Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn a Horror Movie May Not Get PG 13

 Breaking Dawn, the short popular title for the upcoming two-part movie of the fourth and final installment of the Twilight Saga series, is being touted a horror film by one of its main stars Robert Pattinson who, together with Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, received $12.5 million (each). This is quite a bummer to their young followers since this upcoming movie might not even get a PG-13 rating. 
   With the official synopsis of a marriage between recent high school grad Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and 100+-year-old vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) cut short by betrayals and misfortunes that threatens their world coupled with Bella’s near-fatal childbirth with the remarkabe girl Renesmee to Bella’s full transformation into a vampire (hence the title Breaking Dawn) either a higher rating is awaiting them or producers are bound to cut essential scenes from the movie.
However Twilight bosses swore that the two-part final installment wouldn’t be given a rating fitted only for adults.

After three years of filming Breaking Dawn, with a reported budget of $1.2 billion, one of the much awaited movies of 2011 is done at last with a scheduled release of its Part 1 on November 18 in IMAX. It’s Part 2 would be on a November 16, 2012 release.
It took months for the people behind this franchise to decide whether to split the final installment into two or let the moviegoers stay in theaters for more than two hours. Since the book where this story was based came with 800 pages and such is the furor over this movie and its stars they all decided to come up with a two-part finale.
This suspenseful but romantic movie would finally see the culmination of the supernatural fantasy and passionate love between a mortal and an immortal, between Bella and Edward, which made The Twilight Saga the phenomenon it is.

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