Kristen Stewart has no idea what's next for her now that "Twilight" is coming to an end. As she sees it, there's pretty much only two options: get a haircut or begin work on her next film.
"I don't know, man. I'm gonna get my hair trimmed. It's looking pretty deadski, right now. Don't know, man," she told MTV News' Josh Horowitz while promoting the fifth and final "Twilight Saga" film, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," out now.
It looks like that haircut has a better chance of happening than her rumored next role in "Lie Down in Darkness." She was first attached to the part back in August, but since then, talks have seemed to quiet down.
"It's not getting there," she said. "It's difficult to make, because it's kind of incredibly, really incredibly epic in scale, but it doesn't have superheroes in it, you know what I mean? Also, I think ... it needs to happen natural. I don't even know why I mentioned it before. I was just overly enthusiastic. I'm still a week off from knowing exactly [what's next]."
If it does happen next, it would plant Stewart in the Deep South. The story, based on William Styron's 1951 novel of the same name, follows a dysfunctional Southern family. Stewart is rumored to play Peyton Loftis, whose looks make her a perfect target for her mother's anger and her father's incestuous advances. Additionally, Peyton has a handicapped sister, Maudie, who she is constantly being compared to. "Crazy Heart" director Scott Cooper was last attached to direct the indie.
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