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Twilight Breaking Dawn – Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson Caesarean Wrapped
Are you ready to see a frantic father tear into his wife with fangs to save two lives? Total Film reveals that Robert Pattinson has given confirmation that the vampire caesarean birth of Renesmee has been filmed for Twilight: Breaking Dawn. RPattz being who he is, broke the news in typical Pattinson fashion, saying, “Yeah, I’ve done it. I’ve chewed it, spat it out.”
Putting the jokes temporarily aside, Rob also commented that Breaking Dawn would be “very different to the other films – more like a horror film.”
Now the big question is how much of the scene will actually make it to the big screen? Will the studio stick with the PG-13 rating and keep most of the gory action hidden in the shadows or is it possible they’ll push into the land of Rated R?
Okay Twihards, help me out here. It’s been awhile since I’ve read Breaking Dawn and I don’t really remember a part where Edward basically rips the baby from Bella’s womb… and it seems like that would be something that would sort of stand out. I do recall Edward biting Bella during childbirth but am drawing a complete blank when it comes to tearing and ripping. Is the movie making the scene more intense for visual purposes or is my memory really that bad?