December 12, 2009
Kristen Stewart spent the first 15 years of her life starring in movies made by her mother-- you know, the movies about dance recitals and piano concerts and "Look what I can do!" home stunts. Now that she's a megastar, is she really obligated to keep stepping in front of the camera at her mom's bidding?
Apparently not. Stewart had planned to star for her director mother Jules Mann-Stewart in K-11, but according to Gossip Cop, the planned January shoot has been postponed due both to Stewart's schedule and a few other factors. Stewart will be having a busy enough January as it is, with The Runaways and Welcome to the Rileys both premiering at Sundance.
K-11 will also star Nikki Reed, who rather unmemorably plays one of the Twilight vampires. In the film both Stewart and Reed will play transsexuals who wind up in the K-11 unit of lockup , where they keep people who wouldn't make it in the general population. Sounds bizarre and maybe intriguing, but only if Stewart manages to escape the vampires long enough to make it.