Kristen Stewart made her short-film directorial debut with Scott Free in 2017 with the experimental quick “Come Swim.” Deadline reviews that Stewart will make her characteristic movie debut with Scott Free, too. And this movie additionally offers with swimming, albeit in a extra direct means.
Stewart will adapt “The Chronology Of Water,” Lidia Yuknavitch‘s 2011 memoir of the identical title, as her big-screen filmmaking debut. The memoir follows a younger lady whose life will get saved by swimming and lyrical poetry as she grows up from a sexually abusive family to turn into a instructor, mom, and author. Imogen Poots will star as Yuknavtich within the upcoming movie. Stewart co-adapts the script with Andy Mingo.
“Lidia’s memoir honors corporeal expertise, radically,” stated Stewart in a press assertion in regards to the movie. “To make that have bodily feels important to me and what this impulse means … is that it completely have to be a movie. This venture has been cooking for 5 years with the assistance of Scott Free, whom I couldn’t be extra privileged to have as companions and associates. Imogen Poots will carry this film and the staggering weight of Lidia’s life. She will maintain it. I’m past fortunate to have her.”
Ridley Scott and Michael Pruss produce the venture with Scott Free with Andy Mingo. Rebecca Feuer additionally serves as government producer on the movie by Scott Free.
Stewart’s latest work consists of her Oscar-nominated efficiency as Princess Diana in Pablo Larrain‘s “Spencer.” This 12 months, she starred in David Cronenberg‘s “Crimes Of The Future.” She additionally just lately wrapped taking pictures on “Love Lies Bleeding,” Rose Glass‘ sci-fi love story. She co-stars in that movie with Steven Yeun.
As for Poots, latest movie roles embody Florian Zeller‘s “The Father” with Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman and Azazel Jacob‘s “French Exit.” She additionally had a big supporting position on Prime Video‘s “Outer Vary” the 12 months with Josh Brolin.
“The Chronology Of Water” joins the ever-growing record of Scott Free’s upcoming movies. Rather a lot is coming from that banner within the subsequent 12 months or two, together with Scott’s “Napoleon” movie with Apple with Joaquin Phoenix because the French army chief and emperor. Different titles embody Matt Ruskin‘s “Boston Strangler” with Keira Knightley, Jordan Scott‘s “Berlin No one” with Eric Bana and Sadie Sink, Fede Alvarez‘s new “Alien” film, and Kenneth Branagh‘s “A Haunting In Venice.”
A Kristen Stewart-Imogen Poots team-up? Exhausting to not be enthusiastic about this upcoming movie. Don’t anticipate “The Chronology Of Water” in theaters till 2024, although.