Ashley Greene Might Replace Kristen Stewart for Breaking Dawn Press Tour

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Full speed... behind?

Following a statement from Summit Entertainment in which the studio said it was moving "full speed ahead" with its original outline for the upcoming Breaking Dawn press tour - despite a certain publicized breakup - plans appear to have changed.

Ashley Greene may be stepping in for Kristen Stewart.

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"The studio's holding out to see if [Robert Pattinson and Stewart] get back together," an insider tells The New York Post. "But I don't think anyone is banking on that happening... At this point, the press strategy would have been mapped out. It's usually very organized, but at this time it's undecided."

With various premieres set to take place around the country and the world, executives could simply split Stewart and Pattinson up. Greene would then appear alongside the actor for interviews and junkets.

She couldn't be a bigger fan of Rob, telling The Daily Mail a couple years ago that the star "has been one of my biggest inspirations. As a person, he's not like anyone I've ever met in Hollywood, and as an actor he's a complete natural. He has no ego."

Sorry, Kristen, but that really does appear to be true. You've lost one of the very good eggs here.

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So, is K-Stew going to pass on doing press forever? She messed up, and she needs to face the music so she can finally put it past her and move on already! If you hide behind your castmates and refuse to do press, you're a little coward. In the real world, if you f*** up, you still have to do your job. Doing press is a part of your job. If you do press, people will respect you for it and everyone will just move on...

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