New images released from Twilight: Breaking Dawn

Looks at K-Stew, R-Pattz and T-Laut

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A trio of new images from the final two-part Twilight movie have been released online courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.

With the first part of Breaking Dawn set for release at the end of this year, EW caught up with all of the franchise’s stars and got their thoughts on putting Twilight to bed once and for all.

“I like the honeymoon scenes,” Robert Pattinson says (see the first image below), ”because it’s such a massive turnaround in Edward and Bella’s relationship.”

The second image shows Maggie Grace, Casey LaBow and MyAnna Buring rocking their wedding outfits.

Meanwhile, Jake’s none-too-pleased when he receives his invite to Bella and Ed’s wedding ceremony. “He’s still getting over losing out on Bella,” says Taylor Lautner. ”By the end he’s able to accept it and deal with it like a man.”

Check out the images below...

Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 opens 18 November.

Think it's about time this franchise crawled into a grave? Or will you be sad to see it end? Drop your comments below...

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    • porter

      Apr 29th 2011, 14:55

      Twi-s**te. Listen, I realise this stuff's not aimed at me, but surely our kids deserve better than this. The scripts are Lucas-awful, the acting's dire and the cast are, well, not as pretty as everyone seems to think they are (I'm a man-troll myself, so this isn't some kind of middle-aged envy thing). How the source books ever got published in the first place, I'll never know. They are jaw-droppingly bad. How the books got turned into films? Even bigger mystery. Thank God this s**t ends soon!

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    • rosebud1986

      Apr 29th 2011, 17:57

      Well Porter, all together in this world a lot of c**p books and movies have been published and made into films. But typically they were flops to begin with. In your case you've read the books? That's what you make it sound like. And opinions are like a**holes everyone has one and not everyone wants to hear yours. If it is something that you are not interested in then don't read the articles and blogs and be an a**hole about it. The books and movies are big successes and the fact that the children and adults of America continue to read no matter what it be is a good sign. So please if you are a "closet" Twilight junkie that likes to bash it to sound more manly and cool with your friends just don't. On a positive note I am super excited for BD part 1 and am a very successful adult women that works in a hospital so please dont judge my intelegence based on that i like the books and movies. :)

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    • Ali1748

      Apr 29th 2011, 18:43

      It's a miracle, Jacob is wearing a shirt.

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    • BruceShark

      Apr 29th 2011, 19:41

      Zoolander 2. Excellent.

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    • Hadouken76

      Apr 30th 2011, 0:45

      There a demotivational poster of Blade standing behind the wimpy couple with the words ... " Twilight : This is how it should have ended ". THAT would have been worth watching!

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    • TheDMeister

      Apr 30th 2011, 1:16

      It's certainly a film series that hasn't been treated at all well by the media at times and it's generally negative portrayal are disrespectful to its fans. Let's face it; the source materials are definetly aimed to a specific audience and clearly appeal to that audience otherwise these movies wouldn't get made. I personally think that people should leave well alone and not go out of their way to deliberately attack fans of this series.

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    • pimpernel

      Apr 30th 2011, 8:54

      rosebud1986 - consider yourself judged. Hadouken76 - look for howitshouldhaveended.com, your prayers will be answered there. I have read some of the books, watched some of the films, laughed raucously at all of them - I am looking forward to laughing some more.

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    • writerdave87

      Apr 30th 2011, 23:06

      I'm actually agreeing with Dalidab on a couple of things there- from the little I've seen of Sheen (Along with Fanning) I think the supporting cast is working wonders for the Twilight films and the wolves are fantastically well animated. However, sorry rosebud but as someone who actually had to read the Twilight books for an article i was writing about the phenomenon, they're a bunch of overhyped, underwritten load of c**p that'd be better off being used for toilet paper than being passed off as literature. The fact that as you yourself say the children of American continue to read the books demonstrates all that's wrong about the series- its NOT A CHILDRENS BOOK. It SHOULDN'T be marketed for children. Teenagers, maybe, or the middle aged women that hang around cinemas waving signs screaming for Robert pattinson (Which, by the way, if a load of middle aged men did the same thing about an actress Pattinson's age, would probably land them all in jail), but this franchise (in which a far older man seduces a teenage girl, convinces her to give up her dreams of education and a career and gets her pregnant btw) is being aimed at children and that is unbelievably f****d up. Twilight is the most cynically engineered, designed, calculatedly money-driven load of s**t ever. D-meister is bang on the money- the books were written and the films were made specifically to target a certain kind of audience. The sooner the hype is over and the Meyer-worshipping subsides the better. The fact some talented filmmakers are making some not-entirely-awful film versions of her pathetic books doesn't excuse anything.

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    • Ceciliaonfire

      May 2nd 2011, 8:18

      Sigh. I thought Blade was total c**p but I don't feel the need to shove that down the throat of Blade fans or speculate about their lack of IQ or the minimal size of their junk. Wonder where all the haters are coming from...?

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    • writerdave87

      May 2nd 2011, 21:10

      I'm guessing a lot of the haters might be coming from the fact they're badly written books about messed-up subject matter that have been made into a franchise with a leading man who possesses the charisma of a potato?

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