Twilight stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson found themselves forced to dodge questions at a press conference for their next film in San Diego yesterday.
A bold reporter by the name of 'Bob Stencil' (who incidentally is a comedic character known for doing satirical interviews at places like the Comic Con convention - where the Twilight stars would be later that day) asked the pair whether they had any chemistry off-set.
A minder immediately stepped in and canned the question, stating that all journalists had been instructed not to ask any personal questions.
Kristen and Rob have been the subject of 'are they' or 'aren't they' rumours for months but have never commented on their off-screen relationship. Stewart, who plays Bella Swan in the hit film saga, looked visibly uncomfortable with the question from Bob Stencil... maybe actions speak louder than words?!
Watch footage of the press conference below - the question comes in around 3.10 minutes in.
New Moon, the second film in the series based on Stephanie Meyer's books, is slated for release worldwide on November 19.
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