VIDEO: 'Breaking Dawn' Honeymoon Scene Premieres At ComicCon
Twilight fans lucky enough to be in San Diego for Comic Con have been met with all sorts of surprises. Not only were they greeted with breakfast from members of the Breaking Dawn, Part 1 cast on Thursday, but they got to see two full scenes from the film. The first pictured Jacob (Taylor Lautner) in a heated discussion with the Cullen parents (Peter Facinelli and Elizabeth Reaser); the second, so-called "honeymoon scene" between Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella (Kristen Stewart) had everyone squealing.
The scene opens with the new Mr. and Mrs. Cullen crossing the threshold into their wedding bower on the Isle of Esme. Bella asks for "a few human minutes," and Edward gently replies, "Don't take too long, Mrs. Cullen." Stewart is then pictured nervously making preparations — brushing her teeth, shaving her legs, picking out an outfit — for the moment when her marriage will be consummated. The clip ends as Bella walks out onto the beach dressed only in a towel and is greeted by Edward standing naked in the ocean.
Filming took place in Brazil, where the actors got to see both the ups and the downs of living in a tropical climate. "It was really amazing the day we got there, and really beautiful and warm and everything you'd expect," Pattinson said in a roundtable discussion. "Then it suddenly, for the remainder of the shoot, was not only raining but like hurricane storms…. It was kind of like having a honeymoon in England. We were playing board games instead of, like, making love on the beach."
Breaking Dawn, Part 1, which chronicles Bella's marriage to Edward and the birth of her child, hits theaters November 18. Check out the trailer below.
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Just from reading the description of the honeymoon scene I know this movie is going to be so bad and uncomfortable.