Could Rupert Sander's affair with Kristen Stewart be a boon to Liberty Ross' budding film career?
According to a Radar Online, the 33-year-old British actress wants to take full advantage of the spotlight the cheating scandal has cast her in. What's more, Ross, whose previous credits include small roles in Madonna’s "W.E." and "Snow White and the Huntsman," is now reportedly swimming in movie offers.
“The scripts have been flooding in, and she has already received audition offers on the back of Rupert’s affair," a source told the site. “Liberty is delighted that she’s being finally recognized, she wants to pursue a career in the movies and is desperate to make more. She would of preferred if it had happened in a different way, but press is press."
Ross certainly hasn't shied away from the spotlight since those incriminating photos of Sanders embracing Kristen Stewart were published in late July. Just last week, the actress-model walked the red carpet alone for the Los Angeles premiere of the gangster film "Lawless." The solo appearance came just as TMZ reported that Sanders was desperate to patch things up with his 33-year-old wife.
Ross' career may be heating up, but it's unclear how the scandal will affect Sanders. Back in June, the Guardian reported that Sanders had been offered the directing gig for the "Snow White and the Huntsman" sequel, while the filmmaker himself said he'd written a science fiction version of 1966 film "The Battles Of Algiers." But, as of mid-August, it's unknown if Sanders will return to his directing duties for any "Snow White and the Huntsman" sequels.
Will the cheating scandal boost Ross' career while stifling Sanders'? For now, we'll have to wait and see. In the meantime, check out these six celebs who did better than their exes after a split.