More Details Emerging Regarding The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Birthing Scene
With filming of the two-part The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn scheduled to end in just about a month, we expect the promo machine for the film to start kicking in shortly. But in the meantime how about a little news from star Robert Pattinson himself about that damned birthing scene everyone's been wondering about?
In a recent chat with Total Film while out and about promoting his upcoming Water for Elephants, Pattinson revealed some details about the Caesarean he performs on Bella (Kristen Stewart) with his teeth:
"'Yeah, I’ve done it,' RPattz laughed, 'I’ve chewed it, spat it out!'
Though he's not allowed to give much more away (joking with Ryan Seacrest recently that he gets 'beaten' for revealing details), Pattinson promises that Breaking Dawn will be 'very different to the other films - more like a horror film.'
'Just some of the source material makes it inevitably more different. It's completely nuts, the book.'"
In the highly anticipated next chapter of the blockbuster The Twilight Saga, the newfound married bliss of Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) is cut short when a series of betrayals and misfortunes threatens to destroy their world.
After their wedding Bella and Edward travel to Rio de Janeiro for their honeymoon, where they finally give in to their passions. Bella soon discovers she is pregnant, and during a nearly fatal childbirth Edward finally fulfills her wish to become immortal.
But the arrival of their remarkable daughter, Renesmee, sets in motion a perilous chain of events that pits the Cullens and their allies against the Volturi, the fearsome council of vampire leaders, setting the stage for an all-out battle.
Part 1 of Breaking Dawn (which is being filmed simultaneously with Part 2) is slated to be released in theatres on November 18, 2011. Part 2 will follow a year later on November 16, 2012.
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