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11 Secrets from Breaking Dawn

Capricho has uncovered the hottest news about the end of the Twilight saga

Can’t wait to see vampire Bella, her honeymoon with Edward, the couple’s cute daughter and, of course, the final battle with the Volturi? Neither can we! Breaking Dawn will reach theaters in two parts: the first will premiere in November of 2011 and the second at the end of 2012. But until the films premiere, Capricho gives you a break from the anticipation and presents what will happen in the final moments of our favorite saga.

1. The destiny of dreams
Get ready to hear a lot of talk about Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The city is in the southeast of the United States and will be the set for the filming of the saga. By all indications, there the final scenes of the confrontation will be filmed among the Cullens, the werewolves and the Volturi. Ah! Vancouver, Canada will also welcome filming of the movies again.

2. Lights, camera and a lot of action!
The two parts of Breaking Dawn will be filmed in six months. This is because Summit, the producer of the saga, wants to make sure that the actors do not look much older in the second film. The whole cast will meet in October to rehearse and the film will begin shooting in November. Filming should take place first in Louisiana and only reach Vancouver in February of the next year. But the actors are already ready: Kellan Lutz is seen all the time leaving the gym and Chaske Spencer, Sam Uley, is always saying on Twitter that he is working out hard.

3. Kristen without a wig
It seems that Summit did not like when Kristen Stewart cut her hair months before filming Eclipse. In June of this year, the actress was on Lopez Tonight, and she confirmed that, at the time, she even received financial offers to keep her hair long. In Breaking Dawn Kris assures us that she will not have that problem. “I am not going to have a wig in the next one. I am just going to have my hair,” she said. Phew!

4. Anything about 3D glasses
Despite the rumors, the producer Wyck Godfrey, in a very technical interview with Collider, made it clear that he doesn’t want Breaking Dawn to be in 3D. Even so, he said that the final decision will be left to the director, Bill Condon. “I would be really interested in shooting a 3D movie, but I think it has to be the right movie,” he said.

5. Little Renesmee
At the beginning of September, the agency MMG confirmed that a little girl named Kayla D., age 6, auditioned for the part of Bella and Edward’s daughter. The problem? Everyone found the little girl too old and not as similar to Edward as the book describes. Renesmee is an important character: one of the most anticipated scenes of the film is Bella’s childbirth. And if it depends on Melissa Rosenberg, the scriptwriter of the saga’s films, the moment will be as intense on the big screen as it is in the book. “I don’t think it’s about the amount of blood you show. It’s about the intensity of it. It’s on their faces,” she said.

6. Bella, a vampire
The cast is anxious to see Kristen Stewart finally become a vampire. During the promotion for Eclipse, they talked about it. “I’ve been complaining so much about having the makeup on and the contact lenses. Kristen is like, ‘You’re so pathetic. You have to just get over it. Why can’t you just get used to it.’ I can finally be like, ‘You will know what it’s like. You’re going to be in constant aggravation the whole time,’” Robert Pattinson said in an interview.

7. Breaking Dawn in Brasil
See Robert and Kristen very close to having everything become reality. According to the tweets of Sérgio Sá Leitão, director-president of Rio Films, the producers were in Brasil to discuss the possibility of filming the honeymoon scenes here! Some say that the actors will be arriving to film in Angra dos Reis between October and November.

8. The new director is a fan
As soon as he was confirmed as the director of Breaking Dawn, Bill Condon left a message for the fans of the saga on Facebook. “Like many of you, I’ve always been slightly obsessed with vampires… I’ve read Breaking Dawn twice, rewatched Catherine’s and Chris’s movies 2-3 times each,” he wrote. Condon directed the award-winning musicals Dreamgirls and Chicago and won an Oscar for the sreenplay of Gods and Monsters.

9. Newbie confirmed
Despite the rumors that Drew Roy (know from iCarly and Hannah Montana) and Lee Pace (Pushing Daisies) will be in the film, the only actor confirmed up to now is Rami Malek, who did the films Night at the Museum 1 and 2. Rami will play Benjamin, an Egyptian vampire who comes to support the Cullens in the fight against the Volturi.

10. To be continued…
Even before the scripts were given to the actors, they already had an idea of how the film would be divided. “I feel like it’s so obvious where you break it up. It’s as soon as she turns,” Kristen let slip to AP Television. Nothing has been confirmed, but there are rumors that the first film will end when Bella opens her eyes after being changed.

11. Anticipated wedding
In New Moon and Eclipse, the highlights were the werewolves and the action scenes, but the producers have already assured us that in Breaking Dawn the focus will be Edward and Bella. The writer, Melissa Rosenberg, already informed us that the film will have steamy scenes, especially during the couple’s honeymoon. One of the high points, of course, will be the wedding. Kristen let slip during promotion for Eclipse that the wedding dress is already being chosen. “I think [Bella] would definitely want something classic, simple but beautiful,” she said. Kristen also gave away who will choose the look: the author of the saga, Stephenie Meyer.

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