we can not anticipate the fourth part (Breaking Dawn) of the series “Twilight” that will hit theaters November 18, 2011.
Like “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” before we have a tendency to suspect that the purpose of dividing the components of one and two are a secret. It is likely, however, that the main movie may end up back at the beginning of the third book: the dividing line between human and vampire Bella’s life.
We can see the odds. Bella gets to the cup of blood, triggers a bloodcurdling scream and the screen goes blank! Alternatively, delivery of the baby Edward, Bella is back, muttering, “Renesmee” (which means the baby is not the boy dreamed of Bella, but a girl) and the screen goes blank! Or maybe Bella undergoes transformation into flames, his heart stops beating spectacular, it opens the eyes of a vampire by the principal moment … and the screen goes blank! You get the picture.
Another dramatic collapse can be a little later, once Bella is happily installed in his new vampire existence. Alice Volturi are expected to be re-destroy Renesmee Cullen clan and, understandably causing mass panic. When Jacob comes and asks what’s wrong, Bella grave says, “It’s over. We are all doomed.” And, uh, you guessed it, the screen goes blank. This state of affairs did not leave the plot maximum amount of the final film, but the action of $ 64,000 in “Breaking Dawn” begins after this time.
Wherever you end up half, there are some moments that we tend to I can not wait to meet interpreted by Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and his gang. First, the wedding dress from Bella is bound to be a quagmire. we all know that is galvanized by the early twentieth century design, from satin and cut into thin form of an inverted Bella Creek hugging the body gently. Many designers are back with their views, and we have a sense that going to be as distinctive as the ring of Bella.
The communication from the herd of La Push has also presented a significant challenge. much of the plot werewolf in “Breaking Dawn” that occurs while the Quileute are species of wolf communication through thoughts. It will be fascinating to see how the screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg and director Bill Condon’s plan to show on the screen now.
Two advanced alternative ways of translating the book to the screen are doing vampire Bella and Renesmee. “New Moon” offers a vision of post-transformation of Bella, so we have high expectations for Kristen Stewart’s ability to change his voice, expressions and composure to present convincingly a vampire. Besides, we all know that nine-year-old Mackenzie Foy has beencast as Renesmee, but how can she be convincing reworked in a baby? Well, just I have to wait until November 2011-or 2012-to establish.