“Twilight: Eclipse” star Kristen Stewart shares a tender kiss with her friend Dakota Fanning in their new film, “The Runaways.” 

Kristen plays Joan Jett and Dakota plays her Runaways band mate, Cherie Currie. But Joan told the Dish Rag this week that if the love scene had been accurate, the movie would have needed a stricter rating than just an R.

Now we find out that the real reason for the chaste kiss.
 
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“She was 15, and I wasn’t allowed to grope her,” Kristen, 19, told “Access Hollywood.” “I’m actually not kidding, there are major restrictions that I don’t remember [from] when I was younger.” Kristen said the kiss was “just something that happened in their lives.” “I don’t want to give anything way. It’s a really passionate, hardcore scene,” she joked. “No, it’s just a kiss. It’s not really a big deal.” The movie, however, is a big deal. It’s a powerful story of the first all-girl rock band in music history. And you’re gonna love the fashions, makeup and hairstyles.  Did we mention the soundtrack? Follow Zap2it’s Dish Rag on Twitter and Facebook for the latest celebrity news and buzz.
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