Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart In Latest Breaking Dawn Trailer & Photos
Twihards beware, Taylor Lautner has a serious message for you.
“You are going to face a lot of emotions, definitely,” Taylor promised. “You are going to be angry. I guarantee you [that] you will cry multiple times.”
The second official trailer for Breaking Dawn, the fourth film in the Twilight Saga, has just released and one of the film’s stars can’t help but gush about his baby.
“I definitely saw it,” Taylor gushed to MTV News while promoting his new flick Abduction. “I’m so proud of it. I think the trailer is great. The movie is amazing. I’ve seen it a few times. I saw it for the first time while we were still filming, so it was a really rough cut, but I’ve seen several versions since then, and it’s getting better and better. I cannot wait for everyone to see it.”
In Breaking Dawn: Part 1, Edward and Bella finally get married and what should be a happily ever after beginning quickly becomes the tragic start to a life that may be short-lived. When Bella gets knocked up on her honeymoon, it becomes evident that it takes more the prenatal vitamins to carry a little half-vampire baby to term.
“It was great to play this unshakable love,” Kristen Stewart said in an interview with Poland’s TELE 5. “Previously there have been moments where you had to wonder if the two will make it. This time around, they are incredibly close, like a family. Bella and Edward are not only lovers, but deeply connected. They’re married, it’s done. And it’s great to see how they cope with their problems. The crisis, if they are going to have their child or not. Bella has never been so vulnerable. And he has never been so angry. This time around everything is a little more serious and somber.”
Watch the brand new second official trailer for Breaking Dawn below (the first trailer and teaser are there too in case you missed it) and get ready to seriously spaz!
“I think fans may be a little freaked out,” Breaking Dawn screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg said. “There’s some conflict with the wolves that they may not remember—there’s a lot of conflict in the book that’s resolved with a conversation and we only hear about it. For this movie I was able to play off of that. We’re beginning to get into the second half of the film, which turns more into a horror story. The images of Bella—trust me, it only gets more intense!”
Are you ready? Breaking Dawn: Part 1 hits theaters November 18th.