Kristen Stewart will have plenty of work post-Twilight -- her movie Snow White and the Huntsman is already set to become a trilogy of movies. So should Robert Pattinson be worried that his ladylove will be spending a lot of time with other hunky actors in the near future?
Her costars include Thor star Chris Hemsworth as the huntsman, a bounty hunter of sorts who works for the evil queen (Charlize Theron) capturing young girls fleeing the kingdom (the queen apparently sucks the beauty and youth from them like a vampire in order to maintain her looks). After being imprisoned by the queen for years, Kristen Stewart's character escapes and becomes a warrior in the woods with a little help from the vengeful huntsman, falling in love with him in the process.
Robert Pattinson might not have to worry too much about Chris Hemsworth working with his girlfriend on the trilogy -- he's a happily married man. However, just as in the Twilight movies, Kristen Stewart's character will be torn between two loves. She'll eventually also meet a prince played by Sam Claflin, probably best known for his role in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides as a missionary that falls in love with a mermaid.
It is Sam Claflin that Robert Pattinson really might have to worry about -- the handsome newcomer might be the next big thing, and it's easy to imagine him hoping to hook up with a Hollywood pro like Kristen Stewart to help further his career. He might be dating actress Laura Haddock right now, but many celebs have left their significant others for costars (examples of recent costar couples that were created after splits are Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig and Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone).
So will Kristen Stewart fall for her movie prince in real life while working on the Snow White and the Huntsman trilogy, and does the movie really need two sequels? Stay tuned to find out if she's found the next Twilight saga (and if she'll snag Robert Pattinson's teen heart-throb replacement).