New Breaking Dawn Part 2 pics...Bella's all vampy.
OK you can stop looking at Emmet's arm there now...
Twilight haters look away now; new pictures of Robert Pattinson in all his glittery glory have been released and we couldn't help but share them. How excited are you for Breaking Dawn Part 2? ... Cue the tumbleweed.
Won't be long now 'til the last installment of Stephenie Meyer's franchise rolls around. As per Digital Spy, when asked about his favourite scene to shoot, director Bill Condon said: "I don't want to talk about one scene because that's a surprise but you know what, the scene when Charlie (Billy Burke) meets vampire Bella for the first time and then meets Renesmee... This is a movie that really only has one fully human person, if you treat Taylor (Taylor Lautner) as a magical creature, so Charlie is our way into this whole thing... If Charlie can believe it and understand, I think the rest of the audience can too. Of course, Billy Burke is such an incredible actor who can really humanize any moment, so watching him and Kristen together in that scene, I remember everything was a total pleasure in that."
Bella and Edward's little freak-child will be played by mini-stunner Mackenzie Foy. None of this is particularly newsworthy, we know, but what WILL excite Twihards (or cause them to write Bill Condon some hate mail) is that THIS film will offer a different ending to the one in Meyer's novel. This news was revealed by Mr. Cullen himself, Robert Pattinson, a while back.
Is this a good thing? The ending in the book was a little meagre and underwhelming in my humble opinion so perhaps this move will give it some much needed pizzazz. Yes that's right; I said pizzazz. PIZZAAAZZZZ.
Story by Caroline Foran | 15:23 | Wednesday 29th August 2012 | Movie News
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