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Anna Kendrick Caught in Robert Pattinson & George Clooney Competition

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Jan. 7 2010, Published 6:36 a.m. ET

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Anna Kendrick found herself in the middle of war between Robert Pattinson and George Clooney when she was working on Twilight with Rob and Up in the Air with George! It was a "Who's hotter?" showdown and Anna was the referee — definitely not a bad place to be!

As Bella Swan's best friend and a Golden Globe nominee for her role in Up in the Air, Anna has had one of the best years ever — she worked with the two hottest men in Hollywood!

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But apparently, Anna's double dates made George a little jealous of newcomer R-Pattz! He didn't like the competition!

In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres airing Jan. 8, Anna shares a story about just how jealous George got of her other co-star, E! News reports.

"George gave me such a hard time about shooting Twilight," she explains. "Whenever I came back, it was like, 'Oh, sorry, this isn't the Twilight set. You're not working with Mr. Handsome.' He called Rob 'Mr. Handsome.'"

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To help him cope with his crush, Anna got Rob to sign his April GQ cover for George.

Being the gentlemen that he is, R-Pattz signed the cover, "To George: Best of Luck. Hang in there. Love, Rob."

Not to let Rob have the upper-hand, George signed his May 2009 Esquire cover to Rob.

He wrote, "Dear Rob: Thanks for all the inspiration. I'm a huge fan. Love, George (two-time Sexiest Man Alive)"

That's the sexiest, funniest and hottest competition ever. How we wish we were Anna!

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