Kristen Stewart will portray actress Jean Seberg in political thriller 'Against All Enemies'. The movie will chronicle Seberg's relationship with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal, which turned her into a person of interest at the FBI in the 1960s.
Against All Enemies is the upcoming biography/thriller movie about an ambitious young FBI agent. He is assigned to investigate iconic actress Jean Seberg, when she becomes embroiled in the tumultuous civil rights movement in late 1960s Los Angeles.
The FBI agent will be portrayed by Jack O'Connell, a young English actor known for his amazing roles in movies such as Starred Up (2013), '71 (2014), Unbroken (2014), and Tulip Fever (2017).
And the legendary Jean Seberg will be played by Kristen Stewart, who has just officially joined the project a few days ago.
Benedict Andrews will direct Against All Enemies. He is known for directing National Theatre's productions, and for his debut feature length movie Una (2016).
The dynamic duo behind movies such as Frankie & Alice (2010) and Race (2016) - Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse - will script this amazing based-on-a-real-life story.
Against All Enemies doesn't have a release date, but the minute we find out more about this movie, we will let you know!