Battle Scene in 'Breaking Dawn' Reportedly Sees Edward and Bella's Deaths

December 30, 2010 08:18:56 GMT

The bloody and gory scene, however, only occurs in Alice's vision when the Volturi confront the Cullens about Edward and Bella's child, Renesmee.


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"The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn" will allegedly feature two contradictory things, life and death. While welcoming their daughter Renesmee, Edward and Bella will be seen dead in the second part of the film, says a source who claims to have read the script.

According to Lainey Gossip (via Hollywood Life), this bloody scene happens as the Volturi confront the Cullens about their half vampire/half human child, Renesmee. While in the book the conflict is solved with talking, both parties are almost involved in brutal killings in the film version.

[SPOILER ALERT!] Fortunately, it is just a vision that Alice shares with Aro. The details read, "Alice touches that head [Volturi] guy. When she touches the [Volturi] guy he 'sees' what will happen if he continues his course. So, the first person whose head comes off is Carlisle. In the vision."

"Then everything goes to s**t and all kinds of dying happens. And Bella and Edward kill Aro. Bella and Edward, they die too. All these other people die, too. Jane and her brother. Lots of deaths on both sides. Then the [Volturi] guy snaps out of it, says he's sorry. Everybody makes up and lives happily ever after."

Split into two parts, "Breaking Dawn" will see the newfound married bliss of Bella and Edward cut short when a series of betrayals and misfortunes threatens to destroy their world. "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" will come out November 18, 2011 in the U.S., while "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part II" will be released a year later on November 16, 2012.

Both movies are shot back to back with Bill Condon serving behind the lens. Filming locations include Louisiana, Brazil, Vancouver and Mexico.

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posted by melissa on Apr 25, 2014
NICE
posted by JJBrooks on Oct 10, 2012
Fortunately this is true. I found out from a reliable source that the confrontation between the volutri begins, alice is about to touch him to show a vision, but "without the audience knowing it" it breaks out into a fight scene. Then once all the deaths happen, it cuts to Aro seeing the vision and walks away.
posted by Dacota on Apr 22, 2012
I totally agree, sometimes people lie and bulls***- the point is all books SHOULD have happy endings and why cant this one? :(
posted by Shantan on Apr 22, 2012
I love Breaking Dawn pt 1 and i hope bella and edward don't die because of the fact that they now have a baby girl in their life... I am a huge fan and i dont think Stephanie Meyer would kill out 2 of her best characters xx
posted by larhonda on Jan 04, 2011
i can't wait to see breaking dawn
posted by prityyaniz08 on Jan 03, 2011
i'm so excited about this movie..i'm a fan 'everything that is written here is true i've read the book,but the fact that they are gonna die i think its not true and i don't like it...
posted by melissa on Jan 02, 2011
hi my name is melissa kaye spradlin

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