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The wedding dress that Kristen Stewart wears as Bella Swan in Breaking Dawn was custom-made, gorgeous... and darn expensive!

Speaking to E! News, author Stephenie Meyer says she personally selected designer Carolina Herrera to come up with the gown because she wanted it "to be something special, not something that you're going to see every day."

Hence the crepe satin, French Chantilly Lace and nearly 200 button across the back and sleeves.

  • Edward and Bella Wedding Day Pic
  • Behind Bella's Wedding Gown


"I love what Carolina did with it, she came up with a stunning concept. It's similar to what I envisioned, but with added elements," Meyer says.

Want one yourself for when you walk down the aisle? A replica version is available right now from Alfred Angelo bridal dress company. It's priced at $799.

But Herrera plans to include the real gown in her 2012 collection, which will be on sale at CHNY boutiques. It might set you back a few allowances, though: expect it to cost around $35,000.

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The Muppets were no match for the half-vampire babies this week, as Jason Segel, Amy Adams, Kermit the Frog and friends fared well at the box office - but Breaking Dawn remained on top.

The Twilight Saga's fourth installment pulled in another $62 million from Wednesday through today, bringing its worldwide tally to nearly $400 million. It's now ahead of the pace set in 2009 by Eclipse. The Muppets, meanwhile, pulled in a solid $42 million.

Here is a look at the top 10 box office results from this long holiday weekend:

  1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1: $62.3 million
  2. The Muppets: $42 million
  3. Happy Feet Two: $18.4 million
  4. Arthur Christmas: $17 million
  5. Hugo: $15.4 million
  6. Jack and Jill: $14.1 million
  7. Immortals: $12.6 million
  8. Puss in Boots: $10.4 million
  9. Tower Heist: $10.2 million
  10. The Descendants: $9.2 million

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Vampires 1, Muppets 0.

On the first two days in which Breaking Dawn was matched up against Kermit the Frog and company, the second-to-last installment of The Twilight Saga outearned Jason Segel's version of The Muppets at the box office.

Breaking Dawn brought in $7.8 million yesterday, on top of $12.5 million on Wednesday; The Muppets, meanwhile, opened with a $6.6 million take and followed it up with $5.9 on turkey day.

We'll see how each fares over the actual weekend, but Breaking Dawn has now surpassed $200 million in domestic earnings already. Who knew the franchise was so darn popular? Oh, right. Everybody.

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Attention, Twihards: you may never sleep with Robert Pattinson. But that doesn't mean you can't resemble the young woman who did sleep with Robert Pattinson in Breaking Dawn!

That's right, a replicated version of Bella Swan's wedding dress is now available.

Bella Wedding Dress

On sale for $799, the Alfred Angelo-designed creation is a long-sleeved, lace gown with a V-neck and open back. This is likely the closest you'll ever come to living out this iconic wedding scene each and every night.

Seriously, how beautiful did Kristen Stewart look in the film?!?

Did you see Breaking Dawn? What did you think?


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Breaking Dawn didn't break any box office records this weekend, but it didn't fare too poorly, either.

The fourth installment in The Twilight Saga is estimated to have earned $139.5 million on Friday and Saturday, the fifth most lucrative opening weekend in Hollywood history. New Moon actually bested this edition by $4 million on 2004.

But Breaking Dawn did set a new Twilight mark in global earnings, taking home $283.5 million around the world over the last couple days. Did you see it? What did you think Breaking Dawn?


Below, we've posted the complete top 10 box office results from the weekend.

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It's official: movie goers are not sick of Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart and company. Midnight showings across the country of Breaking Dawn brought in $30.3 million this morning.

That's on par with Eclipse and about $4 million more than New Moon pulled in during the same opening time slot.

The record for midnight showings is $43.5 million, held by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. That wizard-based flick went on to earn $169.2 million over its first two days, a number Breaking Dawn is unlikely to top. Insiders expect it to garner a mere $140 million or so this weekend.

Fortunately, yet another installment of this beloved franchise is on the way in November 2012. You'll have one more shot at the record, Twihards! Don't blow it.

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It's here. Or, should we say, it's there: in your neighborhood movie theater, just waiting to be viewed multiple times this weekend.

In honor of the release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, we've collected a wealth of recent THG-related content below. Click through it now in preparation and then get the heck out of here. There's a wedding to attend, Twihards!

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Let's face it: you are going to see Breaking Dawn. It doesn't really matter if every critic give it a worse grade than Jack & Jill. It's really only a matter of how many times you attend a showing this weekend, not whether or not you choose to do so.

Still, what sort of expectations should you have for Edward and Bella's big day? Will it meet expectations?

Yes, says our friend, Joel Amos, of Movie Fanatic.

The wedding scene is a beauty to behold," he writes, adding that "fans will be all sorts of a twitter" as they watch this beloved couple exchange vows.

Taylor Lautner, meanwhile, "excels in capturing a man," someone truly coming in to his own, both physically and emotionally, while "living at a crossroads" due to his unrequited love for Bella.

Don't expect much action in this second-to-last installment of the franchise, but true Twihards will be happy that Breaking Dawn remains true to the book and to Stephenie Meyer's's vision.


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Breaking Dawn opens in theaters across the globe at MIDNIGHT TONIGHT! Or midnight tomorrow, really. Point being: the blockbuster is about to open.

In anticipation, the stars are making every media round imaginable, most notably posing on the red carpet of various premieres. First, there was Los Angeles. (View our album of Nokia Theatre premiere pics NOW.). Next stop? London.

The main trio of Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart handled this international trip on their own yesterday, taking to the red carpet in England and doing what they do best: being attractive. Click around below and and get a closer look at the three stars now:

Breaking Dawn Trio
  • Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in London
  • Robsten in London
  • Kristen Stewart Red Carpet Pose
  • Taylor Lautner in London
  • Robert Pattinson Premiere Picture

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The entertainment world is abuzz with Breaking Dawn hysteria. Maybe you noticed.

Even The Muppets, who also have a movie coming out, are getting in on the action.

In three new posters for the Jason Segel-written Muppets adaptation, which arrives in theaters next week, Kermit, Miss Piggy and Rowlf channel their Twilight brethren.

From one iconic pop cultural phenomenon to another, meet the handsome Vamphibian (Kermit/Edward), the Wererowlf (Rowlf/Jacob) and the lovely Bella Swine ...

  • Muppets Twilight Poster: Kermit
  • Muppets Twilight Poster: WereRowlf
  • Muppets Twilight Poster: Miss Piggy as Bella
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