New Breaking Dawn TV Spot Shows Bella Beginning To Shine
A lot of what we've seen for the upcoming final installment of the feature adaptations of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series have focused on the action and suspense. The latest TV spot for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 focuses on Bella and Edward's relationship and their family, as well as Bella embracing her newly acquired vampire strength as she embraces her husband.
The trailers released have put a heavy emphasis on the danger that awaits Bella, Edward and their daughter Renesmee in Breaking Dawn - Part 2 as the Volturi pursue the Cullens when they mistake Renesmee for an immortal child (a child made into a vampire). But the more recently posted videos hint that it won't be all drama and vampire-fighting for this last film. The latest TV spot shows Bella adjusting to being a vampire and Edward acknowledging that he's underestimated her in the past.
"I was born to be a vampire," Bella is heard saying, and from what's shown, she's clearly settling in well as one. And there's an amusing moment when we see Edward grunting as she gives him a super-strong hug. Then, of course, there's Jacob saying Bella and Edward really look great together. Why the huge turnaround? He's probably still basking in the glow of imprinting on Renesmee. And Renesmee's love for her parents may be rubbing off on Jacob, despite a lifelong hatred of vampires.
Last week we shared a clip that shows Bella arm-wrestling with Emmett, and this TV spot seems to fall into a similar category in its focus on family and Bella being a vampire. So it seems fans who've waited anxiously to get to see Bella sinking her fangs into her new lifestyle (deathstyle?) will get at least a few glimpses of that in non-threatening scenarios before the action heats up for the anticipated face-off between the Volturi and the Cullens (and their friends).
Breaking Dawn - Part 2 arrives in theaters November 16. More information, photos and video can be found in our Blend Film Database.
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