Kristen Stewart is in the running for Best Actress this year for her role as Princess Diana in Spencer, but the actress has something completely different (and just as exciting) in store for her fans. In a profile published by The New Yorker today the dusk The star has revealed that she is taking another plunge into the supernatural realm. Yes, that’s right: Stewart is going to start the ghost hunt. Specifically, it features the foregrounds of a gay ghost-hunting reality TV series. Whether that means gay ghost hunters or gay ghost hunters is unclear – the two, however, seem equally alluring.
While the synopsis for his new series is mostly kept under wraps, Stewart gave a little teaser in the interview. She explained that the series is “a paranormal game in a queer space,” with “a high aesthetic.” No other details were leaked in the play, but Stewart did offer the writer a few pitch decks, meaning she has a pretty good idea of what’s to come.
“Gay people love pretty things,” Steward said. “So we are aiming for wealth.
Stewart is working on the untitled gay ghost hunt reality TV series with her fiancé, screenwriter Dylan Meyer. The couple started dating in 2019 and Meyer proposed to Stewart last summer. Now, with the planning of the wedding, the couple have started this brand new project.
Meyer’s credits include writing on films like Moxie and XOXO. Stewart, who works primarily as an actress in films, is working on her directorial debut with The timeline of water, an adaptation of the memoirs of Lidia Yuknavitch. The film will follow Yuknavich’s unwavering story of abuse, drug addiction, health issues, and more. In her New Yorker profile, Stewart revealed a vision board for the project, which included images of “swimming pools, dark living rooms from the 70s, the grassy bed of the Ichetucknee River in Florida, a childhood photograph of Yuknavitch and his sister. “.
“I want to fuck with a split screen,” Stewart said of The timeline of water. “Like, really shredded memories. I want seasons. I want the movie to have significance.
At the time of publication, there was no word on exactly what Stewart is feeling.