Kristen Stewart considering Ron Howard film? Kristen Stewart has been taking on a number of different film roles recently, and now it appears she may be venturing into a film with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer.

The project from Howard and Grazer would possibly cast Stewart in the role of an underage prostitute who inadvertently kills a gang member and then goes on the run, states Celebuzz. The film is reportedly currently titled Little America.

Josh Brolin is allegedly also interested in the film in the role of a truck driver who later meets the teenage character as they form a bond.

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  • September 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    Should be interesting, but she should avoid the typecasting trap that Hollywood sets for young stars. She needs to diversify the roles she chooses a lot more – do something entirely different and expand her range.

  • September 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    I hate to say it but, she’s trying to break the mold of Bella Swan, but now she’s repeating prostitute/tough girls roles….jumping from one stereotype to another….be careful.

  • September 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    Disagree with the first two comments. Her roles for the most parts have been different in all her movies. Cake Eaters (mentally slow girl), On the Road (hippie wife), K12 (transexual prisoner) and Twilight movies (Bella). 🙂

  • September 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    No more teenage prositutes. Not right after “welcome to the Riley’s. The Ron Howard movie ia a chase movie. Why does the heroine have to be a prostitute? Such a cliche. Why not just a blue collar girl, trying to support herself at a minimum-wage job? That’s a heroic situation in itself. I have trouble believing Kristen when she’s slumming. Even as Joan Jett, she seemed too intelligent to accept such a squalid lifestyle–and too beautiful and capeable to need to. That’s a rare quality. She should capitalize on it. Incidentally, “The Cake Eaters” was not about a mentally slow girl. It was about a smart girl with a neurological disease that affected her speech and movement.. Kristen’s performance was magnificent and heartbreaking. And she got her weight down to about eighty-five pounds for the part. Talk about dedication. She was only a kid at the time–fourteen or fifteen.

  • September 28, 2010 | Permalink |

    Which brings up the question of K-2. Big, huge mistake. How can Kristen play a male transvestite? Even the most effeminate guy on earth could never look like Kristen. In any group photo, Kristen has the smallest face and the most delicate features of any girl, even the beautiful women of Twilijght. If Kristen had been born an XY, she”d look like her brother Cameron. He has a small face and fine featues for a guy, but put a dress on him and he would look like a guy in a dress. He’d still have the facial bones of a guy–the heavy brow ridge, the bigger jaw and teeth, the cheekbones, the more pronounced nose. And instead of Kris’s lovely smooth neck and shoulders, he’d have an adams apple, prominent collarbone, knobby shoulders, elbows, knees. No guy has kristen’s beautiful, smooth legs, her pretty hands and feet, etc.. A story about a male transvestite is tragic and comical because it’s about a person who wants desperately to be something he’s not. He wants to be Kristen. With the real Kristen in the role, the story loses its poignancy and its logic. Kristen’s mom needs to find an actual guy to play the part.. Besides, people are going to stay away from this movie in droves. Right now, Kristen needs a film that people will actually come to see, to prove she can open a movie that isn’t Twilight. Otherwise, she could be throwing away the chance to be the reigning actress of her generation. .

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