Kristen Stewart gets the chop

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IOL pic july26 kristen stewart rupert sanders Reuters (File image) Director Rupert Sanders (right) poses with cast member Kristen Stewart at an industry screening of Snow White And The Huntsman in Westwood, California, in May this year. Sanders and Stewart admitted to a recent fling after being photographed kissing and embracing in the actress's car.

It’s a cold world out there and the Twilight ‘trampire’ is feeling the bite. With Robert Pattinson cutting her out of his life, another Hollywood door is set to close in Kristen Stewart’s face.

According to the Daily Mail, a sequel to the film ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ is in the works, and leading lady Stewart won’t get star billing, if she is even considered for a role. Instead, Universal are reportedly centering the new film on the huntsman played by Chris Hemsworth - described in the English daily as a “nice family man”.

Stewart transformed from ‘Twilight’ darling to international pariah virtually overnight after pictures of her in a clinch with ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ director Rupert Sanders were splashed across tabloid front pages.

There is no word yet on whether Sanders will get to direct the sequel, but his heartbroken wife Liberty Ross is said to have banned him from working with Stewart ever again.

“Liberty let it be known in no uncertain terms that Rupert can’t direct the sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman,” a source told gossip site Radar Online. - IOL

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