Starring in "Snow White and the Huntsman" might have negatively impacted Kristen Stewart's personal life, but that won't stop the actress from reprising her role for the sequel.
Stewart confirmed she's on board for the "Snow White and the Huntsman" sequel during an interview with Indiewire.
"Oh, it’s gonna be f**kin’ amazing," Stewart said. "No, I'm so excited about it, it’s crazy ... I'm not allowed [to talk about it]. The other day I said that there was a strong possibility that we’re going to make a sequel, and that’s very true, but everyone was like, 'Whoa, stop talking about it.' So no, I’m totally not allowed to talk about it."
When asked to clarify whether or not ideas have already been tossed around, the 22-year-old actress replied, "Oh my God. F**k, yeah. Absolutely. And we’ve got a really amazing… [smiles] So, yeah. It’s all good. [laughs]."
Although Stewart will reprise her "Snow White" role, director Rupert Sanders will not be returning for the sequel, according to ComingSoon.net.
Stewart and Sanders, the husband of model Liberty Ross and a father of two, began an intimate relationship while on the set of the first film. Rumors previously circulated that Stewart's role in the sequel had been jeopardized, but Universal denied reports that she had been dropped.
RadarOnline.com claims it boiled down to a choice between Stewart or Sanders for the sequel. "The script has already been written and production will begin late next year," a source told Radar. "However, Rupert Sanders definitely won't be a part of the project. Rupert didn't want to be a part of it to begin with because he is desperately still trying to save his marriage. The search is still on for a new director."
"Snow White and the Huntsman" grossed over $396 million worldwide.
Stewart, whose role as Bella Swan finished with the final "Twilight" installment in November, also appears in Walter Salles' "On the Road," out Friday.