Kristen Stewart has a few new interviews out right now to promote the release of On The Road, and in one, she talked about what her post-Twilight Saga career choices are like.
Speaking to Ireland's Movies.ie, she said:
"The only time I have ever had to answer that question is in an interview. I don't look for anything. It's a very odd thing to pretend to be someone else and let people watch you do that. It really takes something special and I never know what that is until I find it. People who put movies into boxes... Into genres... When life is really sad, it's really funny too and what is that? Is it a dark comedy? Or is it a dramedy? Or is it a drama that's sometimes funny? I have no desire to...This sounds so pretentious, but I don't want to be in the entertainment industry, movies can be pretty important if you want them to be, and it's the only time I feel like it's worth doing such a ridiculous thing as acting in a film."
Currently, Kristen Stewart is attached to star in Lie Down In Darkness, a film role which she desperately wanted to score. The hold up for that project, though, is financing.
On The Road releases in the United States on December 21st.