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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Breaking Dawn Date
I don’t know about you, but my Robsten-Ometer (Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart) has dwindled nearly to empty since the release of mega paranormal romance Eclipse at the end of June. The next date on my Twi-calendar should be the release date for the Twilight Saga: Eclipse DVD, but the problem is, that date has yet to be announced.
The real Twilight news this week, however, is that Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, part two, the final film in the series (for the foreseeable future) has just gotten its own release date. It will be presented in theaters on November 16th, 2012. That seems like such a very long time away, but take heart, Twihards can line up for part one of the two-part finale November 18th, 2011. According to the associated press, both halves will be directed by Bill Condon. In fact BSC provided his statement about the project back in May. Though negotiations got scary for this Twilighter earlier this year, it is confirmed that “Alice” and “Emmet”, Ashley Green and Kellan Lutz respectively, have signed on to continue to portray their characters. The curse of Victoria’s recasting may be over. And if that doesn’t fill your Twilight tank, then this surely will. Fans of the books know what deed occurs in Breaking Dawn. Author Stephenie Meyer is nothing if not tasteful. Will the films follow suite? All indications point to yes (no “R” rating for Breaking Dawn)!