Kristen Stewart has signed back on to her mom’s film, K-11. The Twilight actress was forced to drop out of the film last year due to scheduling conflicts. Her priority at the time was the highly anticipated, Snow White and the Huntsman, film.
Now that Kristen’s schedule has slowed down a little, she can make the time for her mom’s directorial debut. Jules Mann-Stewart has juggled things around to accommodate her daughter’s crazy schedule. Kristen originally was slated to star in the film, but has now agreed to a minor role. Jules tweeted the news last night, “Excited to say that a final stage addition to @K11OfficialFilm is Kristen playing a small role.”
The film will focus on the inner workings of a special section of a men’s correctional facility, dubbed K-11. A transsexual essentially rules over the tough ward which includes a child molester and a troubled transgender individual. The film will follow a record producer who must learn how to navigate the hierarchy of the ward, as he tries to gain his freedom.
Kristen’s brother, Cameron Stewart, will be making his big debut in the film. There is no word on what role Kristen Stewart will play, but it was originally thought she would appear as a transsexual. Kristen likes to experiment with different types of roles, and this film certainly fits the bill.