Robert Pattinson Wants Betty White in 'Breaking Dawn'

When asked if he could envision the beloved 88-year-old in the next sequel, R-Pattz had a ready reply!

Where there's a will, there's a way, especially when it comes to casting hot commodity Betty White! When E! asked Twlight saga stars at the Eclipse premiere if they'd like to see 88-year-old White appear in the vampire franchise's final installment, Breaking Dawn, they all got on board with some clever casting stunts!

Robert Pattinson thought he could play...her dad? R-Pattz, 24, told E!, "She can be the baby," referring to the daughter named Renesmee that his character Edward and Bella (Kristen Stewart) have in Breaking Dawn.

Kellan Lutz was thinking along the very same lines, and replied, "I love Betty. I would love for them to do what they did in Benjamin Button with her and she can be Renesmee." Julia Jones had just the opposite idea about how to feature the beloved Hot in Cleveland star, suggesting White play Bella's "great-great-grandmother in a flashback scene."

Even Twilight saga novelist Stephenie Meyer agrees that the film's producers should find a place for Betty White in the final films. "We have so many vampires in Breaking Dawn, surely she can fit in somewhere," Meyer said, adding, "Wouldn't it be amazing if she was like just sitting there with a big group of the Volturi? That would be amazing." We love how much the adoration for Betty is only growing by the day, don't you?!

Who do you think Betty White should play in Breaking Dawn? Chime in below!

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