If Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Had a Baby...

Find out what Breaking Dawn costar Charlie Bewley told us about Renesmee

By Marc Malkin Jan 25, 2011 3:30 AMTags
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart,  THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWNSummit Entertainment

If Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart had a daughter, what do you think she would look like?

Like Mackenzie Foy, who is playing Edward and Bella's daughter Renesmee in the Breaking Dawn movies?

Or how about...

"I imagine if Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart had a kid it'd be like this grungy...awkward and shy kind of thing," jokes Charlie Bewley, who plays Demetri in the vampire movie franchise.

Kidding aside, Bewley called Mackenzie a "beautiful little girl."

"She's a little ball of energy that one," he said.

I caught up with Bewley yesterday at the Sundance Film Festival as he checked out the running shoes in Samsung Galaxy Tab Lift's Puma Lounge. He jetted to Utah from Baton Rouge, where they're filming Breaking Dawn, for the premiere of his upcoming flick Like Crazy.

Bewley insisted he still hadn't seen the Edward and Bella sex scene photo that was recently released by Summit Entertainment.

"It's the sex scene?" he said when asked what he thought of the picture. "Really? They're smashing around?! Shut the front door. I haven't seen it...but I'm definitely going to check it out."

Also at the festival:

Emma Roberts, in town for the flick Homework, rocked out to Florence + the Machine at the Bing Bar. Roberts was spotted earlier in the day at the PlayStation Green Room, where she customized her PS3 in hot pink with her initials.

Speaking of music, Elijah Wood and Danny McBride enjoyed Saint Crystal Sparkling Vodka during OneRepublic's show at the House of Hype LIVEstyle lounge. The Adrian Grenier-fronted Honey Brothers performed at the Superdry Experience inside Danny Masterson's Downstairs Bar.

James Franco, sans any wigs, picked up the Woolrich John Rich & Bros. arctic parka at the Woolrich and Variety Studio's VIP Suite.

(Originally published Jan. 24, 2011, at 4 p.m. PT)