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Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 (Official Trailer!)

We have only gone and managed to get hold of the latest Breaking Dawn Part 2 official trailer! Check it out here!

It seems that life is never simple for the Cullen family (someone should have told Bella earlier!) The final instalment of the Twilight franchise sees Mrs Bella Cullen (Kristen Stewart) getting use to her new vampire-y senses, being a mother and fighting against an army of experienced vampires! Check out the official trailer for Breaking Dawn Part 2 below supplied by Yahoo. Cue the beginnings of an impressive vampire battle!

If you haven’t been following the Twilight saga from the beginning, let us give you a quick low-down. Bella Swan marries vampire Edward Cullen (played by Robert Pattinson) and they go on honeymoon where the inevitable happens and Bella gets pregnant. However, this isn’t a normal pregnancy due to the baby’s half human/ half vampire origin. At the end of Breaking Dawn part 1, Bella ultimately dies when “giving birth” (more like a scene out of Ridley Scott’s Alien!) but Edward manages to inject her with enough vampire venom to change her into an immortal creature.

Now, we see Bella all vamped up; being a protective parent who starts a war with The Volturi, an evil human-eating vampire family (led by Michael Sheen‘s Aro), who believe the child is an immortal child who was bitten and not born. (Oh yeah… and Bella brings down a fully grown mountain lion with ease!)

It seems like the production team have really listened to the feedback from the previous films and have tried hard to end the franchise with a bang. Let’s hope the awkward Kristen Stewart/ Robert Pattinson situation will not ruin the viewing for some spectators! Breaking Dawn Part 2 will arrive on our screens on November 16th.

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