Kristen Stewart announces cast for LGBTQ series Ghost-Hunting
Kristen Stewart has opened the doors to her paranormal reality series, calling on ghost hunters and psychics to audition for the upcoming production.
“I’m awfully excited to announce that I’m teaming up with Scout, the producers of ‘Queer Eye’, ‘Legendary’ and ‘The Hype’, on the most gay, fun and popular queer ghost-hunting show. hottest ever,” says Stewart wearing sunglasses in a video shared by her hairstylist and friend CJ Romero on Instagram Monday afternoon. “We need to find the most incredible LGBTQ+ ghostbusters, specialists in paranormal, psychics, psychics, investigators who will lead the pack on this super gay ghost hunting adventure.”
Would-be ghost hunters from the LGBTQ+ community can fill out a questionnaire regarding their experience with the paranormal via the website shared with the video.
Stewart, who identifies as LGBTQ+, first revealed she was working on creating a ghost-hunting reality series in an interview with The New Yorker in November 2021. The actress was in the middle of the awards race for her lead performance in ‘Spencer,’ in which she portrays Diana, Princess of Wales as the royal herself is visited by ghosts.
“Gay people like pretty things,” Stewart said at the time. “So we’re aiming for wealth.” She also described the project as “a paranormal game in a queer space”.
According to the casting call announcement, Stewart will serve as executive producer of the untitled ghost-hunting reality series. The project represents the actress’ latest move to work behind the scenes. Stewart is also gearing up to make her directorial debut, an adaptation of Lidia Yuknavitch’s memoir “The Water Timeline.” She is also writing a television series with her fiancé, screenwriter Dylan Meyer.