Robert Pattinson will be expected to discuss "everything" in his first television interview since Kristen Stewart's affair scandal.
The British star will promote his new movie Cosmopolis on Good Morning America on August 15.
There was speculation about whether the chat would avoid questions about his private life and just focus on the film.
However, sources close to ABC insist the TV show will have "full access" to Pattinson and plan to address Stewarts' illicit romance with married director Rupert Sanders.
"Everything's on the table [for discussion]," a source told New York Post.
There are also reports that Jon Stewart will be interviewing Pattinson for The Daily Show next week.
Both appearances were scheduled before the affair was revealed.
Meanwhile, 22-year-old Kristen appears to be struggling in the wake of the attention surrounding her personal life.
The actress has reportedly pulled out of her first scheduled public appearance since news broke that she had an affair with director Rupert Sanders.
And RadarOnline claims that the brunette beauty is not ready to face the limelight as she comes to terms with the ramifications of her actions.
"Kristen won't be doing the red carpet for On The Road - she's too ashamed to show her face in public right now," a source told the site about the August 16 event.
"There's also the dilemma of standing next to her co-star in the movie, Tom Sturridge. He's very close to Rob and Kristen thinks it would be awkward for her to promote the movie on the red carpet alongside him.
"Kristen is very proud of her work for On The Road, she grew up reading Kerouac novels and this is a production she always wanted to star in.
"If she appears at the London premiere, it will detract people from the movie itself and Kristen doesn't want that at all."
Meanwhile, Rob is set to make his first appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart next Monday.
- Cover Media