Actors Kristen Stewart (L) and Robert Pattinson, stars of the new film "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" are shown in a scene from the film in this undated publicity handout. The period encompassing the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays make for the second-biggest moviegoing season of the year after summer. — Reuters Photo

According to a piece in Times of India, heartbroken Robert Pattinson has reportedly started talking to Kristen Stewart again, after the actress sent a barrage of tearful texts and calls his way. 

However, according to People magazine, sources say that despite his relenting attitude, Pattinson is not in a forgiving mood.

"Rob just isn't going to be able to get beyond the cheating - one time or not," the New York Daily News quoted the source as saying.

Additionally, Pattinson is said to have cringed at the dramatic public apology his ladylove issued after photos of her locking lips with married director Rupert Sanders were published.

"He read it online and was livid that Kristen is out there giving a statement and he's the last person to know about it," another source said.

According to an unidentified source, the 26-year-old, who shared a three-year-long relationship and a 6 million dollar love nest with his 'Twilight' co-star, has been asking lots of tough questions and rehashing possible warning signs now.

"Rob said he suspected something because Kristen is normally very relaxed about her phone...and she was being really weird lately," a confidante told Us Weekly.

"She reassured him nothing was going on. ...He's disgusted because he had a feeling about this director," the source added.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/hollywood/news-interviews/R-Patz-back-on-talking-terms-with-Kristen/articleshow/15324310.cms

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