Kristen Stewart has been riding the A-list wave for a while now, but it seems her whole family might be poised to join her in the movie-making game. K-Stew’s mom is apparently a director and she’s cast both Kristen and her older brother, Cameron Stewart, in her upcoming film, K-11.
The prison drama will feature Cameron as a mohawked neo-Nazi inmate named Sledgehammer. Not exactly family-friendly fare, but Cam says shooting the movie was a bonding experience for the Stewarts. “This put us out of our element together,” he told People magazine. “I feel closer with my mom, a camaraderie. I had a lot of fun doing it. And if my sister can do it, then I thought I could do it.”
Cameron, who doesn’t have the typical leading man look, says he didn’t have to change much about his appearance for the role. “My mom wrote the part for me,” he says. “Not because I’m a tweaker but because I’m skinny. So I guess she was going for the whole skinny-Mohawk-neo-Nazi thing.” Kristen only has a small part in the film, but her involvement should be enough to gain some attention for the low-budget project. Hey, if I saw my sister cashing seven-figure checks, I’d probably feel “inspired” to try my hand at acting, too!