The truth just keeping coming out doesn’t it, Rupert Sanders?
In the DVD director’s commentary of Snow White and the Huntsman, Rupert Sanders, 41, has nothing but great things to say about his former lover and leading lady, Kristen Stewart, 22.
The actress is set to make her first public appearance since the cheating scandal as she will walk the red carpet of the premiere of On the Road at the Toronto International Film Festival Thursday evening.
But as Stewart may be throwing herself in her other projects, the summer blockbuster movie that ignited her affair with married Sanders will be released on DVD in less than a week.
According to Us Weekly, Sanders praises and gives hints of his true feeling for the young actress during commentary for his directorial debut.
At the beginning of the movie, Liberty Ross, Sander’s wife of ten years, makes her appearance as Queen Eleanor, mom to a young Snow White, and dies rather quickly in the film.
"That's actually my wife!" Sanders says.
The model-turned-actress is mother to their two children Skyla, 7, and Tennyson, 5.
"First time we see Kristen Stewart!" Sanders states when Stewart, who is rising as the new Snow White appears locked up in a castle. "This is the first dialogue I shot with her, I said maybe you do a prayer. Her accent was flawless, she did such an amazing job on it."
Sanders went on to speak marvels of the actress, adding, "Kristen was amazing. I'd sit down with Kristen at lunch and say, 'What do you think?'"
In one scene, Stewart kisses William, portrayed by Sam Claflin, who’s being possessed by Ravenna, potrayed by Charlize Theron.
And even though the woman didn’t actually share a smooch, Sanders seems sexually charged as he says the Oscar-winner told the Stewart off-camera, “I loved getting off with you.”