Two Clips from “On the Road” Sizzle
No matter what she does, Kristen Stewart can’t seem to escape baby fever. In the final installment of the Twilight series, Breaking Dawn Part 2, Bella and her frozen lover will raise their newly born half-breed for all the world to see.
And now, in a clip from her upcoming film On the Road, also starring Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley, Stewart’s character confidently expresses a dire wish for normalcy and a baby.
Granted, according to New York magazine’s The Vulture, that’s about as normal as her character, Marylou, gets. Apparently, drifter Marylou drifts between the loving embraces of both Dean Moriarty (Hedlund) and Sal Paradise (Riley), engaging in various sexual adventures, including and certainly not limited to a heated ménage à trios. Which brings up another point: clearly, Stewart also can’t escape awkward love triangles between two extremely good looking young men.
Stewart doesn’t stop exploring a woman’s sexual nature, and to prove it, bares all within the first five minutes of the film, along with fellow actor Hedlund, who also has plenty of daring exploits tucked neatly under his belt after this cinematic adventure.
Hedlund’s Moriarty is the energizer bunny of the film, always moving forward with an open mind and open body. After hooking up with Marylou, he continues to satiate his sexual appetites on anyone willing, or unwilling. Apparently, there’s a rather shocking scene where Hedlund sexually assaults Steve Buscemi’s character in an odd power play.
Whether willing or not, Moriarty certainly doesn’t show any sexual qualms, and that also applies to leaving his forgotten wife, played by Kirsten Dunst.
In the second clip, we see that Dunst’s Camille knows exactly what kind of man she married and has learned to accept life the way it is, letting him go and find whatever adventures suit him without her.
While Dunst’s role will obviously be a lot smaller than the leading trio, her presence can only add professionalism to the whole film which is full of budding and promising talent, though all three leads are rather green. Hedlund has barely had any opportunity to test his acting chops doing flicks like the dud Tron: Legacy, while we all know what kind of skills Stewart hasn’t been honing on the set of her vampire series. Hopefully, director Walter Salles will have the ability to bring out these players’ skills and give us something stunning.