I am sure that the media is determined to ruin Rob (and Kristen's) chances of reaching their potential. All this over saturated media attention is not going to help their careers. Especially this type of publicity. It's only going to hurt it.
"Yes their in Love!" - "Back on!"
Can someone PA-LEASE give me a break.
But don't forget there is a million speculations a day that Rob is now with his new co-star Emilie. I wonder why he wasn't linked to Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter)? I mean he was in a movie with him, right?
Back in the 80's they had something known as "The Brat Pack" - as most of you may (or may not) know it was Molly Ringwold, Judd Nelson, Demi Moore, Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Ally Sheedy and some others. It was a label that the media coined to call this young group of actors that were doing lots of movies and doing it well.
That name stuck with them and really made it hard for some of them to continue working successfully, for a while. The stories that were made up - or severely exaggerated made life for them quiet difficult especially in Hollywood. Now mind you that was before the Internet. Now that the media has 15,000 different ways to get info to people... well, I think you see what it does.
The media that makes up names for people they think are together or are in fact together, makes me insane. It's as if they are not 2 separate people anymore but one entity. i.e. Brangelina, TomKat, etc. Now simply because Rob and Kristen were in a movie together and played love interests they are now branded with Robsten..
Certain forms of media (sadly) couldn't care less if they are causing harm, potential harm or damage to celebrities or their careers .. and so on. As long as they get their 'million dollar shot' - it's worth it to them.
Obnoxious isn't it...