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More New ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2′ Stills & BTS Photos in HQ

More New ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2′ Stills & BTS Photos in HQ

Check out more Breaking Dawn Part 2 stills and behind the scenes photos! Some of them are not new, but in HQ.

I love the Renesmee at Christmas one. Adorable!  Jacob with the new young wolf pack!

I can’t wait!  28 days!  One menstrual cycle left!  LOL!

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The Final ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2′ Trailer from Yahoo!

The Final ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2′ Trailer from Yahoo!

HERE IT IS! The final Breaking Dawn Part 2 trailer! It’s alittle longer the trailer shown at the MTV VMAs with some extra never before scenes. It looks amazing!

*grabs tissue* I’m happy and sad and excited and happy…. *wipes tears, blows nose* ;)

LET’S DISCUSS! Kate and Garrett! Her testing her power on him! “You’re an amazing woman!” *swoon Lee Pace* Everything!

Screencaps after the break!


Screen shots of the ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2′ Teaser Trailer!

Screen shots of the ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2′ Teaser Trailer!

Here are screen caps of the first full Breaking Dawn Part 2 teaser trailer!  Check out all the Cullens and Covens at the stand off with the Volturi, and Bella!  Wow!   Some scenes we can figure out from the book, but some are not so much.  What are your thoughts?

Let’s discuss!

All the screen shots under the break!



Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Wolf Pack Special Effects in Breaking Dawn CGI!

31 Comments December 11, 2011 by Filed Under: Breaking Dawn Special Effects, Wolf Pack

Breaking Dawn brings larger-than-life wolves to the big-screen, and here’s a peek at the movie magic that made the wolf pack a reality.

A pivotal scene has the Twilight Saga wolves intimidating Bella/Kristen Stewart due to her marriage and child with Edward Cullen/Robert Pattinson.

Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon asked Tippett Studios to bring this difficult sequence from script to screen.

“The lumberyard sequence was great,” recalled visual effects supervisor Eric Leven. “It was first time in any of these movies that it was just the wolves in wolf form doing their wolf thing.”

As we know, the wolves communicate telepathically, but in order to create this scene they took a dialogue-based approach. Lead animator Hans Brekke explained that “we got into a recording room and assigned roles, Then we took the dialogue track and started designing shots, which were loosely based on a storyboard sequence.”

Taylor Lautner, who plays Jacob Black and serves as the main voice of the pack for the showdown, needed to stay front and center, so a rough 3D rendering was created to visualize how the sequence would ultimately play out.

The scene was filmed over three days in a lumberyard with cardboard cutouts to represent the placement of the rendered wolves. Once the animation began, Tippett took great care so details like the texture of the fur and positioning of ears for each wolf told a story on their own.

Check out the video above for an interesting interview about the process!

[TheDaily via ScottBroock]

NEW Breaking Dawn Part 1 Clip – “Hurt My Family”

NEW Breaking Dawn Part 1 Clip – “Hurt My Family”

Here’s a new clip Hurt My Family from Yahoo Movies!!


The Wolf Pack at The Breaking Dawn Part 1

The Wolf Pack at The Breaking Dawn Part 1

6 Comments November 14, 2011 by Filed Under: Breaking Dawn Premiere, Wolf Pack

Julie Jones (Leah Clearwater), Alex Meraz (Paul), Tinsel Korey (Emily), Chaske Spencer (Sam Uley), Gil Birmingham (Billy Black, Boo Boo Stewart (Seth Clearwater) and Alex Rice (Sue Clearwater) at the Breaking Dawn Part 1 Premiere!

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Breaking Dawn Countdown: 11 Days Left!

Breaking Dawn Countdown: 11 Days Left!

7 Comments November 7, 2011 by Filed Under: Breaking Dawn Countdown, Wolf Pack

Breaking Dawn Countdown 11

Less than eleven days remain until The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 hits movie theaters on November 18th!

To celebrate, we have a picture of the wolf pack in their natural element, the forest.

Some interesting facts about 11:

  • Apollo 11 was the first manned spacecraft to land on the Moon.
  • In the mockumentary , Spinal Tap’s amplifiers go up to eleven.
  • The number of incarnations of The Doctor in BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who is eleven
  • Three films — Ben-Hur (1959), Titanic (1997), and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) — have each won eleven Academy Awards, including Best Picture of their respective years.

Let’s hope that Breaking Dawn Part 1 gets some acknowledgement from the Academy this year! A pipe dream, but wouldn’t it be nice?


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