Kristen Stewart Helps Robert Pattinson Get Role in Movie 'Idol's Eye' - Reports

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Kristen Stewart Promotes New Film 'Camp X-Ray' at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in Utah
Cast member Kristen Stewart attends the premiere of the film "Camp X-Ray" at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart may not be dating but the two very much care about each other, as per the reports. It is being said that Stewart helped Pattinson get a role in the film "Idol's Eye." Pattinson always wanted to work with legendary actor Robert De Niro and Stewart made sure that Pattinson would get a role with him in the film, "Idol's Eye." The Twilight actor would be starring opposite De Niro and Rachel Weisz.

The crime drama film is being directed by Olivier Assayas.

"Kristen talked to Olivier non-stop about how committed Rob is as an actor and as a result he basically got the role in his pocket. Kristen knew how much he wanted to work with Bobby [Robert Deniro]," an insider told Hollywoodlife.

Stewart is understood to have a strong bond with Olivier as she worked with her in the film titled "Clouds Of Sils Maria." In the said film, Kristen stars opposite Juliette Binoche and Chloë Grace Moretz.

It was previously reported that Kristen had planned a road trip with her friends and the director.  She was seen discussing her road trip over lunch on July 16 as per the reports.

"Kristen came with two friends, a guy and a girl and they all shared different lunch plates. She looked really happy and was smiling and laughing with her friends. They were all talking about taking a road trip and where would be the most fun places to visit. There was a Lonely Planet travel book on the table that they were looking at while they ate," an eyewitness at West Hollywood told the Web site.

Fans are quite pleased to see that in spite of the sour break-up , Kristen and Rob stay friends. The couple called it quits after Kristen was caught cheating on him with the "Snow White and Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders.

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