If you're longing for some extreme poutiness and a thousand yard stare between installments of "Breaking Dawn," the Movieverse has answered your prayers in the form of Cameron Stewart, big brother to the bringer of all that vampire mama drama, Kristen.
Variety reports that the mohawked and mustachioed Cameron will be taking his first shot at the silver screen as inmate Sledgehammer in prison drama "K-11," which marks mom Jules Mann-Stewart's directorial debut.
The film tells the story of a music producer who, following a bender, finds himself in a wing of the L.A. County Men's jail committed to housing prisoners, including members of the LGBT community, who are unlikely to survive when housed with the prison's general population.
The movie, which began shooting in California earlier this month, was originally rumored to number Cameron's famous little sis and her "Twilight" co-star Nikki Reed among the cast, but both actresses have since backed out of the production.
Despite the lack of K-Stew, Cameron is making his movie debut in good company: "E.R." actor Goran Visnjic stars as the film's main character, alongside "Youth in Revolt" star Portia Doubleday, D.B. Sweeney, and Kevin Smith's not-so-silent partner in on-screen crime, Jason Mewes.