Do You Want Robert Pattinson & Taylor Lautner In Your Lap? 'Breaking Dawn' May Be 3-D!

Sat, February 20, 2010 9:30am EST by 3 Comments


Kristen Stewart is against Breaking Dawn being 3-D — she wants it to be a “regular movie.” What do YOU want?

Just when you thought the Twilight saga couldn’t get any hotter, MTV News is reporting that the final installment, Breaking Dawn, could be going where no Twilight movie has gone before: the third dimension! That’s right — Robert Pattinson‘s hair, Kellan Lutz‘s arms and Taylor Lautner‘s abs would be so in-your-face that you’d swear you could reach out and touch them! But before you get too giddy about the idea, let’s find out what Bella Swan herself has to say about the possibility: “I don’t think that should be [in 3-D],” Kristen Stewart tells MTV News, specifically mentioning the scene in which her character gives birth. “You don’t want [Edward and Bella’s baby] Renesmee to be scary. You don’t want her to fly into your face.”

We have to side with Kristen on this one. Childbirth is scary enough — we’re not sure the world is ready to experience it up close and personal.

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Posted at 1:34 AM on June 17, 2010  


Do NOT make it in 3-D, it will ruin the movie.
Most definally.

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Posted at 3:45 PM on June 14, 2010  

maybe IMAX again but not 3-D. That would be too weird.

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Posted at 6:54 PM on June 12, 2010  

are you kidding!? no, no, no! it will ruin the movie completely. 3-D should only be used in animated movies and child flicks; not a serious love story.

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