Kristen Stewart Tells Robert Pattinson To 'Shut The F*** Up' At Comic-Con

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Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson were discussing the upcoming 'Twilight' movie, 'Breaking Dawn - Part Two', when the pair were having a bit of banter about their sex scenes and she told Rob to "shut the f*** up".

The Hollywood stars, who were spotted kissing at this year's Cannes Film Festival, were talking about the sex scenes in the movies and Kristen admitted that it was a "tricky" topic.

According to Buzzsugar, the 22-year-old said revealed her disappointment at the sex scenes being restricted.

"The ratings man! (It's) a tricky thing. I think... how do you have... because we're supposed to have mind-boggling, otherworldly, sex. In the first one, 'Breaking Dawn 1', we really... this is weird... tried to keep the first one sweet. It's about self discovery. Nothing about this series is raunchy. And I know that," she said.

Laughing Rob reportedly said: "I think that's the point, Kristen." But she countered: "Shut the f*** up."

Don't worry Twi-hards, it was all in jest. And the Twilight author then interrupted the couple by joking: "Where's Mackenzie's swear jar?".

Mackenzie Foy is the 11-year-old, who plays Edward and Bella's half-vampire, half-human daughter Renesmee int he movie.

"Seriously? Talking about sex, swearing," Rob said. "But in the second one, we just wanted to be animals. We're not human anymore. How do you do that? We tried, and they told us it was rated R, and we were like [snaps fingers]. So, yeah, I'm going to stop," Kristen said.

It was a full turnout for the 'Twilight' cast near enough with Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Mackenzie Foy, Jackson Rathbone, Kellan Lutz, all getting together in San Diego for Comic Con.

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