Kristen Stewart has been called a "Hollywood pariah" whom no one wants to work with or even be around. That may or may not be true. However, the real question is: Can the sweet little Twilight Saga heroine be an evil b*tch? Don't ask her f**king boyfriend, Robert Pattinson. Ask the lady herself. In her recent Elle Magazine interview, KStew revealed her desire to play mean, evil, cold-hearted, downright sociopathic women. In fact, KStew says her dream is to play an "evil c**t." And she even has 2 such "dream" roles picked out. Her first choice is the role of Peyton Ellis in a screen version of Lie Down in Darkness. Actually, Peyton sounds more like a victim than a c**t, since she's described as "a suicidal young girl in love with her father." But for some reason, KStew sees her as evil.
"I want to play Peyton more than anything I can possibly taste or touch in my life," Kristen explained. "I want to play her so bad. She's in love with him. I mean, I think she's in love with him. It's not his fault. They're the most f***ed-up family."
Obviously, Kristen ditched her Psych 101 class lecture on how sexually predacious fathers groom their daughter-victims to believe that abuse is love. Duh. At any rate, she wants Colin Firth to play her father if the film is ever made. Her second choice of evil b*tch parts would be the role of Cathy in a remake of John Steinbeck's classic novel, East of Eden. Cathy is a sociopath who murders her parents and abandons her children. KStew wants to take on the role when she's a little older.
"She's a psychopathic, evil c**t!" Kristen enthused. "I haven't done that yet."
So, there you have it. It seems Kristen Stewart wants to get as far removed from Bella Swan with her future roles as Robert Pattinson wanted to get from Edward Cullen. Rob is apparently accomplishing that with Cosmopolis and Bel Ami, although neither film has hit theaters yet. The question is: Is the public ready for a sociopathic Kristen Stewart? Surprisingly, the answer seems to be "Yes." According to a Hollywood Life Poll, a whopping 83.86 percent of the respondents thought Rob's better half should start playing worse women. They think she'd be good at portraying bad characters, and that if she wants to do it, she should go for it.
So there you have it. Wonder what RPattz thinks?
Â© Hope Carson 2011
Hope Carson is the author of 2 books: A Roaring Girl: An Interview with the Thinking Man's Hooker and A Thousand and One Night Stands: The Life of Jon Vincent. You can follow her on Twitter.