Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis Play 'How Well Do You Know Your Co-Star?'

The Happiest Season actresses dish about their previous roles and unique hobbies.

Whether you think Abby and Harper are meant to be or not, you can't deny that Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis have major on-screen chemistry in Clea DuVall's buzzy rom-com, Happiest Season. (Sorry, Riley-Abby stans.)

The actresses, who play a couple navigating a rocky holiday season in the new Hulu film, proved how close they got on set by taking Marie Claire's trivia challenge "How Well Do You Know Your Co-Star?" In the game, Davis and Stewart managed to accurately answer questions about each others' previous roles but surprised one another with juicy tidbits about their unique hobbies. (Um, what exactly is a "death tour"?)

Abby & Harper in Happiest Season

Abby (Kristen Stewart) and Harper (Mackenzie Davis) in Hulu’s new rom-com.

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Stewart even dished to Davis about winning "Best Kiss" four years in a row at the MTV Movie Awards for her now-iconic Twilight make-outs with Robert Pattinson. "I wanted to know what you did to win the kiss," Davis asked her cast mate. "It's not really a very good kiss," Stewart replied with a laugh. "People just really liked that series. It really wasn't great."

Hopefully Stewart will have her shot at the honor again thanks to her and Davis's snowy smooches and Christmas cuddles in Happiest Season. You can stream the film on Hulu now.


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As Marie Claire’s Entertainment Director, Neha oversees pop culture, celebrity, and current events features with a focus on elevating diverse voices and stories in film and television. She also oversees the brand's print and digital covers as well as book and produces MC's video franchises. She loves a hot-take, hates TV reboots, and is always happy to discuss reality television. Before joining Marie Claire, she held positions at Glamour, Brides, Condé Nast, and Mashable, and is a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism.