Stephanie Meyer’s book-turned-movie “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2” premiered last night in theaters, bringing the romantic fantasy film series to an end.
For those of you who don’t remember…
Bella tells Jacob that she is going to marry Edward. Of course, Jacob is outraged and tries to change Bella’s mind. As usual Bella isn’t phased by the hunky wolf.
Edward and Bella get married and spend their honeymoon on the Cullens’ private Brazilian island. After having consummated their marriage, Bella has bruises all over her body. Edward vows never to be intimate with his bride again, but is easily seduced.
After two weeks, it is evident that Bella is pregnant and the baby human vamp hybrid is growing at rapid speed inside of her. Bella is barely alive when Renesmee (whose name is a combination of Bella’s mother’s name Rene and Edward’s adoptive mother’s name Esme) is born. So Edward injects her with his venom to transform her into a vampire.
This film will pick up with Edward teaching his bride how to control her thirst for blood and be a civil vamp. Renesmee will grow right before your eyes at abnormal speed as well as reveal her ability to show people her thoughts and break into their mental defenses.
And don’t forget how Jacob plays into all of this by imprinting on the tiny tot!
And it’s not a Twilight movie unless the Cullen coven and the wolf pack are kicking some Volturi butt.
Twi-hard fans will be lined up waiting to see the film hours in advance in their “Team Edward”/”Team Jacob” gear. But what will they do now that the Edward/Jacob rivalry is over!?
Will the high demand for more Twilight force Meyers into continuing the saga? Stay tuned.
-Maria Bonello, CBS Local
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