Twilight producer Wyck Godfrey recently revealed that the film's lead pair - Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are doing the right thing by choosing films which might not necessarily be mainstream.
"They've each been really smart about the way they've followed up their Twilight careers in that they've not jumped into big studio fare in general," Godfrey told The Hollywood Reporter. "They've chosen directors and movies based on the movie, not the size of the movie." (via Enstars)
After wrapping up the big studio franchise [Twilight saga], both Stewart and Pattinson dived into smaller, offbeat films like - On The Road, Clouds Of Sils Maria and Water For Elephants, Cosmopolis - respectively.
Both actors have not been able to replicate the success of their Twilight films with the movies that followed and fans have often wondered whether the former couple will come together on screen - just for the sake of their careers, if nothing else.
Godfrey revealed that he continues to remain in touch with the stars and teased that they all might come together again for a project.
"We keep in touch with all of them in the way you keep in touch with actors who have busy lives and are half your age," Godfrey said via Gossip Cop. "Every half-year we catch up and try to find something else to work on together."