WATCH: New Breaking Dawn Clips!

November 6, 2012

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Excited for the upcoming premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2? Well, to get you even more excited about the movie, Summit Entertainment has released three more clips revealing some intense moments in the film. We know the final Twilight installment is full of drama, and these new sneak peeks definitely give viewers a feel of just how much is at stake for the Cullens.

“Bad Habits”

In Breaking Dawn – Part 2, Bella and Edward have to defend their family, especially their newborn daughter Renesmee, from the wrath of the Volturi. Not only does Bella have to adjust to her new vampire life, but now she has put her life on the line for those she loves. No doubt she’s a little bit nervous. But in this clip, Bella and Edward share a totally sweet and tender moment before the ultimate showdown.

“Report a Crime”

This video reveals the super intense (and creepy!) scene where the Volturi learn about Renesmee’s existence. The discovery ends up putting the entire movie in motion, so the dramatic music and sound effects, while scary, are definitely appropriate.

“Dark Gifts”

Bella, Edward and their other supernatural allies are up against some pretty powerful vampires, and this clip shows just how terrifying the Volturi’s abilities can be.

Will you be watching The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 when it comes out in theaters November 16? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!


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6 Comments

  1. dancingqueen219 says:

    I’m so excited!!!

  2. pixiestar says:

    Totally! :D

  3. Byarna says:

    I am TOTES gonna watch it! :D ~Twihard, Team Jacob and Team Seth 4Ev~

  4. Emilykb20 says:

    Yesssssssss

  5. flickchic6 says:

    Can’t wait! Counting the days.

  6. dezismile says:

    TEAM JACOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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