New Moon Cast Picks on 'Best Kiss'   2 comments

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 It was a smooch-filled evening at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night (June 6). First Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart reenacted their on-screen lip-locking onstage — albeit it with a jokey awkwardness. Then Sandra Bullock accepted her Generation Award and ended up swapping spit with presenter Scarlett Johansson.

So the big question backstage at the Gibson Amphitheatre was “Who had the hotter kiss?” The cast of “New Moon” had many answers for us, and they didn’t all agree.

“I got to go Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson,” Peter Facinelli told MTV News. “They’re my people. They’re my family. But that other one was pretty hot too.”

Elizabeth Reaser cast her vote in the other direction. “I’ve never seen Scarlett and Sandra Bullock make out, so I’ll go for the novelty of the hotness, which takes it up a notch,” she said. “That was hot. That was genuinely hot. I didn’t expect it. Those things are usually a little forced, a little weird. And it was sort of genuinely hot.”

Jackson Rathbone concurs. “Hands down, easy — that was Scarlett and Sandra Bullock. That was some sexiness,” he said. “I liked it. You should do it more often!”

Alex Meraz was on the same page as Rathbone, and he had some compelling reasoning behind his viewpoint. “I’m going to have to go with Sandra Bullock and Scarlett Johansson,” Meraz said. “It’s a better kiss. It’s a kiss I would want to be a part of.”

For those keeping track at home, that’s one vote for KStew and RPattz and three for Sandra and Scarlett. And then there’s Anna Kendrick, who couldn’t cast a vote because she was pulled out of her seat not once but twice to attend to her various Movie Awards duties.

“Of course, I’m backstage for both of them,” she confessed. “I didn’t really get an angle on it. So I’ll go home and review each one very carefully and let you know.”

 MTV via RPLife

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