Vampires will soon invade the theatres and Isabella Swan is already one of them.
In the new trailer of the last Twilight film "Breaking Dawn Part 2," Kristen Stewart was shown being satisfied with her vampire transformation. She even admitted that she was born to be an immortal creature.
"After 18 years of being utterly ordinary, I've finally found that I can shine. I was born to be a vampire," Bella said in the beginning of the trailer released by Summit Entertainment last week.
The last film of the Twilight series will focus on the married life of Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) as they try to protect their family, especially their daughter Reneesmee (Mackenzie Foy) who is in great danger.
"I'll never let anybody hurt you," Bella promises her daughter as they try to scheme plans in order to save Reneesmee from the hands of Volturi
Their efforts culminate in what, from the new trailer, appears to be an epic outdoor battle between the Cullens joined by the other vampires against the Volturi, a powerful coven of law-enforcing vampires.
Below are some of the interesting trivia about "Breaking Dawn Part 2."
- Most expensive Twilight film - The production of the last Twilight film "Breaking Dawn Part 2" is worth $75 million.
- Kristen Stewart preferred to work with real babies - Both robotic and real babies are used during the filming. However, actress Kristen Stewart preferred to work with real babies because it helped her improve her performance and acting.
- Mackenzie Foy prevented the cast from swearing - New cast member Mackenzie Foy playing the role of Reneesmee had a "swear jar" and would fine other members of the cast when they swear or curse in front of her.
- Taylor Lautner cried after watching the uncut version of movie - In an interview, Kristen Stewart revealed that Taylor Lautner cried after watching the uncut version of film.
- Robert Pattinson said that all of the hard work was paid off - Filming ended April of last year; however, additional scenes needed to be shot on St. Thomas Island in the Caribbean. Actor Rpbert Pattinson said that all of the effort put in the last three years of production is all worth it.
The "Twilight Saga" will bid goodbye to its fans on the big screen on its epic finale. The vampires of "Breaking Dawn Part 2" will sink in their teeth on November 16.