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Just a few more days and we’ll have our hands on Breaking Dawn Part 1!
Here’s a DVD/Blu Ray extra from Entertainment Weekly on the behind the scenes special effects on the Cullens and wolves fight.
Oh soon to be daddy Jackson at the end is really cute!
[Source: Entertainment Weekly]
Today we’re giving away six copies of the Walmart Bella’s Wedding Special Edition of Breaking Dawn.
It’s the only version of Breaking Dawn with exclusive content on the disc and also includes a cloth poster of Edward and Bella.
Here’s are the details-445 Comments
MTV‘s Hollywood Crush has an exclusive look at the Breaking Dawn Part 1 DVD extras of the behind the scenes of the bloody birth scene with author/producer Stephenie Meyer talking about Robert Pattinson’s performance.
“He was really able to touch the human emotions of that scene. Rob really nailed it,” Stephenie recalled. “It was really powerful. I teared up, several people near me did. It was just a lump in your throat—that moment of thinking you’ve lost everything and not being able to accept it. It was really emotional.”
Oh I did tear up! I teared up again just watching that! I loved Bill Condon’s air fist!
EDIT! Not sure why we can’t view it. Grrr MTV!30 Comentarios
I rarely go full-on three exclamation points, but this video definitely deserves it.
Check out a newly-released clip from the Breaking Dawn Part 1 DVD & Blu-Ray which features some bloopers from the gory birth scene.
How did anyone manage to keep a straight face on set during this process?17 Comentarios
Check out two of the extras from Breaking Dawn Part 1 DVD Blu-ray of the behind the scenes footage of The Wedding and The Honeymoon. Love it!
I love watching the DVD extras. I really wish they had more blooper footage from all the Twilight Saga films. So cute at the end of the honeymoon one. :D37 Comentarios
One of the videos details Stephenie Meyer’s increased involvement with Breaking Dawn compared to the other Twilight films and the second explains how filming Part 1 and 2 simultaneously was like a “complicated chess game.”