‘Breaking Dawn – Part 1′ Teaser Clip: Bella’s Baby & Werewolves

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Trailers for highly-anticipated movies are always a big deal; however, there’s been a peculiar trend of late where studios have started releasing teasers for the actual trailers. Case in point: Marvel unveiled a teaser for the Avengers button that is being shown with Captain America - and Lionsgate released two second-long previews in advance of the first Hunger Games trailer.

Summit started the trend when it released a teaser clip of the first trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 – and has now repeated the act by dropping a preview of the second Breaking Dawn trailer online.

The first Breaking Dawn – Part 1 short preview highlighted one of the major events in the movie – the marriage of Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart). With the teaser for the second trailer, we get a glimpse of the film’s other big plot point: Bella’s pregnancy.

For those not up to scratch on their Twilight lore: While on their honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro, Bella and Edward “finally give in to their passions” – resulting in some significant property damage, lots of feathers (don’t ask), and Bella being knocked up.  That’s when things take a turn for the disturbingly horrific, as was discussed during the 2011 Comic-Con Twilight panel a couple months back.

Check out the 15-second teaser for the second Breaking Dawn – Part 1 trailer (via Yahoo! Movies) below:


So, yeah, in the penultimate Twilight movie, it turns out that Bella’s human/vampire hybrid offspring is not only developing at an unprecedented speed – but the physical strain is literally going to kill Bella before she can actually give birth. Clearly, no one in the Twilight universe ever saw season three of Angel – or “The Same Old Story” from season one of Fringe – otherwise, they would have been much more aware of the dangers that come with either vampiric pregnancies and/or unnatural fetuses that develops at an extremely accelerated rate. icon wink Breaking Dawn   Part 1 Teaser Clip: Bellas Baby & Werewolves

Breaking Dawn – Part 1 could actually attract the attention of non-Twihards who are curious about how the now infamously bizarre plot turns in Stephenie Meyer’s source material actually play out on the big screen. The previous Twilight flick, Eclipse, ventured into true horror territory by adding some gruesome vampire-related violence to the mix (courtesy of director David Slade) and played better with casual moviegoers, as a result. So perhaps the first half of Breaking Dawn can top that act.

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Then again, seeing how a good chunk of the movie revolves around Bella and Edward on their honeymoon (re: lots of cuddling, longing gazes, awkward conversations, etc.), Twilight haters might not be willing to sit through all that just to see some weird vampire sex and birthing go down.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 opens in U.S. theaters on November 18th, 2011.

Be sure to check back in next Tuesday, when the second Breaking Dawn – Part 1 trailer is scheduled to be released online.

Source: Yahoo! Movies

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  1. Haha… “lots of feather (dont ask)” brilliant lol!

  2. “the worldwide phenomenon continues” – ok so they are so copying off of Harry potter with that line. And twilight doesnt do well overseas anyway so how is it a worldwide phenomenon?

    • It makes fair enough internationally. Not as good as Harry Potter though. Made 700 million worldwide from a 70 million dollar budget. 57 % of the gross was internationally. And it’s a very profitable franchise. It is not such a worldwide phenomenon as Harry Potter, but one nonetheless I suppose.

      • phenomenon is a word that seems to be chucked around a lot these days, HP meets the mark just about because both the books and the films were so universally loved and did so more or less within a shared period of time, that had never been seen before.

    • Okay.. I’m sorry but I just don’t see how Twilight compares to Harry Potter in any way.. I mean, c’ mon man! What do they have in common.. Amazing stories, yes. Passionate fans, yes. Based on beautifully written books, yes. But Harry Potter is about wizards and magic. Twilight is about the clash between a human girls world with the supernatural world. I’m pretty sure they’re not copying Harry Potter. They say the same thing about almost every single movie xD This Team Twilight versus Team Potter is really getting old.

      • Twilight is not beautifully written nor does it have an amazing story.

        • Okay then, that’s your opinion. But still. That’s different. No ones copying anyone.

  3. Haha…this article cracked me up (I mean that in a good way). But yeah, the more previews I see of this movie, the less I want to see. I gonna hold my final judgement to the second (official) trailer comes out next week, but I don’t think I’ll end up watching this movie. Not even on bootleg.

    • dissss disssss

    • Piss off. Simply saying that this movie looks like it’s gonna suck balls does make me a “hater”.

  4. Omg I can’t wait I am so siked about this movie bella and edward are a perfect couple I can’t wait to see how this movie ends.

  5. No….

  6. I’m going to watch it, as a Married Man in his mid-40′s with children I’m clearly the target audience.

    …however, anyone who’s read any literature regarding Damphyr’s would know the crux of what happens in the books. Still doesn’t mean its not going to be interesting to watch the adaptation to screen.

    • He’s not old, being in your mid 40′s isn’t old at all. Actually I think it’s really cool that he said that. It makes a lot of sense. He’s a Twi-dude. That’s rare. Don’t be hating on him. What if you said something and they told you that.. yeah, think about it.

      • As do we, so piss off trying to tell us that we can’t voice our own opinions.

  7. LMAO Twilight Fan Rage at its best. This film/book series is beyond silly. 90 something year old man dates a 15 year old girl. Than said 15 year old girl turns her back on her family and everyone that has ever loved her to become a vampire willingly. Coupled by the previous comments, this is for the simple minded.

  8. Sorry people. I’ve taken care of Shivonna. Uncalled for comments. Please don’t feed the trolls. Just drop us a line if someone is out of control and we miss it.

    Paul Young

  9. The heck with “Angel” (although a very good show), hasn’t anyone read “Taltos” by Anne Rice?