The coronavirus pandemic can't stop Kristen Stewart.

On Tuesday, it was revealed that the 30-year-old actress teamed up with Pablo Larraín to bring "Homemade," a collection of short films, to Netflix. As noted by the trailer's description, the collection was "created by celebrated filmmakers around the world."

"Confined at home as a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak, filmmakers created personal, moving stories that capture our shared experience of life in quarantine," the description explains. "This is a celebration of the craftsmanship of filmmaking and the enduring power of creativity in the face of a global pandemic."

Individually, the films are all under 10 minutes, which makes it easy for viewers to watch either in bite-sized bits or all together at once. Brothers Pablo and Juan de Dios Larraín, the masterminds behind the project, gushed to Variety about the uniqueness of their work.

"For once in our careers, this wasn’t about money, agencies, lawyers or the Hollywood structure," Juan de Dios said. "This was a simple idea of [conveying] one message in five to seven minutes, and the idea was to give that message without any pressure; it was totally open. We asked only for [each film’s] rating to be general, and not only for older audiences."

In addition to "Homemade," it was announced last week that Stewart and Pablo are working together on the scripted film "Spencer," which is centered around Princess Diana. The "Charlie's Angels" alum will star as the late royal icon while Pablo will serve as the film's director. When the casting announcement was made, it may have shocked some, but according to Deadline, Pablo gushed, "Kristen is one of the great actors around today."

"To do this well, you need something very important in film, which is mystery. Kristen can be many things, and she can be very mysterious and very fragile [and] ultimately very strong as well, which is what we need," he continued. "The combination of those elements made me think of her. The way she responded to the script and how she is approaching the character, it’s very beautiful to see. I think she’s going to do something stunning and intriguing at the same time. She is this force of nature."

He added, "I’ve seen movies from Kristen that are so diverse it’s incredible, showing different layers and her diversity and strength as an actress. We’re very happy to have her, she’s very committed. As a filmmaker, when you have someone who can hold such a weight, dramatic and narrative weight just with her eyes, then you have the strong lead who can deliver what we are looking for."

"Homemade" will be available for streaming on Netflix on June 30. ​Production on "Spencer" is expected to begin in 2021.

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Kristen Stewart attends The Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit presented by CHANEL: A Tribute to Julianne Moore on Nov. 13, 2017, in New York City. Andrew Toth/Getty Images