‘Breaking Dawn’ producers reveal new movie details about Bella’s delivery scene!
Kristen Stewart set the Twi-verse on fire with her vampire revelation at the People’s Choice Awards. Now that she’s already filming the ‘Bella’ chapter in Breaking Dawn, K-Stew’s experiencing life as a vampire mom. What kind of mother is she? And how did the producers write her birth scene? Spoiler alert!
The much talked about bloody birth scene will be filmed as if the audience is seeing through Bella’s eyes, Breaking Dawn producer Wyck Godfrey revealed to USA Today. “She is looking through the haze, experiencing pain and everything rushing around her. We only see what she sees.”
Wyck continues, “We basically want to take the audience through the emotional part of Bella’s journey as she becomes a vampire.”
Kristen as Bella transforms from a pretty teenage human to a gorgeous vampire mother with the birth of Renesmee. Since Kristen’s already so beautiful, it’s not too hard to imagine her transformation. Still — we can’t wait to see her beauty magnified when Kristen’s vampire self hits the big screen in the final installment of the Twilight franchise, out in November 2012. We bet Robert Pattinson is loving his girlfriend’s new look! How cute must they be in their matching sparkly makeup?
Kristen’s currently engrossing herself in her new role as mother to her baby with Rob’s character, Edward. Bella’s emotional journey will be something new for Kristen to tackle as she learns to play a parental figure. Her maternal instincts manifest themselves as she gets initially protective of Renesmee against Taylor Lautner‘s character, Jacob.
Kristen plays a devoted mom: “[Renesmee] had my absolute attention, my every thought,” says Bella in the fourth novel. For the first time, we’re seeing the love triangle disappear between the Twilight trio, and we’re also seeing Kristen’s obsessive behavior toward Rob turned toward her new daughter.
So tell us — are you disappointed to see Team Jacob on the backburner? Are you excited about Rob and Kristen’s new roles as parents? Sound off below!