Kristen Stewart Played "Patty-Cake" with Her Breaking Dawn Daughter, Says Costar Boo Boo Stewart

Entertainment Nov. 15, 2011 AT 6:46PM
Kristen Stewart Played "Patty-Cake" with Her Breaking Dawn Daughter, Says Costar Boo Boo Stewart Credit: Gregg DeGuire/FilmMagic; AP Photo/Matt Sayles

Kristen Stewart is playing games with her Breaking Dawn costars!

Actor Boo Boo Stewart, who plays werewolf Seth Clearwater in The Twilight Saga; Breaking Dawn - Part 1, told Us Weekly that Stewart and her on-screen daughter had a lot of fun on set. 

"She seemed like a really good friend to Mackenzie [Foy]," the Stewart, 17, told Us. (Foy is the 11-year-old girl who plays Bella and Edward Cullen's daughter Renesmee.) "I think I saw them playing patty-cake once! It was cool."

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Stewart added that "everyone liked hanging out with Mackenzie" and it was "pretty cool" to see Robert Pattinson's girlfriend getting in touch with her maternal side.

"I loved [playing a mom]," Stewart said at the Breaking Dawn premiere Monday in L.A. "I actually really loved it." 

As for his other costars? "I definitely see Taylor [Lautner] doing a lot of action films… He's so coordinated it's ridiculous!" Stewart said, noting that he and the 19-year-old met as kids in karate class.

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"I can see [Rob doing] a little of everything. He's one of those guys [that could do] extreme dramas, romantic comedy, whatever he wants," Stewart added.

The actor's next non-werewolf role is very different from the part he played in Breaking Dawn; he plays a teenager with Asperger's syndrome (a form of Autism) in White Frog.

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"It was a very challenging role, definitely was an experience I will never forget," he told Us. "People [on set] were crying every day. It was a really hard thing to do." 

To prepare for the role, Stewart "watched a lot of videos on YouTube." He explained that "a lot of people with Asperger's make video blogs, so I really got to watch a lot of people and their mannerisms. But, everyone is so different, so I really had to create my own character."

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