Look away, Kristen Stewart! Robert Pattinson has sex in a limousine with Julianne Moore in "Maps to the Stars." We saw it coming in the first trailer of the flick, which premiered at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, and a newly released clip shows just how it plays out.

"Would you f-k me if I asked you to?" Moore's character asks Pattinson, who plays a limo driver. "For research?"

The film focuses on the disturbed lives of Hollywood. The "Don Jon" star plays an actress haunted by her actress mother, and dreams of remaking a film that shot her to fame in the '60s.

This is the second time Pattinson had car sex for a film, last time starring in "Cosmopolis" with Juliette Binoche (also a Cronenberg work). He was quizzed at Cannes at who was the better lover, and dubbed this new scene "sweaty."

''They are both like sevens..." the "Twilight" actor joked.

''Obviously, Julianne. It was a wonderful experience, just extremely sweaty.''

He actually found the "Cosmopolis" scene to be "awkward."

''There's not enough space to really do it. So she's banging her head on the ceiling. It ended up being kind of funny. But it's supposed to be kind of erotic,'' Pattinson said.

Cronenberg loves those racy car scenes and is not afraid to talk about it. His film "Crash" centered all around car sex and won the 1996 Cannes Special Jury prize.

"'Crash' was suppressed by Ted Turner, because he was in control of the distribution of it, because he said if people saw that movie, they would probably have sex in cars. And I said, you know there's an entire generation of Americans who have been spawned in the back seat of a 1954 Ford," Cronenberg said. "So it's not like I invented sex in cars."

He then added, "You have to remember that part of the sexual revolution came about because of the automobile, because of the fact that young people could get away from their parents without being supervised. So I don't think I'm breaking any new territory."

"Why wouldn't you?" he asked. "There are such great cars around now."

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