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Kristen Stewart Eyes Focus Opposite Ben Affleck

Source:   Variety
November 2, 2012


As her highly successful franchise winds down with the November 15 release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, Kristen Stewart appears to have lined up another major role. Variety reports that she's in talks to appear opposite Ben Affleck in Focus.

Crazy, Stupid, Love directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa will helm the Warner Bros. production, which is said to involve a romance between a professional conman and someone just learning the criminal art and how their past relationship comes back into play when they meet up again years later.

Stewart can also be seen in the upcoming On the Road, set for a limited release December 21.

(Photo Credit: Lia Toby / WENN.com)


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