Twi-hards are getting ready for the epic finale, “Breaking Dawn Part 2.”
Fans are excited to know what will happen while hearing all this news of a bonus scene after the credits and a new secret ending.
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This time, PG-13 is for “sequences of violence including disturbing images, some sensuality and partial nudity.”
Twilight: “some violence and a scene of sensuality.”
The Twilight Saga: New Moon: “some violence and action.”
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse: “intense sequences of action and violence, and some sensuality.”
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1: “disturbing images, violence, sexuality/partial nudity and some thematic elements.”
What does this mean for fans who wanted the movie to be R-Rated because of the numerous sex scenes in “BD Part 2” after Bella (Kristen Stewart) becomes a vampire? Some will probably be disappointed, but it does say “partial nudity” so there might be some hope.
What are some of the other concerns that “Twilight” fans have?
According to Movies.com, fans are worried that Renesmee’s (Mackinzie Foy) communication technique with everyone, and also with the wolves and would it be akin to the wolves in “Breaking Dawn Part 1,” “with most fans agreeing that the wolf communication was rather overdone and loud.”
Director Bill Condon said, “It’s not like the wolves… it’s definitely its own thing. You know that’s what’s fun, cause now you have this whole different power and this whole different way of communicating. And that means we get to play with a whole different visual approach.”
Another thing to think about is the important characters that [SPOILER] Alice (Ashley Greene) brought in at the last moment to show the Volturi that there existed another half-human, half-vampire like Renesmee. His name is Nahuel, who came along with Huelin. These are two pivotal characters that really send the Volturi on their way back home and it proves that half-vampires are not a threat to vampire secrecy.
Huelin and Nahuel are not a part of character photos, footage, or stills. “The two characters are played by J.D. Pardo and Marissa Quinn respectively, but that’s pretty much the extent of the information that fans have,” Movies.com reported.
Another concern is the lack of romance, which goes along with a PG-13 rating.
“We have gotten a brief glimpse of Edward and Bella holding hands in the first trailer, and those that went to the Target DVD release got a sweet moment of Edward and Bella in their cottage, but that’s it. Footage was definitely shot in the cottage location (which is a fan favorite romance moment), but how much of that sequence is in the movie remains to be seen,” Movies.com said.
Some commenters said they wanted more romance. One said, “Yeah, I want romance. But Summit, as always, ignored that. I do not have hope that this movie would be better than previous disasters.” Another said, “I think that’s a really good observation about the dearth of romance seen thus far. One of my daughters says that is the major problem with BD (the book), in general. Once Bella is married, with her child in “daycare,” and off to her career as underworld liaison for the Cullen clan, Edward is left as an aside.”
Another fan expressed concern about the dog bowl scene between Jacob (Taylor Lautner) and Rosalie (Nikki Reed).
“They should have kept in the dog bowl scene with Jacob and Rosalie but instead they took it out and left in a scene with talking wolves…not the actors but CGI wolves…really???” Another said, “I am hoping they keep all the funny parts in this part of the movie. I was hoping to see it in the first part like Rose making a dog bowl for Jake but it wasn’t in there and I laughed so much in the book at Emmett and how he razzed Bella…If they focus only on the “fight” then it’s going to be a disappointment.”
Are there any concerns that you have for the highly anticipated “Twilight” film?