Yes Rob & Reese worked together briefly before (Vanity Fair, See Rob's scene, which never made it into the final cut of the movie, below)
...and yes, they are working together now and probably get a long - - - this doesn't mean they are banging - - how many times must we go through this people?
He is hot.... if you met him you would probably try to bang him, you assume hot actresses who spend day in and day out feel the same and not only wanna bang him but have opportunity to bang him.
Therefore, movie making is the equivelent to baby making right?
But it isn't.... in fact, most actors are quite professional (it's the musicians you must watch out for ha ha just kindding, kind of) and although chemistry can mean awesome movies and CHARACTERS it doesn't always translate into real life...
Anyhow.... Gossip Cop writes:
But Pattinson and Witherspoon are not getting together romantically, as the Fox411 blog would like its readers to believe.
According to a post today, “The chemistry between the two so far is ‘magic.’”
Uh, they’re actors.
Nevertheless, the site has a so-called “insider” who warns, “Reese’s agent boyfriend Jim Toth had better watch out or he could lose his girl to the gentle charms of the man who plays the world’s most famous vampire!”
“Rob is not dating anyone,” adds Fox411’s alleged source.
Really? No one?
The post then ends, “Could ‘Elephants’ help turn Pattinson, 24, and Witherspoon, 34, into Hollywood’s latest June-September romance? Stranger things have happened.”
Actually, what’s stranger is the nonsensical implication that Pattinson and Witherspoon are heading for a hook-up just because they share the screen.
Back in reality, Witherspoon is happily involved with Toth, and by all accounts, the relationship is moving in the right direction.
And Pattinson also seems quite happy to be around Kristen Stewart.
Oh the stories that actually get people's attention - I wish we had mandatory "Twihard training" where we all learn how to evaluate sources and remain calm until actual facts, taken in the correct context, are revealed.
Here's Rob's Vanity Fair cut-scene: