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Tomorrow is Twilight vampire Edward Cullen's 111th birthday, and Summit is honoring the occasion by unveiling a brand new teaser trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2. In anticipation of this, they've offered us an appetizer in the form of a ten-second sneak peek. Check it out ahead for a glimpse of the teaser trailer we'll get to see tomorrow.

Directed by Bill Condon, Breaking Dawn Part 2 will close out the The Twilight Saga with the conclusion of Stephenie Meyer's popular vampire story. When Part 1 left off, Bella had just given birth to her half-vampire baby girl and nearly died in the process. The film ended with her waking up, newly turned as a vampire. The previously released teaser showed us Bella exercising her newly acquired vampire abilities with a run through the forest. From what we're shown from the next new trailer, it looks like the Cullens are getting down to business. The video actually offers a few glimpses of what's ahead.

It begins with Bella getting to meet her baby daughter, and we later see her and Edward hugging. Life (or undeath) seems to be a happy situation for about two seconds (literally), after which Edward is shown saying the Volturi think Renesmee is an immortal child. Bella states what we all know. Renesmee wasn't bitten and turned into a vampire, she was born this way and she's growing. Cut to Alice having a vision and breaking a pretty vase. The Volturi are coming! And we get one creepy scene of the Volturi vampires marching through the snow. They don't blend in at all, do they? Welcome to Forks! Danger and drama await!

With that small glimpse, it should be great to see what else is offered when the full trailer arrives tomorrow.

The Twilight Saga: 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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