Robert Patterson and Kristen Steward are back as lovers, Edward and Bella in their final installment of the poplar movie series, Twilight in the movie called The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-part two. Edward and Bella's love is stronger than ever, but it will be tested to see if it can stand the test of time. Directed by Bill Condon and staring a talented cast and crew, this movie has enthralled people from the first scene. This movie stars three popular actors including: Kristen Steward, Robert Patterson and Taylor Laughner. In addition the movie features the acting talents of: Dakota Fanning, Mackenzie Foy, Ashley Greene, Maggie Grace, Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone, Joe Anderson, Kellen Luts, and Jamie Campbell. The movie was produced by: Wyck Godfrey, Karen Rosenfelt and Stephanie Meyer.
The plot of this movie is centered on Bella, Edward and the Cullen's. Life was good for Bella after the birth of Renesmee, Bella acquired new powers because she turned into a vampire-trading in her warm chocolaty eyes for vampire ones. Bella is finally able to enjoy her new life with Edward and the Cullen family and she is learning about her new abilities. Her life is going great and she is finally happy-that is until a member of the ominous Denali Vampire Convent, the troublesome vampire called Irina threatens her happiness. Irina threatens to ruin Bella, Edwards and the Cullen's happiness because she believes that Renesmee is an immortal and unstoppable vampire child, a known taboo in the eyes of the vampire community. Irina knows that if she exposes the Cullen family to the Vampire Convent, they will be punished and killed.
So now the Cullen's, along with Bella and Renesmee, must fight to prove that they are innocent to they vampire community and also fight for their lives, while putting and end to Irina's evil ways. They Team up with other vampire clans, as well as with the Wolf Pack to put an end to the madness. She finally gets to become a vampire in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2.
The characters of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2 includes the following:
Bella: Shy and quite Bella is in love with Edward Cullen from the start. Bella has finally reached a point in her life when she feels happy and content-until it is all threatened and she must fight for her life yet again. Bella is played by Kristen Steward.
Edward Cullen: He was portrayed as the high school outcast in the first two movies, but he is actually a vampire. Edward will give his life for Bella and do anything in his power to keep her safe from harm. Robert Patterson plays Edward.
Jacob: Played by Taylor Laughner, Jacob is a hot werewolf who has always loved Bella, and Jacob would still do anything to protect her.
The Cullen's: Edward's family of vampires that includes Alice, his father and mother, Rosalie, Jasper and Esme.
Renesmee: A new vampire that was born.
This movie is PG 13 and has been captivating people from the first scene.
Another major couple in Hollywood is calling it quits. This time around it’s “The Vow” beauty Rachel McAdams and “Breaking Dawn” actor Michael Sheen announcing their split. McAdams, 34, and Sheen, 44, met in 2010 while working together on the Woody Allen film “Midnight in Paris.” The two did not begin dating, however, until shooting had wrapped. "I feel strongly about not doing [that] when I'm working. We became quite good friends, which I think is a great way to start.
Which “Twilight Breaking Dawn: Part 2” actor is in… forgive me… hot water… for allegedly urinating (again, I’m sorry) willy-nilly in the middle of LAX? It’s part of the Jacob wolf pack, Bronson Pelletier. Pelletier plays Jared in the “Twilight” saga. The 25-year-old was arrested after peeing at an LAX terminal, and charged with public intoxication. He will be arraigned early January and can face up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine for this misdemeanor—but because it’s Los Angeles and he’s a minor celebrity, he’ll probably just have to live with the shame for the rest of his life.
Proof that not everyone is a Twihard. At Saturday’s Razzie Awards, which honor the worst of the worst in the film industry, the final installment in the “Twilight” saga, “Breaking Dawn: Part 2,” made an impressive sweep, raking in seven of the ten award options. These included Worst Picture, Worst Actress (Kristen Stewart, who also won for “Snow White and the Huntsman), Worst Supporting Sctor (Taylor Lautner), Worst Screen Ensemble, Worst Director (Bill Condon), Worst Remake, Rip-Off, or Sequel, and Worst Screen Couple (Mackenzie Foy and Taylor Lautner).
So, “Twilight” is winding down. “Breaking Dawn: Part 2” has hit the theater, and Twihards everywhere are mourning the end of the saga. But is major star Robert Pattinson going to cry into his much-bitten pillow over the loss of his career-making role as Edward Cullen? Not right now, that’s for sure. "In a year, I think I'll definitely miss it. It's such a strange experience,” the hottie said of creating the series, when interviewed during the “Breaking Dawn” premiere.
Attention Twihards. While most of you saw “Breaking Dawn: Part 2” ages ago and are probably gearing up for round five or six, some of you haven’t seen the movie yet and in the hope of avoiding any angry e-mails, be aware that there are serious spoilers ahead regarding the much-anticipated twist ending. So what was the big surprise? “I wouldn't call it an alternate ending," writer Stephanie Meyer said. "The end was something… that had to be cracked and we sat there and hashed it out.
Kristen Stewart popped up on “The Today Show” to discuss the bittersweet wrap-up of the final installment of the “Twilight” series, “Breaking Dawn: Part 2.” The twitchy lady opened up about her adapting role of portraying Bella as a human and making the “natural step” to playing her as a vampire. “She’s always been really self-assured, it’s just that on the outside, you know, fear is a funny thing when you’re that age; it’s uh, it can be a motivator, it can kind of cripple you, and Bella has always been the kind of person to uh, once one of those walls are broken down she doesn’t try to build it back up she really lends herself to uh, experience.