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26 November 2010  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Bill Condon

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It’s the moment fans of Breaking Dawn have been waiting for – the first real, official proof positive that Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, director Bill Condon and the rest of the cast and crew have really been shooting the final films in the Twilight series. Below you’ll see the pic tweeted by the filmmakers, which proves that… er… someone (probably Stewart, unless they used a double) has put their arm down on a bed of feathers.

Yes, we can feel the excitement pulsing off of you in waves, but let’s face it – until they’re ready to show us Renesmee or one of the cast newcomers in the film, there’s really not an awful lot that's fresh to be displayed at this point. And let’s face it, given the film’s rating and the audience it’s being made for, don’t go expecting gore-riffic pics from the baby’s birth unless Condon hires Greg Nicotero and creates something shocking (you know you want to, Bill).

For anyone still not aware of the basic plot, the Breaking Dawn films will follow Bella and Edward finally getting married (we’re guessing the picture’s a tasteful tease of their honeymoon) and facing problems with A) Renesmee’s violent birth and B) trouble from the Volturi regarding the child’s status as a possible “immortal child," something strictly illegal in vampire circles.

Breaking Dawn Part 1 will be released on November 18 next year, followed by Part 2 on November 16, 2012.


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