Following the unofficial release of the movie's screen grabs, the studio pleads internet users to stop spreading the images.
Summit Entertainment has reached out to internet users to help them stop online leaking of premature images from "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn". On April 1, the studio along with author Stephenie Meyer, director Bill Condon and producer Wyck Godfrey has released a statement to urge people to not spreading the images which hit the web lately.
"As some of you may know, pictures and screen grabs of 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn' as a work in progress have leaked on the internet, " the statement read. "We are extremely proud of this film and also extremely heartbroken to see it out there at this stage."
"The film and these images are not yet ready or in their proper context. They were illegally obtained and their early dissemination is deeply upsetting to the actors, the filmmakers and Summit who are working so hard to bring these movies to fruition to you in November 2011 and November 2012."
"Please, for those who are posting, stop. And please, though the temptation is high, don't view or pass on these images. Wait for the film in its beautiful, finished entirety to thrill you," so they end the message.
The leaked images spill Bella and Edward's bed scene, Renesmee birth scene, Bella's baby bump and Stewart's character in vampire form. Most of them have been taken down from internet, although some are still available online.
The last chapter in "Twilight" series, "Breaking Dawn" is split into two parts. "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" is due November 18 in the U.S., while "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part II" is slated to come out on November 16, 2012.