The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn was featured on Brasil's Top Teen Magazine. Thanks to Pattinson-Online's Melissa for translating the article from Portugeuse to English and also thanks to DiarioTwilight.com for the magazine scans.

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Warming Up for Breaking Dawn

Scarcely has Eclipse been released, and fans are already looking for news about the fourth and final film in the Twilight saga: Breaking Dawn. The premiere date for the film has already been released by the Summit Entertainment studio, the film’s producer. Mark your calendars: November 18, 2011 for part one! For this very reason the film has been divided in two, to make it more exciting. Another rumor is that Breaking Dawn could have a 3D version. We will be waiting! One officially confirmed announcement is the choice for the director: it will be Bill Condon, the same one who directed Beyoncé in Dreamgirls.

Of course Taylor, Robert Pattinson, and Kristen Stewart have been confirmed for the cast, as well as Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene, who were doubtful presences for the fourth installment of the saga. This was because the two were not satisfied with their proposed salaries. They wanted a raise and they got one: each will receive $1.5 million for the film.

In Breaking Dawn, the love of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen has, finally, a happy ending. Married, they spend their honeymoon on an island off Rio de Janeiro—yes, in our country! She finds out that she is pregnant, but her husband wants to keep her from having the baby because genetically it could take after its vampire father and it could try to kill its mother, even from her belly, because of its strength. But in the end, everything turns out (more or less) alright, and into the world comes cute Renesmee.

And Jacob? What end will our adorable werewolf come to? He fights with his pack because he does not agree with the pack’s idea of trying to kill Bella because the child she is carrying is a threat to humanity.