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(Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in a scene from the 2010 movie, Twilight: Eclipse.) - Provided courtesy of Summit Entertainment / Kimberly French

Renesmee to be played by Christie Burke in 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn'?

02/25/2011 by Corinne Heller

Christie Burke may play the teenage version of Renesmee, the daughter of Bella and Edward in "Twilight: Breaking Dawn," reports say.

The actress and spokespeople for production firm Summit Entertainment have not commented on the matter. Burke has starred in shows such as "Tower Prep" and in a Wrigley's commercial, Entertainment Weekly said.

It was reported in October that Mackenzie Foy, 10, will portray the human/vampire hybrid character as a child.

Foy and Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, who play Bella and Edward, recently flew to Vancouver, Canada to film scenes for the upcoming two-part "Twilight" film, the fourth movie in the hit vampire romance saga.

Parts of previous "Twilight" films had also been shot in Canada. Production on "Breaking Dawn" began late last year and the cast has already filmed some scenes in Brazil and Louisiana.

In November, the first image from "Breaking Dawn" was posted online and showed Bella's hand on a bed clutching feathers. In a scene from the books by Stephenie Meyer, the couple's lovemaking during their honeymoon becomes so frantic that they break the headboard on their bed and Cullen bites through a down pillow.

"Twilight" screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg told OnTheRedCarpet.com in July that "Breaking Dawn" may contain sex scenes.

Stewart said in October that while she's "incredibly pregnant" in part of "Breaking Dawn" but had dieted for weeks to prepare for scenes in which Swan is not expecting.

"Breaking Dawn"'s first part is set to be released on November 18, 2011 and the second part is due to hit theaters on Nov. 16, 2012.

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