New Breaking Dawn Part 2 Photo Shows Bella Giving Renesmee A Gift
As fall approaches, so does the final installment of the feature adaptations of Stephenie Meyer's The Twilight Saga, with Breaking Dawn Part 2 headed into theaters this November. A new photo from the film has made its way online, giving us a look at a scene that seems a bit modified from how it's revealed in the book.
It might not be a stretch to guess that the rapidly aging Cullen baby Renesmee may be at the heart of some of the biggest adjustments made to the second part of the Breaking Dawn. The half-human/half-vampire child is featured in this new photo, which EW shared to promote their upcoming Fall Movie Preview issue. It shows us Bella showing her daughter a locket.
In the book, Bella picks up the locket at an antique store on the way back from making arrangements for Renesmee and Jacob. The piece of jewelry is inscribed with French words that translate to "more than my own life." In the book, we don't actually see her giving the Christmas gift to Renesmee (she shows it to Edward and Renesmee has it when Christmas arrives), but I can see why they'd want to add that moment into the film, especially if it serves to emphasize Bella's love for her daughter (and fear that they may soon be parted).
It looks like they're in a tent in this scene. We've seen a photo that appears to be from the same scene before, and shows Renesmee and Bella together.
Directed by Bill Condon, Breaking Dawn Part 2 will wrap up the big screen adaptations of The Twilight Saga, as Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and the rest of the cast reunite for the conclusion of the story. The film releases into theaters November 16. For more information, photos and videos, check out our Blend Film Database.
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