Twilight star Kristen Stewart has reverted to her brown haircut and won’t appear in the prequel titled The Huntsman.
But 24-year-old actress chose to keep the color after the film was wrapped up. This was one lady who even kept the hue after cutting her hair.
According to E! News, "She even kept the Creamsicle color when she chopped her hair to just-above-chin length back in July."
But when she finally appeared in the press meeting for her latest movie, Equals, on Saturday in Tokyo, she was back to her olden days in matters of hair color.
Her strands of keratin held moisture in them and were styled in a messy yet natural look. This pixie cut was a trend that even Scarlett Johansson was copying later on.
The prequel will thus not include Kristen as Snow White and will be titled simply The Huntsman. It will come out two years from now. Universal Pictures is slated to release "The Huntsman" worldwide in April 2016.
Charlize Theron will be back as the vamp, but the angelic Kristen has steered clear of entering the melee that is this movie. Even the director has changed, according to NYDailyNews.
43-year-old Rupert Sanders was caught red-handed getting all frisky with Kristen and so he had to give away a large chunk of his wealth to Liberty Ross, his wife, who legally divorced him.
The new director who has replaced Rupert is none other than Shawshank Redemption screen wizard, Frank Darabont. The mess left behind after the Rupert-Kristen scandal was something which was hard to clear up.
The headlines in the tabloids and broken relationships on either end made life hell for both Rupert and Kristen not to mention their wife and boyfriend respectively.
Kristen’s new movie Equals has her starring opposite Jennifer Lawrence’s ex-boyfriend, Nicholas Hoult. The two play lovers in a future dystopia when feelings will have been discarded long ago by human beings.
"It's always a weird position to be put in any film where the director chooses two people and is saying, 'Hey, potentially in this world I'm creating you two could fall in love,' " Hoult told PEOPLE.
"Sometimes [this kind of situation] feels forced and tricky and awkward, but the kind of environment [director Drake Doremus] created was straightforward and easy," Hoult added. "Kristen is a great actress, and that just makes it very relaxed and my job very easy."
"I'm definitely not afraid of "feels," she said. "My life revolves around it, actually. Finding the balance between the head and the heart is important – but I've always been very driven by the gut."