Kristen Stewart and her 16-year-old co-star Dakota Fanning lock lips in their new movie "The Runaways". The pair play rockers, Cherie Currie and Joan Jett respectively.

Fanning said that she found the kiss very "comfortable" and said that there was nothing awkward about the kissing scene. However, she admitted that this was her first female kiss.

This year Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson won the Best Kiss award from MTV. Perhaps Fanning and Stewart could pick up the gong next year.

"Was it awkward? When you feel comfortable around someone and you have no defenses up, that's when you're going to be the best. I feel very comfortable with Kristen," Fanning said.

Fanning also said that despite the adult content in the movie she would feel comfortable that her Christian parents could watch the movie.

"My mom was there on set the whole time. My dad saw it at the Sundance festival and I wasn't really nervous because I've been doing this since I was six, so he's used to seeing me in different situations."

Having been in the film industry for so long and since she was such a small child Fanning has been finding it difficult to get into roles which illustrate that she's growing up.

"I wanted to do a different kind of movie because I am getting older and my parents had no doubts about the project whatsoever…I think everyone was comfortable because it's a true story."