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Kristen Stewart is casting for her directorial debut The Chronology Of Water

Kristen Stewart is casting for her directorial debut, an adaptation of the acclaimed memoir The Chronology Of Water


Kristen Stewart is casting for her directorial debut The Chronology of Water.

The Spencer actress, 31, revealed the project was getting close to production during an upcoming episode of the Variety Awards Circuit Podcast.

‘We’re casting right now,’ Stewart said. ‘We’ve been putting together and have been thinking about this for a really long time. I’m so stoked. It’s taken the time it’s needed.

Directing next: Kristen Stewart is casting for her directorial debut The Chronology of Water. She’s seen at the Tuesday night premiere of Spencer above 

Takes time: 'We're casting right now,' Stewart said. 'We've been putting together and have been thinking about this for a really long time. I'm so stoked. It's taken the time it's needed'

Takes time: ‘We’re casting right now,’ Stewart said. ‘We’ve been putting together and have been thinking about this for a really long time. I’m so stoked. It’s taken the time it’s needed’

‘Some of these take a decade to put together,’ she went on.

Stewart said she was pleased to have spent time developing her ideas, admitting: ‘I just jump every gun in my life and start talking about stuff before they’re really relevant, but it’s more relevant than ever.  

‘Now we’re casting the movie. We’re finding our Lidia Yuknavitch,’ she went on, referring to the memoirist who wrote the source material.

The Twilight actress is in the process of securing investors.

Talking about budgets, she said: ‘We don’t need that much. It’s a really small movie. It’s something I would have wanted to be cast in when I was younger.’ 

Stewart told fans not to hold their breath for a cameo from the starlet, telling Variety: ‘No. There’s actually no part for me. 

‘I guess depending on who plays Lydia, I could maybe play her older sister but probably not. I keep trying to figure out a way to get in there but I don’t think so.’

Survivor: The Chronology Of Water reflects on the 'troubled early life' of Lidia Yuknavitch,  above, 'weav[ing] an astonishing tale of survival,' according to its Google Books synopsis

Survivor: The Chronology Of Water reflects on the ‘troubled early life’ of Lidia Yuknavitch,  above, ‘weav[ing] an astonishing tale of survival,’ according to its Google Books synopsis

Princess perfect: Meanwhile, Stewart is generated awards season buzz for her performance as Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín's Spencer, which arrives in US theaters on November 5th

Princess perfect: Meanwhile, Stewart is generated awards season buzz for her performance as Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, which arrives in US theaters on November 5th 

The Chronology Of Water reflects on the ‘troubled early life’ of Lidia Yuknavitch, ‘weav[ing] an astonishing tale of survival,’ according to its Google Books synopsis. 

‘It is a life that navigates, and transcends, abuse, addiction, self-destruction and the crushing loss of a stillborn child.’

Meanwhile, Stewart is generated awards season buzz for her performance as Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, which arrives in US theaters on November 5th. 

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