Kristen Stewart to star in TV show with fiancé Dylan Meyer – here is what we know so far!

Though most famous for her role as Isabella “Bella” Swan in The Twilight (2008) Saga, Kristen Stewart was the world’s highest-paid actress in 2012 but has now teased a new TV project with fiancée Dylan Meyer: ‘We discovered a super brain’.

The Twilight star and the screenwriter announced their engagement in November, and now it’s been confirmed that the couple made the decision to pair up professionally.

While Kristen Stewart has technically been keeping busy promoting her new film Spencer, it’s seemed like she’s been just as bent on discussing the fact that she’s engaged to the screenwriter Dylan Meyer. This is no Jennifer Lopez-Ben Affleck situation: The 31-year-old Best Actress nominee is simply that stoked about taking their two-year relationship to the next level.

Meyer and Stewart originally met on a movie set in 2013 but only started dating after reconnecting in 2019.

Shortly after the Academy Award nominations were announced, Meyer posted a photo on Twitter of a fake Oscar statue with the inscription: “Best Sweetheart”.

“Guess I’m not going to have to give her this anymore,” she joked.

“I love being engaged,” Stewart said “It’s different.… I just feel so happy and lucky.” It turns out the pair is working on a TV show, and Stewart didn’t take the decision to make things even more professional by starring in it lightly. “You don’t want that to affect this beautiful relationship you have,” she said. At the rate things are going, Stewart needn’t have worried: Their collaboration couldn’t be going better. They wrote the first episode in a week and a half, “like [they] discovered a superbrain.” Stewart chalks it up to Meyer: “She’s a really genuinely brilliant fucking screenwriter.”

Stewart didn’t give any update on their wedding date, but some wouldn’t be surprised if they’ve already tied the knot on the sly. “I’m so unceremonial,” she said during an appearance on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert last month. “We might just go do it this weekend or something, I don’t know, and then, like, just hang out with everyone afterwards. I just want to do it, you know? I’m not a good planner. I can’t make plans for dinner.” Noting Colbert’s reaction about her nonchalance, Stewart continued, “I like to pivot. You never know where I’m going, man. Come with me.” Invitation accepted: Who wouldn’t want to see Stewart carry out her plan to get married in Levi’s and a cropped tuxedo tee?

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