Kristen Stewart joins mum's film
Kristen Stewart's next project will be a family affair as she is joining her brother in her mum's movie.
The Twilight actress will have a small voiceover role in her mum Jules Stewart's directorial debut K-11, reports E! Online.
It was already known that the star couldn't take a lead role in the prison drama because she is so busy with other films such as Snow White And The Huntsman and the final instalment of the vampire series, but Jules has now confirmed that she will make a "micro-cameo".
The 21-year-old will lend her voice to the character of Karen, the secretary of a record producer (Goran Visnjic) who finds himself in K-11 - the Los Angeles County Jail section reserved for homosexuals.
Jules said: "We'd already finished shooting the movie, but Kristen still wanted to be a part of it in some way."
She added that her daughter has "always been supportive" of the project.
Kristen's elder brother Cameron will make his big-screen debut in K-11, playing a male prisoner.