Kristen Stewart announces she is partnering to create the ‘most gayest, most fun-est’ ghost hunting series ever made
Kristen Stewart, 32, just made a special announcement that she will be working on a new ghost-hunting reality show project.
The actress jumped to social media to share the ghoulish news and informed fans that casting is currently ongoing for the, ‘most titallating ghost hunting show ever.’
The Twilight alum is partnering with CJ Romero and Scout Productions to bring the project to life.
Boo! Kristen Stewart announces on Instagram that she will be part of a new LGBTQ+ ghost-hunting TV show
Steward alerted viewers on hairstylist CJ Romero’s Instagram about the project. Romero, Stewart, and Scout Productions are all collaborating together to make the series.
Scout Productions is behind television shows such as Queer Eye and The Hype.
The star stated, ‘We need to find the most incredible LGBTQ+ ghost hunters, paranormal specialists, mediums, psychics, investigators who will lead the pack on this super gay ghost hunting adventure.’
New genre: The Spencer actress is jumping into the horror genre with the new scary, ghost series
Romero added a caption on the video, stating, ‘WE ARE CASTING!!!! Kristen, myself, and the team over at @scout.productions have been working really hard on this!! And guess what…NOW WE GET TO CAST THIS THING.’
‘Are you a medium, historian, ghost hunting expert…and also a part of the LGBTQIA+ community?? Well, if so, please go to the link in my bio and apply today!!! Can’t wait to see what you ghouls bring us!’ the hairstylist added.
The 32-year-old has dabbled in various genres throughout her career, including romance, fantasy, thriller, and drama.
Now, the star will tap into a mix of horror and reality TV.
Thrilled: Stewart, 32, looked beyond excited to jump onto a project and genre that is new to her
The actress recently was part of Pablo Larrain’s Spencer, where she played the iconic role of the late Princess Diana.
Her role and dramatic performance of Diana led to her receiving an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.
Stewart’s latest film she worked on was thriller, Crimes Of The Future, also starring Viggo Mortensen and Lea Seydoux.
The film was directed by Canadian director, David Cronenberg.
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The film was directed by Canadian director, David Cronenberg, and might not be for people who get queasy easily.
According to Insider, Stewart discussed Cronenberg’s films and that they might be, ‘difficult to watch and it’s fun to talk about people walking out of Cannes screenings.’
The star also talked about how at first, she didn’t really understand what the premise of Cronenberg’s film was.
‘I told him I have no idea what this movie is about, but I’m curious and maybe we can just figure it out,’ the 32-year-old stated.