Well there were rumours but it seems that she turned the offer off. Read below:
Kristen Stewart, we get it. It’s tough being a member of the press.
The media-shy “Twilight” star once said interviews make her start to “smell bad” and her “hands sweat.” So we can understand why she might have a hard time getting into the role of an interviewer – even that of iconic feminist reporter Lois Lane.
According to a source close to Zack Snyder, director of the upcoming “Superman: Man of Steel,” K.Stew recently met with the filmmaker and his wife, Deborah – who’s a producer on the film with Christopher (“Inception”) Nolan – to discuss her taking the role of Lane.
The meeting could not have lasted long. The source says Stewart “ultimately passed” on being cast as the intrepid Daily Planet reporter who works alongside Clark Kent and becomes Superman’s love interest.
Our source, who works with Snyder, says the director did not offer Stewart the role, but had “definite” interest in her playing the quick-thinking brunette.
Stewart, however, had specific reasons for turning down the part. The source says the intense-eyed actress, whose rumored involvement with “Twilight” co-star Robert Pattinson set the media swooning, was “caught off guard” by the success of that film franchise and wasn’t ready to leap into a similar situation just yet. Instead, the source said, Stewart professed an interest in “smaller, independent films.” (Stewart’s spokeswoman said only that she “did not read for the part” and declined to elaborate.)
Legitimate reasons, perhaps, but our source says Snyder was left feeling “slighted” by Stewart and that the awkward beauty had “wasted his time.”
Snyder, whose résumé includes “300,” is also reportedly considering Jessica Biel, “Glee’s” Dianna Agron, Rachel McAdams, Malin Akerman and Mila Kunis for the role of Lane. (On Sunday, Warner Bros. said that Brit Henry Cavill, best known for his role as Charles Brandon, First Duke of Suffolk, in Showtime’s “The Tudors,” would play Superman (and alter ego Clark Kent.)
Warner Bros. did not get back to us with a comment by deadline.
Despite her desire to do some indie films, Stewart may be willing to reach for the hair dye for one big-budget part. Another insider close to the actress says she hasn’t ruled out the title role in director Rupert Sanders’ “Snow White and the Huntsman,” which is to begin filming this summer.
Production for “Superman” is also to begin in Vancouver this summer – which could have meant a potential conflict for Stewart, had she wanted both roles.
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