We have to wait until November for Breaking Dawn Part 2, but you can still catch some of your favorite Twilight Saga cast members in other movies over the summer. NextMovie has compiled a great guide for us all to make sure we don’t miss out on catching our favorite Twilight actor(s) in their latest flick(s):
Kristen Stewart: ‘On The Road’ and ‘Snow White and the Huntsman.’
As mentioned above, KStew has two offerings for this summer, and they’re coming hot and heavy, one right after another. First will be the long-awaited adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s seminal novel “On The Road,” dropping on May 23. I don’t simply mean it’s “long-awaited” because it’s been in development for two years and Twi-hards have been itching to see Stewart as a crazy teenage ’40s beatnik. Hollywood has been trying to adapt the book, in one form or another, since 1957. Why has it been so difficult? It’s not exactly a “clean” story arc, giving directors license to get way too artsy with it. Don’t get your hopes up too much. Let’s just focus on the joy of seeing KStew getting sweaty dancing to jazz, man.
If “On The Road” does disappoint, you have “Snow White and the Huntsman” around the corner on June 1, and that seems highly likely to be awesome. Stewart couldn’t have played her cards much better: a notable indie dropping right before a shoo-in summer blockbuster. She’ll dominate the movie press for at least those two weeks.
Robert Pattinson: ‘Cosmopolis’ and ‘Bel Ami’
Like his lady, R.Pattz also has an upcoming art-house film and a larger budget film. “Bel Ami,” coming on June 8, is based on an 1885 French novel by Guy de Maupassant and, despite costarring Uma Thurman, Kristin Scott Thomas and Christina Ricci, looks about as boring as it sounds. But I get why Pattinson signed on. He needs to do everything in his power to go beyond Edward.
His larger-budget film, “Cosmopolis,” debuts next month at Cannes and, for my money, is the most intriguing movie on this list. It’s by no means a guaranteed blockbuster like “Snow White,” but it has the most dark-horse potential to be an awards winner and a cult classic. Directed by David Cronenberg (“A History of Violence,” “Eastern Promises”) and based on a Don DeLillo novel, it’s the best chance Pattinson has to break the Edward typecasting.
Anna Kendrick: ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting.’
While I’m not going to crunch the numbers, it’s likely Kendrick will be the “Twilight” cast member who gets the most work in Hollywood. That’s why it’s no surprise Kendrick appears in May 18′s “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” since the studio tried to squeeze as many marketable names as it could in this ensemble cast. She plays Rosie, a character “who reunites with an old flame and fellow food-truck owner and becomes pregnant.” Other than that, I can’t tell you more than the film’s omnipresent marketing has already done.
Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron took center stage at WonderCon 2012 in Anaheim, CA on Saturday (March 17) to talk about their movie, ‘Snow White and the Huntsman.’
After taking seats alongside one another, Miss Stewart gushed about how proud she is of Sanders’ work, saying, “Everything I wanted [Snow White] to be is there and that’s really rare.”
Meanwhile, Miss Theron discussed how enjoyable of an experience it was playing the Evil Queen, as she told, “Everyone has an idea of her. And there’s something nice about f***ing with that idea.”
Back to Kristen, the 21-year-old told audience members that the stunt work and action scenes drew her to the project, though they ended up causing a few injuries. “I hurt myself a lot… I got to jump off cliffs and ride horses. And that terrified me. I didn’t like that,” she revealed.