‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ Teaser Trailer: Bella’s Out For Blood

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Katniss Everdeen may have demolished box office records with a massive opening for Lionsgate’s adaptation of The Hunger Games, but Bella Swan will have another chance to claim the young adult best-seller-turned-blockbuster crown this fall when the final installment in The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn – Part 2 opens in theaters.

Summit Entertainment (which recently merged with Lionsgate) premiered a teaser trailer for the second half of Breaking Dawn in front of The Hunger Games this past weekend, to take advantage of the millions of Twilight fans who also turned out for Katniss’ big screen debut – and start drumming up interest for Bella’s next cinematic outing.

Whereas the Breaking Dawn – Part 2 trailer preview merely teased Kristen Stewart as “the new Bella,” the full teaser trailer offers an actual look at the character – now that she has finally become a crimson-eyed, pale-skinned, blood-thirsty immortal, thanks to her vampiric husband Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). As with the trailers for any of the Twilight movies, your reaction to said footage will probably be either that of breathless anticipation – or eye-rolling aggravation. Consider yourself warned…

Check out the teaser trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 below:

Rest assured, no matter what side of the fence you fall on, Breaking Dawn – Part 2 will be a massive hit at the box office. Much like the final Harry Potter movie, the Twilight Saga finale will undoubtedly bring out the series’ fans in full force; whether or not they will ultimately walk away satisfied by how director Bill Condon and series screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg translate the (anti?) climax of Stephenie Meyer’s source material on the big screen, that’s a different matter. Either way, Lionsgate is already making tentative plans for additional Twilight films in the future.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 features an ensemble cast that includes Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Dakota Fanning, Peter Facinelli, Michael Sheen, Mackenzie Foy, Jamie Campbell Bower, and Lee Pace. It opens in theaters around the U.S. on November 16th, 2012.

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Source: Summit Entertainment

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  1. what do you mean additional twilight films? i thought this was it, i thought we where free?

    • I have read they are trying to get Meyers to write more stories….unfortunately.

      • Damn…Well the movies Are successful. Maybe not critically but as long as it makes a ton of cheese nobody cares. Oh well…

      • NOOOOO!!!!
        My daughter is a fan so I’ve suffered through these films and I thought I was almost done.
        Why God? Why?????

        • i think its great that she is writing more books because theres not that many writers that can get into that kind of description that she does……and its givimg kids and or teens a chance to finnally pick up a book.

          • I agree :) I’m 11 and my name is Bella Ashley and Im in love with this series :) I have read all the books and am hoping for more and more movies :) Ill watch those forever. I just wish people would leave our fandom alone

            • IKR I AM A TWILIGHTER TO :D I CANT WAIT UNTIL THE SECOND ONE OF THE BREAKING DAWN TWILIGHT SAGA LOL

            • I agree with u

        • Once again!!! This is how my freaking parents are…if it makes us happy who the hell cares. Instead the parents want to be happy and they want there kids to just be sad. You parents have no clue!!

    • What the hell is wrong with you haters?? I f****** swear you guys drive me crazy!!! STFU!!!!!!! NOW!!! Please?? Cant you all just keep your own f****** thoughts to your selves??? s*** man

    • Good make a lot more

  2. yes she is already writing more stories and I myself had a sit down with her and she said the next stories will feature the children of the moon or real werewolves also.

  3. I watched Breaking Dawn part 1 just last night.

    I figured, if I’m going to criticize something, I want to have first-hand knowledge of the material.

    By ANY standard, Breaking Dawn Part 1 is bad film-making. It’s not the “worst film I’ve ever seen”, but it’s still very bad film-making.

    No care whatsoever is given to framing and composition (even that dreadful wedding scene is a mash of visual clichés and stereotype).

    The moral/ethical questions that so many of this story’s plotlines bring up are disturbing and SHOULD bother parents everywhere. There is a perversity to the underlying messages contained in this film.

    • I’m not defending the quality of the film making, or the story or any of that, but what the hell are you talking about, questionable morals and ethics. This entire series is about restraint and over ccoming Baser instincts. Hell, they even wait til marriage to have sex

      • Restraint and overcoming basic instincs is only a part of the message this books give but that’s easy to understand if we understand that Meyer comes from a very holier than thou religion. The other part, one that practically makes my skin crawl, is the fact that Bella’s carachter throws away everything she is in order to live vicariously through her boyfriend/husband. Where is the strong female carachter, the role model to girls and teenagers, the independent, self-respectful woman she claims to become by the end of the series?

        • I have read the books and watched the movies. The strong female types are kind of overrated if you ask me. “M AN INDEPENDENT SINGLE WOMEN WITH A CHILD. I think these movies were not as descriptive as the books but hell what movies are really. I love the books and the movies even though they aren’t the books. The morals in the books are good 1.) see the good in everyone. 2.) having sex after marriage. How many 13 or 14 years old girls are getting pregnant not even caring who the father is. 3.) personality matters not looks or what they are. If you are really going into that moral or ethic or what ever then your saying beauty and the beast is an bad movie then. It basically the same thing besides the beast was enchanted and not that way period. She would loved him if he stayed a beast because that is who she loved at the beginning….

  4. So she chose the Vampire path eh? Typical….but she will be so repulsive shimmering in sunlight! bleh (no I haven’t read the books and don’t care to)

    • I thought she wanted to be a vampire from the get-go, but what-his-fangs was against it? Wait, do they even have fangs? I know they don’t have bodily fluids…wait a minute, then how does what’s-her-face get pregnant? I’m getting a headache! :-D

      • She did. What’s his fangs was against it but decided he would do it, in both meanings, after they got married.

        No fangs but fluids. It’s only the vamp women who are infertile. It’s the spit in the bite which turns a person into a sparkly wanna be vamp.

        • Wait a second; when those werewolves, and I use that term loosely, sliced the fangless vamps up, they were stone. Does the fluid inside of them evaporate when it hits oxygen or something?

      • She gets pregnant when she’s human not a vampire :)

  5. Honestly I’m excited for this. Part 1 was awesome and actually pretty romantic. Good movie to see with my wife. Trailer looks cool.

    • Yeah, I hear part 1 was good….to cure my insomnia. :-D

      Just messing with ya’.

  6. I won’t lie when i saw the first Twilight film i thought it was kinda cool.It was a twist on vampires where they were the good guys and could walk around normal even though they still acted weird in public.But then it just became a silly soap opera i couldn’t stand,it had great potential that just went downhill.I never read the books & don’t plan to,im just speaking as a movie fan who decided to give it a try cuz it seemed interesting,which it was at first like i said.But now somebody grab a diaper b\c this franchise smells like s**t.

  7. OMG I hope this finishes soon. Worst vampire movies ever. Prepubescent clinically depressed pain in the a$$ girl that should have been committed instead of dating a sparkling dead guy! Horrible movie…only teenie boppers and cougars liked this.

  8. I am (add the name of your favorite deity here)the god of (blank) and I refuse to suffer anymore of this foolishness called Twilight! (BLOOM)

  9. There will be more Twilight films.

    With a built-in and apparently devoted
    following making money is all but guaranteed.
    This amounts to an offer Hollywood will not refuse.

  10. The first Twilight movie was great. It had heart, innocence and real pain. it.

    As soon as the insanity around Pattinson started, studio greed made the subsequent movies less interesting.

    I will watch the last installment although I think Condon was a horrendous choice as director. I’ve come this far, have to see it through now.

  11. God, somebody kill Meyer. Make more movies if you will, but stop degrading books.

  12. oh no! Not the deer. Am I supposed to be afraid of her hunting? Do deer watch horror films?

    • Yes they do, and it is precisely why they are in this film…..it’s not horror. :-P

      • I meant horror film for deer ;)

        • Yes I know. And since deers are afraid of horror, and this film is not horror, they decided to play in it. :-D

  13. im so glad to hear there might be more i loved the books and love the movies its so hard to just end and no more so much more could go on with this family pleasssssssssssssssssssssssssse make more AND IM A GRANDMA NOT A KID I LOVE EDWARD

  14. OMG! People is a fiction story anything could happen stop arguing facts about vampires when there not even real, so they could make them whatever they want. God you people try to make the movie look stupid when its really just you.

  15. Though I prefer the book versions, I do resent the allegations of non-fans that these films are for prepubescents and Cougars only. I am neither, I am a mom of a daughter who loves the characters and she is under 10. I saw the first movie when it went to video and respected the virtue of the story as in virgins at 17 (boy and girl), this is good messaging to other kids. Also, the “other” pairings in the movies are married (except for the “other” teens). Most people will prefer drivvel like Project X and other teen SMUT. There will always be SMUT for high school kids but not enough unusual movies for teen that do not involve drunkeness and sex and drugs with massive partying. That is the MAIN reason why I am a fan of all Twilight, especially the books. Make fun and HATE All you will, but as a parent of a kid who approaches puberty soon, I am satisfied with her love of sparkly virgin vampires..

    • I totally agree with you. I saw the first film after my teenage daughters read the books. I was even at Barnes and Noble when Breaking Dawn was released with my husband making fun of all the adults dressed up for the “wedding”. I was hooked once I saw the movie. It was sweet and innocent and IMO sent a great message, compared to the rest of the books aimed at a teen audience. I even read all four books within two weeks after the movie and I hadn’t read for fun in years. The movies aren’t oscar worthy, but they aren’t the horrific garbage some of you are making them out to be. They are entertaining and beautiful in their own way. SOme of them are very cheesy, it’s true, and silly. I never thought I would fall in love with a story like I did for Twilight. Kudos to Stephanie Meyer. My girls and I have been to four conventions and met most of the supporting cast and they are all fun and amazing, esp. Kellen Lutz and Peter Facinelli.

  16. I watched this all the way through, I really did (the trailer I mean). But if I’m not mistaken, Bella’s happy to be a vampire. Why is she so monotone at the start?

  17. okay why is her wedding ring on her right hand?? But i am looking forward to the movie since i loved this book the most of all the 4

  18. I can’t wait for Breaking Dawn part2 to come out. It looks really great can’t wait to see Bella as a vampire she looks amazing from what I’ve seen.

    • I know go edward

  19. Amazing Poordeer

  20. Yes this is gonna be the best ever

  21. I love twilight so much can’t wait for part 2

  22. I love twilight so much can’t wait for part 2

  23. cant wait for b-dawn part 2 and i think she should make more movies shes really good at doing the movie type thing

  24. People need to leave the series alone. Stephanie Meyer has been rumored to be writing a fifth book since the third book came out. And if you don’t like the series, then don’t get on sites about it and there won’t be any problems. You won’t have to deal with it and us fans won’t have to deal with idiotic comments about how horrible it is. I’m a fan, but I don’t act like Twilight is the best thing in the world either. So if you don’t like it, don’t follow it!

  25. alas i dont have any more 2 watch dis movie

  26. I LOVE TWILIGHT SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MIUCH I CANT WAIT UNTIL I SEE THE SECOND MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!! BELLA AND RENESMEE LOOK SO PRETTY :D

  27. I am SO excited that Breaking Dawn II is almost here! :D All of the movies have been a wonderfully artistic mix of Action meets Romance meets Thriller! LOVE LOVE LOVE everything about each of these films! Don’t change a thing!

  28. Thank you Bella for not going with Jacob

  29. There has to be more twilight saga or I’ll die