Kristen Stewart Wants Demi Moore to Play Her Mom in a MovieBy: Shana Norris - June 16, 2014
Kristen Stewart allegedly wants Demi Moore to play her mom in a future movie, according to Radar Online.
A source revealed that Stewart thinks an onscreen mother-daughter pairing would “help both their careers and somewhat depressing public images.”
Both actors have went through very public breakups in the last few years. Moore’s eight-year marriage to Ashton Kutcher ended in November 2013. Stewart’s high-profile relationship with fellow Twilight actor Robert Pattinson ended soon after reports surfaced that Stewart had had an affair with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.
Stewart and Pattinson recently made headlines when it was rumored he was living with her after admitting to late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel that he was “homeless.”
According to the Radar Online source, Stewart has admired Moore for many years:
“It’s been a long-held dream of Kristen’s to star in a movie with Demi. She’s been a fan of hers for a good 15 years and is on the hunt for a fun action role for her and Demi!” the source said.
Stewart doesn’t have a specific movie in mind yet. If she can track down a great one, there’s a chance her wish will come true:
“Demi’s very receptive to working with Kristen, but it will all depend on what scripts she can muster.”
Moore is no stranger to maternal film roles these days. She played Miley Cyrus’ mother in the 2012 remake of the French movie LOL and she’ll play Elizabeth Olsen’s mother in Very Good Girls which is set to release June 24.
The 51-year-old actress will also star in the western Forsaken later this year alongside father-son duo Donald and Kiefer Sutherland.
It was just announced that Moore will be replacing Sarah Jessica Parker in Wild Oats, which also stars Jessica Lange and Shirley MacLaine.
As for Stewart, she’ll be starring alongside Juliette Binoche and Chloë Grace Moretz in French director Olivier Assayas’ Clouds of Sils Maria later this year.
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