Kristen Stewart has been out promoting the new paranormal show Living For The Dead, which follows LGBTQ+ ghost hunters exploring some of the world’s most infamous haunted locations.
The Hollywood leading lady serves as the executive producer, alongside her fiancée Dylan Meyer, and narrator of the eight episode ghost-hunting docuseries that’s now streaming on Hulu.
On Wednesday, Stewart appeared to be business mode when she was spotted seemingly moments before making her way to a meeting in the Soho neighborhood of Downtown Manhattan.
She looked to be in great spirits, if the big beaming smile on her face was any indication.
TCB: Kristen Stewart, 33, looked stylish when she headed out to take care of some business in the Soho neighborhood of Downtown Manhattan on Wednesday
On this day, Stewart looked business ready in a black-white plaid blazer over a black bra, along with black shorts and matching leather shoes and socks.
The Oscar-nominated actress accessorized with an assortment of rings, a necklace and light-lens sunglasses, all while she carried a stylish black purse.
Rounding out her overall look, the Charlie’s Angels actress had her tresses dyed a darker shade and pulled back off her face, styled over her ears, in a messy look.
Eventually, Los Angeles native came back out the same doors and back to the bustling streets of New York City with a big smile on her face.
After being approached by several people for a selfie or autograph, a man stepped in and helped usher her off to her next destination without too many interruptions.
Stewart looked to be going about her day solo, as there was no sign of Meyer, whom she has been engaged to for about two years.
Meyer and Stewart were first romantically linked in summer 2019, but the couple actually met six years before on a movie set (most likely Camp X-Ray) and then reconnected through a mutual friend, sparking a whirlwind romance.
“The day that I met her, it was like all bets were off,” Stewart said during an appearance on The Howard Stern Show in November 2019.
Stylish: The Hollywood leading lady made her way to her destination in a black-and-white plaid blazer over a black bra and matching short, shoes and socks
Eventually Stewart reappeared, seemingly after a meeting, and was greeted by fans and people looking to snap a photo or get an autograph
Glowing: The actress flashed an infectious smile as she made her way back out to the bustling streets of Downtown Manhattan
New gig: Stewart has been out promoting the new paranormal show Living For The Dead, which follows LGBTQ+ ghost hunters exploring some of the world’s most infamous haunted locations
Following in the footsteps of her screenwriter father, Oscar-nominated screenwriter Nicholas Meyer, Meyer has racked up numerous credits both as a writer and actress, most recently having worked on the screenplay for Amy Poehler’s 2021 coming-of-age Netflix film, Moxie.
Her writing resume also includes Loose Ends (2015) and XOXO (2016), which stars Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland, as well as eight episodes of the comedy series Miss 2059 (2017-2018).
Hailing from the creators of Queer Eye, Meyer and Stewart have been working behind-the-scenes on their friend CJ Romero’s Living For The Dead.
The series follows five LGBTQ+ ghost hunters roaming the country. Dubbed ‘Ghost Hunties,’ they’ll explore various haunted locations as they push the boundaries between the living and the dead. Along with Le May and Taylor, the ghost-hunting team also includes Juju Bae, Ken Boggle and Roz Hernandez.
The cast work together to investigate locations that includes Copper Queen Hotel, Waverly Hills Sanatorium, the Clown Hotel, Palace Theater and the Palomino, according to People.
Partnering up: Stewart serves as narrator and executive producer, alongside fiancée Dylan Meyer, on the new Hulu docuseries Living For The Dead
Item: The couple started dating in 2019, six years after first meeting on a set, and have been engaged for about two years
‘It’s so cool and enlivening that me and my best friend CJ Romero had this funny idea, and now it’s a show,’ Stewart said in a statement, as reported by Bloody Disgusting.
She went on to reveal that the show started as ‘a bit of a hypothetical silly pipe dream, and now I am so proud to have shepherded something that is as moving and meaningful as it is truly a gay old time.’
Commending the cast, she said they ‘make me laugh and cry and they had the courage and heart to take us places I wouldn’t go by myself.’
She ended the statement by sharing how it’s been a ‘cool maiden voyage’ for the company she started with Meyer and Maggie McLean.
‘This is just the beginning for us and for Living for the Dead,’ Stewart said, adding, ‘We wanna one day have traipsed across the entire spooky a** country. Maybe the world!’