EXCLUSIVE VIDEO! Watch Out, Edward — Bella Is Going To Be Sexual Napalm In 'Breaking Dawn!'

Mon, August 30, 2010 1:12pm EDT by 6 Comments
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Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn screenwriter, Melissa Rosenberg, dishes with HollywoodLife.com about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s on-screen love-making…and she’s starting to get graphic!

How’s this for girl power? She’s told us before that Bella Swan and Edward Cullen do the nasty as husband and wife in Breaking Dawn, but Twilight scribe Melissa Rosenberg is now revealing that it’s Bella who’s going to be the most -– ahem –- AMBITIOUS in bed!

“When they are both vampires, they are both equally strong so…it’s very egalitarian,” Melissa told HollywoodLife.com exclusively at the 62nd Emmy Awards August 29, adding, “We are ALWAYS going to see some strong female characteristics if I’M writing it.”

Hooray! We’re all for a girl going after what she wants — and getting it. Even better, Melissa adds that things are going to be RACY for real-life BF and GF Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart –- and you’re going to see some skin!

“[The sex scenes] are much more interesting [now], because initially with those scenes, I was saying, ‘I’ll just kind of say, ‘And then they have sex’ and let Bill deal with it,’” Melissa told HollywoodLife.com exclusively at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Aug. 29.

She added, “And he’s like, ‘Oh, no, no, no. Let’s plot this out.’ So now I’m like really having to get into it. I’m like, ‘What are we talking about here, you know?’ Is there like, is she pinning him, is he pinning her?”

HOT! Watch our video to hear other Breaking Dawn secrets, including which characters are getting huge story lines, whose parts are getting cut (down, not out) and how close director Bill Condon is to approving the final draft!

–Kirstin Benson

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Kristina

Posted at 3:06 PM on August 31, 2010  

OK so will young teens get 2 watch it.If they can’t ticket sells will go down.

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Becca

Posted at 10:53 PM on August 30, 2010  

Again, I will never forgive MR for leaving out the part of the last meadow scene where Edward tells Bella that she is trying to please everyone but herself. He tells her that he has been selfish and wants to do it her way. He then tries to make love to Bella and finally she is the one that has to say no. I quess it was just too much for MR to let Edward show passion and desire toward Bella. She is too busy trying to make Bella appear to be stronger, and emasculating Edward. She also should have stuck to the book in the leg-hitch scene. That scene should have been fun and frisky, with Edward teasing Bella in very sensual way. But no, she had to make it look like he was too virtuous. She has been a total failure writing BOOK EDWARD, although Rob has done an excellent job portraying Edward, despite the crap of a script that she has written. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for BD, but I’m getting used to being disappointed when it comes to Melissa R.

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Chloe

Posted at 3:46 PM on August 30, 2010  

That’s such a joke. “We are ALWAYS going to see some strong female characteristics if I’M writing it.” Uhhh hello….. Bella has never been a strong female. She’s the definition of a weak stupid girl and Edward has always acted like a creepy abusive boyfriend.

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Tee

Posted at 9:12 PM on August 30, 2010  

Chloe can you be anymore ignorant?

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nicole

Posted at 2:25 PM on August 30, 2010  

hooray for bill condon! he’s not letting rosenberg get away that easy any more with bad, unfinished plots like the other directors did. oh bill, if you knew how much hope you give us!

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Melanie

Posted at 1:54 PM on August 30, 2010  

YESSSS!!! Bring it on!!! This is what we all want to see. Finally, someone is planning on sticking to the story!

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