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Kristen Stewart a Doll
If you are a total Twihard, then you already know that there was at least one doll used in the making of Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, part two. Though that picture won’t make it to theaters until November, you read it right here when Boomtron covered Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson’s reactions to an animatronic baby Renesme. If you are reading this and still don’t know who Renesme is, then worry not, I won’t put any more spoilers into this piece, because today’s doll news refers not to a baby Cullen, but to actress Kristen Stewart herself.
You have seen Breaking Dawn, part one, by now. You may have even received the movie on DVD or Blu-Ray for Valentine’s Day. You have lived the gore and the suspense of a certain end scene, focusing on the life and death struggle of Mrs. Bella Cullen. Not all of the scene could be acted by Stewart on her own. She needed a little help, and according to MTV, she got it from a doll.
When I say “doll”, I don’t mean either of her hot co-stars, either. In the “Making Of” documentary, which comes along with the DVD/Blu-Ray introduces fans to “the Bella doll”. It was the doll that stood in for Stewart for a few key scenes. She or it is referred to around the set as “Robot Bella”. So, if you were wondering how filmmakers made Stewart look so “emaciated”, then now you know. Yes, plenty of digital effects were utilized as well, and with amazingly life-like results, I might add, but “Robot Bella” had a role in the artistry, too.