Comic-Con 2012: Kristen Stewart tells Stephenie Meyer she would do another 'Twilight' film

twilight-breaking-dawn-comic-con-2012-stephenie-meyer-taylor-lautner-mackenzie-foy-robert-pattinson-kristen-stewart-gi.jpgAfter five movies, the ending of the "Twilight" series is bittersweet for its stars. Kristen Stewart calls the final chapter in the saga, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," "satisfying," but she's also quick to tell author Stephenie Meyer that she'd definitely be up for doing another one.

"If Stephenie suddenly wrote another book, I'd be like, let me read it immediately," Stewart says at Thursday's (July 12) press panel at Comic-Con in San Diego.

So what would that next "Twilight" chapter be exactly?

"If there was a next one -- Bella's story is definitely told it's final. Back in the day, when I was never going to stop writing about vampires, there was a reason this lovely lady was created," Meyer says, referring to Bella and Edward's ( Robert Pattinson) child, Renesmee (played by 11-year-old Mackenzie Foy). "I was creating a new leader."

"Steph, I'm down," Stewart says. "I'm just saying, I would be open to the idea."

What do you think of the idea of another "Twilight" book/film with Renesmee as the focus?
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