Robert Pattinson will separate from Kristen Stewart again. But not because she cheated on him again.
The British hunk told a German news outlet that he will head to Australia to begin filming "The Rover" in a "few days" for a nine-week movie shoot.
When German TV station proSieben asked Pattinson on the red carpet at the Golden Globes on Sunday, Jan. 13, if and when he will leave to head Down Under he answered "yeah, in a few days."
Pattinson, 26, shared a few details about the futuristic film "The Rover." He described the story as "cool" and "fun" with a story line that is set "20 years in the future."
"Basically, I'm an American whose brothers are in a criminal gang in Australia," Pattinson reportedly told ProSieben. "Guy Pearce's character kidnaps me to try and find my brother. Other than that, it's really complicated. But it's cool. It's really fun."
In November, Stewart was asked about Pattinson's gig Down Under. She shared that going to Australia was "high" on her list of places to visit and she "would love to make a movie there."
"I would love to make a movie there," Stewart reportedly told Ten News in November. "I would love to spend more time [there]. That's definitely very, very high on my list of personal expeditions."
Pattinson also spoke with Ten News at the time and said that the film company had already sent him pictures of deadly spiders to really get him "riled up about it."
Stewart was last seen with Pattinson on Sunday after he presented at the Golden Globes at an exclusive VIP after-party given by the show's co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
E! News reporter Marc Malkin tweeted, "Just got word that Kristen Stewart just joined Robert Pattinson at a super private post-Golden Globes VIP party."
E! Online reported that the couple paired up at The Soho House around 1 a.m. on Jan. 14. Stewart was dressed low-key in her signature casual look of jeans, sneakers, sweatshirt and her baseball cap turned backwards.
Ever since the couple rekindled their romance - Pattinson forgave Stewart for cheating on him with "Snow White and The Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders - the 23-year-old has been a constant fixture by Pattinson's side around the world. It is likely that Stewart, who is not expected to begin filming her next movie until spring, will join Pattinson Down Under.