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17 January 2011  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  

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The final instalment of the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn, is currently shooting in an exceptionally frosty part of Canada, the kind of place where you really wouldn't want to take your clothes off unless you absolutely had to. Luckily for the army of Twihards out there, Bella and Edward absolutely have to. The time has come for the mooning to stop and... well, you know the rest (and we're far too shy to say it).

Unlike that other two-part conclusion to a well-loved saga, which was far too horcrux-heavy to squeeze into two hours, Breaking Dawn seems a more like naked attempt to spin things out until every drop of repressed emo vamp angst is squeezed from the pages of Stephenie Meyer's novels. Still, fervent fans of the vamp-epic won't mind that. Neither will Robert Pattinson admirers, who get to see R-Pattz in the buff not once but twice this year, with period drama Bel Ami also due out in the near future.


The second part of the conclusion lands with us sometime in 2012, while Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn is out on November 18 2011.


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