The 'Personal Shopper' actress is in negotiations to headline an underwater 'Armageddon' movie to be helmed by 'The Signal' director.
After going indie with a series of movies in the past few years, Kristen Stewart is now back with big studio. The Hollywood Reporter learns that the former "Twilight Saga" actress is in talks to play a lead role in Fox's adventure thriller "Underwater".
Described as an underwater "Armageddon", the film will follow an underwater scientific crew that, after facing an earthquake, are forced to go on a dangerous journey for survival. Stewart is expected to play a jaded and hardened crewmember.
Will Eubank ("The Signal") is attached to serve behind the lens. Production is scheduled to begin in March in New Orleans.
Post "Twilight", Kristen Stewart ditched big-budgested movies in favor of small ones. In 2016 alone, she had at least five films like "Anesthesia", "Certain Women", "Personal Shopper", "Cafe Society" and "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk".