The Twilight franchise, for the first three movies, has been all about barely contained desire-- Bella wanting to sleep with Edward, Jacob wanting to sleep with Bella, Jacob and Edward wanting to tear each others' heads off, none of them actually acting on it. In Breaking Dawn, though, Bella and Edward are engaged in the holiest of matrimony, which means it's time for the two to finally get it on… and for that act to be represented by feathers.
Yes, feathers-- because these movies are if nothing else the exact representation of a teenage girl's fantasy. Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon has tweeted the first official image from the production, and it's nothing but Kristen Stewart's hand clutching a few feathers while on top of sheets. Breaking Dawn fans, of course, see this as a direct reference to an exchange Bella and Edward have after their wedding night, when the two finally stop talking about how much they want to do it and actually, y'know, do it:
Edward, trying hard not to turn Bella into a vampire during the act of love, is forced to bite a pillow instead, of course. Well, I'm sure it all makes sense if you read the book. Anyway, check out the image below, and if that's not enough for you, there are some more lovey dovey paparazzi photos from the set here.
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