Robert Pattinson Poses For Fan Pictures As He Arrives In Toronto

Becky Freeth
by Becky Freeth
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Robert Pattinson stopped for fan pictures as he touched down at Toronto airport on Wednesday to continue a 30-day filming schedule on 'Map To The Stars.'

The usually shy actor, who opted for typically inconspicuous attire in all black and sunglasses, spent time smiling and chatting to female onlookers as he allowed them to take phone snaps.

All smiles, the British-born actor made a refreshing departure from the headlines that surround his recent split with Kristen Stewart and, while in Canada, will work on a film that explores the demons of our celebrity-obsessed culture.

Back in February, Rob reportedly asked fans not to post their pictures online to avoid the paparazzi discovering details of his location while at work in Australia.

It seems that Rob is now a little more relaxed to being photographed, having previously spoken out about is dislike for paparazzi following himself and former girlfriend Kristen Stewart.

While R-Patz gets stuck into work in Canada, Kristen continues to create her own drama with speculation that she was dating Broadwalk Empire's Michael Pitt being quashed by reports he was, in fact, married.

Kristen too, looked happy and relaxed as she filmed scenes for Camp X-Ray in LA on Wednesday for which she will play soldier in the armed forces.

Could we be looking at two stars on the right side of their infamous break up? We sure hope so.

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