KRISTEN PLAYS SMALL ROLL "K-11"
Ted Casablanca of E! online'sThe Awful Truth obtained confirmation of what Kristen's role will be in K-11. Speaking with the representatives for director Jules Mann-Stewart, he was told that it will be a voiceover cameo.
She will play the secretary of Goran Visnjic who plays a "dissipated record producer, who finds himself locked up in L.A."
K-11 will be a Stewart family affair. Kristen's brother Cameron, will have a role in the film as well.
Casablanca says that Jules told them exclusively that "Kristen has always been supportive of K-11." "But you'll have to look very hard to find her. It's a micro-cameo."
"We'd already finished shooting the movie, but Kristen still wanted to be a part of it in some way," Jules said.
This film will be interesting and gritty. No release date has been set. The film is still in post-production, according to Casablanca.
Today K-11 Director and mother of Kristen Stewart, Jules Mann-Stewart, tweeted today that Kristen Stewart will appear in the movie in a "small roll."
Last year there were rumors that Kristen was to play one of the major parts, however, her role in Snow White and the Huntsman would not allow for her to participate in the film.
True or not, Josh Dickey of Variety, confirmed last July that Kristen would not be in the movie. Apparently, Kristen did find a way to participate in the film which also features her brother, Cameron.
Kristen's role is unknown at this time and is not listed on IMDb.
The dark character ensemble stars [Goran] Visnjic ("The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo") as a successful young record producer who wakes up after a three-day binge in a special unit of L.A. County's Men's Central Jail dedicated to vulnerable prisoners, a place ruled by a viper transsexual (del Castillo). Cameron Stewart will play an inmate named "Sledgehammer." ~Variety~