A sneak peek at K-Stew in the hotly-anticipated adaptation of Jack Kerouac's novel has hit screens
Kristen Stewart's certainly been a busy girl. A sneak peek at the starlet in Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 hit screens only yesterday, but already we've been treated to a clip of her hard at work in another of her upcoming flicks - On the Road.
The adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s critically acclaimed 1957 novel doesn't hit screens until November, but we've already got our hands on the trailer.
And it looks good.
The hotly-anticipated movie, about a trio who take a series of road trips around the US, will see Ms Stewart star alongside Brit actor Sam Riley, Viggo Mortensen and Garrett Hedland, while The Motorcycle Diaries' Walter Salles will direct.
According to Garrett, we're about to see a whole new side to K-Stew, with the actor branding Kristen's edgy performance in the movie 'incredible'.
‘[Kristen is] incredible, and in [On the Road], everyone is going to get to see how hard a worker she is, the devotion that she puts into her work,’ he gushed to MTV of the movie.
‘And her performance is going to be exposed highly in this.’
On the Road hits screens in September.
Are you looking forward to seeing K-Stew in her latest leading role? Let us know in the comments box below…
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