Kristen Stewart Raves Over Robert Pattinson's Batman Gig - He's The 'Only Guy' Perfect For The Role!

Kristen Stewart Raves Over Robert Pattinson's Batman Gig - He's The 'Only Guy' Perfect For The Role!
Credit: Source: metro.co.uk

They may have some history that didn’t end too well but it doesn’t seem like there’s any bad blood left between exes Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart! The former Twilight co-stars and real-life couple want all the best for each other!

That being said, the last one to rave over their ex was Kristen.

The actress made it very clear that she could not be any happier for Robert over getting to play Batman.

As far as she is concerned, he is perfect for the role, despite the backlash he got for it online.

While in attendance at the Toronto International Film, Kristen expressed support towards her ex during an interview with Variety.

‘Oh man, I feel like he is the only guy who could play that part. I am so happy for him, it is crazy… I’m very, very happy about that. I heard and was like, ‘Oh man!’ Yeah, it’s awesome,’ the told the news outlet.

She even agreed that Pattinson has the ‘perfect cheekbones’ for the role of Bruce Wayne as well.

As for the reason why she was at TIFF, Stewart was supporting her new movie, Seberg, which actually premiered at the event.

Robert was in Toronto as well, having a premiere of his own for the black-and-white horror film The Lighthouse.

At this point, it’s still unknown whether the former pair met up while in the same Canadian city or not but it’s clear that they are on good terms, seeing how they can be happy about the other’s success.

Kristen previously opened up about their failed romance to Harper’s Bazaar UK, sharing that ‘When Rob and I were together, we didn't have an example to go by…so much was just taken away from us that, in trying to control one aspect, we were like, ‘No, we'll never talk about it. Never. Because it is ours.’’

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