It's difficult to know what to do after a scandal the size of Kristen Stewart's affair with married director Rupert Sanders, but if the actress needs some advice, there's plenty of Hollywood precedents for her to draw on.
Kristen's been a little unlucky in that her first post-scandal project is 'On The Road', in which she plays a young woman drawn to a married man, although in a very unconventional set up, but given that she seems to be dropping out of or being dropped from different movies.
So who should she follow in the footsteps of, and whose mistakes should she avoid? Let's take a look.
First of all there's another couple of Hollywood A-Listers who're returning to cinemas for the first time since allegations of cheating surfaced, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ashton Kutcher.
After lovechild revelations Schwarzenegger has returned to his role as bad guy kicking action hero rather than family man politician in 'The Expendables 2', while after splitting with Demi Moore after some reported seedy hot tub action, Ashton has shacked up with the stunning Mila Kunis and landed a return to the big screen in a biopic of Apple founder Steve Jobs.
Going back fuurther there's Meg Ryan, who ended up in the bed of co-star Russell Crowe rather than hubby Dennis Quaid. After both 'Proof of Life', the movie she made with Crowe flopped, so did their relationship and Meg returned to her comedy routes with royal time-travelling comedy 'Kate & Leopold'. We'd call Ryan, Schwarzenegger and Kutcher's apprroach as 'getting back to what they do best'.
Then there are those who turned a "momentary indiscretion" into a new relationship, such as Kelly Brook who walked out on Jason Statham for Billy Zane after starring with him in 'Survival Island', she made another movie with Zane, 'Fishtales', which one critic called "the worst movie I have seen in a very long time". Despite the 'Fishtales' disaster the pair remained together until 2008.
Brad Pitt of course famously strayed with Angelina Jolie on the set of 'Mr and Mrs Smith', with Jennifer Aniston the injured party, next up for Brad was complex Oscar-nominated drama 'Babel'. Films like this cemented Pitt's reputation as a critics' darling as well as a box-office one, and now him and Ange are Hollywood's ultimate power couple. This avenue, which isn't exactly open to K-Stew, is the 'true love' method, you hope that everyone loves your new coupling more than your old one.
At the opposite end of the scale there's Jennifer Lopez's rumoured unfaithfulness to hubby Chris Judd with Ben Affleck, who she later dated. Affleck and Lopez made 'Gigli' together, where J-Lo played a lesbian opposite Affleck. The film is generally regarded as one of the worst ever made, but at least the couple started the fashion for joined up celeb couple names, spawning the moniker "Bennifer". This one we'll put under "Should've worked but didn't".
Last of all there's Jude Law, who got over his nanny-cheating induced split from the stunning Sienna Miller (who recently had a baby with Kristen's co-star Tom Sturridge) by winning the best kiss gong at the MTV Movie Awards that has basically become Kristen and Rob Pattinson's property over the last few years, for snogging Cameron Diaz in 'The Holiday'. Jude's preferred coping mechanism we'll dub 'carry on regardless'.
So which one should K-Stew adopt? She seems to not favour carrying on regardless, given her public statement of remorse and reluctance to promote her saucy role in 'On The Road', dating Rupert Sanders probably isn't too wise, so perhaps it's best she goes back to what she does best and return to the movies that remind her fans why they love her.
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