Despite speculation that Pattinson and Stewart's backstage dramas might taint the film for fans, Breaking Dawn ? Part 2 looks set to blitz its predecessor at the box office.

In Australia, advance ticket sales for midnight screenings were up 31 per cent on Breaking Dawn ? Part 1.

Event Cinemas has more than 160 sessions scheduled across Australia for the movie?s opening at 12.01am on Thursday and 3am sessions have been added in some cinemas to cater for the midnight overflow.

Village Cinemas will host 60 midnight sessions across Victoria, Tasmania and NSW. The chain has sold out more than 70 first-week sessions of the Twilight finale, most in its premium Gold Class cinemas.

Village?s General Manager ? Programming, Gino Munari, said pre-sale figures indicated Breaking Dawn ? Part 2 would likely open bigger than its predecessor.

In the US, first day ticket sales for Part 2 are tracking 87 per cent higher than Part 1 (Part 1 came in at $626,000, Part 2 at $1.17 million), according to

For those of you who are slightly behind the eight-ball, here are seven things you need to know to bring you up to speed with Twilight.

1. Rule Number 1: Vampires are real and they live among us. The sooner you stop being a ?non-believer? and get with the program, the safer you will be.

2. Bella Swan is the gawky, awkward teen who manages to steal the hearts of both Edward AND Jacob. Moral of the story: Twi-hards think she?s a selfish brat.

3. Edward Cullen is a vampire. He's hopelessly in love with Bella and would do anything to protect her. He can't get hurt, he doesn't age, oh, and he sparkles in the sunlight. Basically, he's perfect.

4. Jacob Black is a werewolf, which means he's Edward's nemesis. The tragic Jacob also loves Bella but is doomed to see his love unrequited. At least he doesn?t have to live forever, right? He also has great abs. Win.

5. You have got to choose a side - no exceptions to this rule. You?re either on Team Jacob, or Team Edward and those who ?haven?t decided yet? are simply not real fans.

6. There?s this thing called the Volturi. They are pretty much vampire royalty and are bad ass blood suckers. No one gets in their way.

7. Never take on a full-blown Twi-hard. You will lose. Fact: Too many people take this story far too seriously.

Things you should NEVER say to a Twilight fan:

-I love Edward, but I also love Jacob. I just can?t make up my mind.
-Whoever heard of a vegetarian vampire anyway? Lame.
- Renesmee has got to be the WORST name in the world.
- But why can the werewolves read each other's minds? Makes no sense.
- Michelle Trachtenberg would have made a better Bella than KStew.
-Lord Voldemort would totally kick Edward?s arse in a duel.
- The whole brooding vampire thing seriously does nothing for me. Nothing.

- With Charlotte Wilis


Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in a scene from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2. Picture: AP Photo/Summit Entertainment Source: AP


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