‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ Featurette & Poster: The Tale of Bella Swan Reaches Its End

Published 3 years ago by , Updated October 24th, 2012 at 7:54 am,

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is the final installment (or is it?) in one of the most lucrative literature-turned movie properties ever, bested only by the likes of the Harry Potter series and Lord of the Rings trilogy (with a successor lined up in the form of fellow Lionsgate-Summit franchise The Hunger Games).

Moreover, it marks the end of an era for a young generation that grew up watching Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) as she was swept off her feet by the broody vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), eventually decided to forgo a mortal life for an everlasting existence with her one true love, and was transformed into a blood-thirty immortal.

… For others, of course, it means the end of having to be dragged to these movies; not to mention, listening to recycled jokes about Twi-moms, effeminate vampires, and Taylor Lautner’s acting as Jacob Black¬†(until the Twilight spinoff, that is). No matter what side of the fence you fall on, the theatrical release of Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is an occasion worthy of commemoration.

Today, we have a featurette that sketches an outline of Breaking Dawn РPart 2 in terms of narrative. The film picks up shortly after the cliffhanger conclusion to Part 1, with Bella reborn as a vampire and eager to experience the world Рnot only as a woman with supernatural abilities, but also as the mother to her human/vampire daughter Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy). Trouble brews when the Cullens are falsely accused of having turned the child into a vampire (a big no-no in Twilight vampire society), setting them on a collision course with the all-powerful Volturi.

Check out the new poster for Breaking Dawn – Part 2:

 Breaking Dawn   Part 2 Featurette & Poster: The Tale of Bella Swan Reaches Its End


Breaking Dawn: Part 2 was directed by Oscar-winner Bill Condon (Dreamgirls) and scripted by Twilight franchise scribe Melissa Rosenberg, working from the original novels written by Stephenie Meyer. The cast includes Maggie Grace (Taken 2), Dakota Fanning, Billy Burke, Ashley Greene, Michael Sheen, Nikki Reed, and Lee Pace (The Hobbit).

Will you be checking out The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 when it opens in theaters on November 16th, 2012?


Source: Summit

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  1. Finally its coming to an end

  2. I’m glad its all over. Taylor and Kristen was horrible actors.

  3. It will never be over, it’s going to go on forever, there will be spin offs and more books and cartoons and comics and lunch boxes and action figures and remakes and reboots and reimaginings and prequels and part fours and part threes and two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree……….

    • Your lying, your just trying to scare me. Stop it. :(

    • your just trying to scare me. Stop it.

    • See, I have 5 daughters range from 26-18…Will you guys…JUST SHUT THE HECK UP!!!!!

      • Hahahaha i take it a back, hopefully the world will end in December and we will all be saved the injustice of more Twiscarriages of justice!

        • LOL

          Whew, transporting a herd of elephants was going to be a chore. :)

  4. Noooooo. What can we do to end the madness?

    • Have Wesley Snipes star in one of these. :-P

  5. hola brealikng dawn part 2

  6. I’m not a Twilight fan in the least, but I gotta say that of all the annoying things about Twilight, I think its that Jacob is in EVERY poster with Ed and Bella. Its so annoying. Isn’t the story supposed to be just about Ed and Bella? Why and how is that watered-down werewolf so significant anymore?

  7. if you want a good vampire werewolf love story, watch the first underworld. not this dribble.

  8. I guess I’m looking forward to it. But I’m fairly easy to please tbh. Looks more exciting than the last one anyhow.

  9. It’s coming to an END!!! I’m sooo excited! This is AMAZING! It’s gonna be epically epic! I’m still VERY young, and this is the first movie I get to watch wif my friends without adult supervision. Woohoo!