Kristen Stewart ‘Dying’ to Work with Robert Pattinson Again
Many successful couples say the secret to keeping the fire burning is not spending too much time together so that absence has the chance to make the heart grow fonder. Kristen Stewart, however, apparently didn't get the memo.
The hit novel was inspired by the roles Stewart and Pattinson play in the 'Twilight' franchise, and it tells the story of a student who falls for a wealthy entrepreneur who lures her into his erotic world of S&M. Universal recently bought the film rights to the book, and although Stewart hasn't read it, she's certainly heard about it.
Asked by Celebuzz if she and Pattinson would consider co-starring in the flick, Stewart replied, "I’m dying to make another movie with Rob, I think that we’re a good team. I think whatever it is needs to be so ridiculously ambitious. So maybe! I just haven’t read it, so I don’t know what it is, but I would love to work with him again."
But before that happens, she's focused on 'Snow White and the Huntsman,' which hits theaters June 1. Talking about playing the lead role of Snow White -- who's re-imagined as a strong, gusty warrior -- Stewart said she thinks girls sometimes rely too much on a relationship to make them happy.
"It’s super on-trend right now to have strong girl power movies. I think it’s cool [Snow White] feels like such a girl, yet she’s super strong. The whole guy situation -- it’s a war movie," she said. "Things are happening way too fast to even consider a love triangle. Everyone thinks, ‘What’s happening with the Prince, Huntsman, and Snow White?' It’s like, are you kidding me? We’re all at war! It doesn’t matter right now."