Bruce Willis appeared on “The Late Show With David Letterman” acting out a parody of “Die Hard”. His parody included making fun of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson’s recent break up. As his “Die Hard” character, John McClane, he whined and cried about the break up. He tries to say his catchphrase, “Yippee-ki-yay, motherf**ker!,” but broke down in the middle of it.
At the beginning of the show Bruce told Letterman, “It’s a pretty emotional scene, but very tough. There’s a lot of action going on.” But after a while, he broke down and said, “I’m a little distracted lately, I lost some friends… Kristen and Rob, Bella and Edward – they broke up! They were supposed to be together forever, godd*mnit!” After her affair with Rupert Sanders, I don’t blame him (or Rob for ending things).
I don’t think that they even liked each other honestly. I think they were in it for publicity, fame and money. What do you think? Were Rob and Kristen for real in their relationship — or were they just for show? It was rumored that he was hooking up with chicks throughout their relationship, so it is possible that Summit thought of them together for real and only saw dollar signs. Thoughts?