Someone get to a comic book store now and find a superhero for Kristen Stewart.
I caught up with the César award-winning actress at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of her indie drama Certain Women. I asked if she's constantly offered roles in Twilight-size franchises.
"They're not too common," Stewart said. "Trust me, I would love to find a big doozy of a movie that's interesting and worthwhile."
Like playing a superhero?
"Maybe," she said. "Go print that—I can't wait to play a superhero."
Stewart also revealed she's looking to make her feature film directing debut.
"Hopefully as soon as humanly possible," she said. "I really want to. I have to find the right thing. I started working when I was nine. I love this industry. I love what movies can do so I'll find my story."
Certain Women follows the lives of three woman (Stewart, Michelle Williams and Laura Dern) in small town America.
As we know, this isn't Stewart's first time at Sundance. Her previous trips have included the premieres of movies like Camp X-Ray, The Runaways and Welcome to the Rileys.
"I'm not totally biased. I really like making the small ones and I like making the big ones," Stewart said. "It's just when you get the right people together who really care about something, who are not solely interested in getting just love and attention and money and stuff and it's really for the love of the meditation on a subject and getting into something and baring your soul, [Sundance] is the perfect place to do it."