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Twilight Saga fans need only wait a couple more days to watch the first full-length trailer for Breaking Dawn Part 2, as it will premiere prior to showings of The Hunger Games on March 26.

But how about just a little taste of what's to come?

In the following teaser, we get a VERY quick look at Bella's newfound vampire speed, while we also see both Jacob and Edward react to this newly-turned blood sucker. I didn't expect you to be so you, the former says, while the latter touches his wife and comments on her temperature.

Check out the recently-released still of Bella as a vampire now and then enjoy the 13 seconds of awesomeness below:

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You really need to pick up a copy of the special edition Breaking Dawn DVD. Or you really need to keep checking in to THG every few days. Either option works.

As previously published, fans of The Twilight Saga can get their first look at Breaking Dawn Part 2 via a featurette included on that DVD - but that's not all.

The disc also includes a behind-the-scenes look at Edward and Bella's wedding, replete with never-before-seen footage and messages from various actors and actresses, all in character. So raise a glass to the happy newlyweds now and relive the ceremony of the century now:

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The first official trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 will be shown in theaters prior to The Hunger Games when that film opens on March 23.

But, come on. That's weeks away. Who can wait that long for a sneak peek at the final installment of this wildly popular franchise?

Fortunately, you no longer have to. A Twihard to whom we're forever in debt has filmed the extended look at Part 2 that is included on the Limited-Collector's Edition DVD of Breaking Dawn Part 1 - and we've posted it below!

Sit back now and be taken on a journey, from the beginning - when Bella first utters the word vampire - to what will be the end, as the following video gives you a look at what's on tap this November. Enjoy!

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It may have been the worst reviewed of all chapters in The Twilight Saga, but Breaking Dawn: Part 1 has successfully sought revenge at the box office:

The film blew past $700 million in global box office haul this weekend and, with receipts not even counted yet in Japan and China, will undoubtedly soon be crowned the highest-grossing installment in the franchise.

New Moon grossed $709.8 million during its run.

This exciting news comes just a few weeks before Breaking Dawn is released on DVD (February 11!) and also coincides with talk that the franchise could extend beyond part 2, which hits theaters on November 18.

Would you want to see The Twilight Saga continue?

 

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Might November 16, 2012 not mark the beginning of the end for The Twilight Saga after all?

While we're still nearly a year away from the release of Breaking Dawn Part 2, Lionsgate President Jon Feltheimer is already looking at life beyond the final installment of Stephenie Meyer's novels - and he has an idea for how to milk the franchise for all it can produce.

  • Robert Pattinson Promo Photo
  • Breaking Dawn Poster: Jacob

“It’s hard for me to imagine a movie that does $700 million-plus doesn’t have ongoing value,” Felthemier said of the possibility that another film could be made. “It’s an amazing franchise that they have done a great job of maintaining with absolutely no deterioration."

But the source material is tapped out. How could the studio back another Edward and Bella-based saga?

“Maybe go back into some of the back stories,” Feltheimer suggested. “There’s been talk of shorts and different new media, too.”

Only time, and screaming Twihard reaction, will tell. But what do you think of this plan? Do you want to see Twilight extended beyond Breaking Dawn?

 

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Will George Takei live long enough to prosper after making the following comments public?

In order to settle a feud between one Star Trek icon (William Shatner) and on Star Wars veteran (Carrie Fisher), this veteran actor has taken to the Internet and posted a message that he hopes will bring both sides together: let's all hate on Twilight instead!

"What's needed today now more than ever is star peace, for there is an ominous, mutual threat to all science fiction. It's called Twilight and it is really, really bad," says Takei.

The actor even gets rather specific in calling our Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and company, adding:

"Gone is any sense of heroism, camaraderie or epic battles. In its place, we have vampires that sparkle, moan and go to high school. Now, I'm not above mixing in a little sex appeal to spice up the fantasy, but sci-fi fans be warned, there are no great stories, characters or profound life lessons to be found in Twilight... In Twilight, the only message that rings through loud and clear is: 'Does my boyfriend like me?'

"Let us band together to combat this mutual threat."

Powerful words. Now you tell us: Which movie franchise is best?

 

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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.

HEAD OVER TO MOVIE FANATIC NOW AND READ THIS REVIEW IN FULL!

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The Twilight Saga has officially merged with American Idol.

Following two months of dating and four months of an engagement, Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald got married in Malibu yesterday, as the actress gushed to Us Weekly:

"We couldn't be happier!. [We were] surrounded by our family and friends. We're so glad this day has come!" 

Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald Photo

Reed - who portrays Rosalie Hale and will next be seen in Breaking Dawn - first met the season 10 finalist in March at the premiere of Red Riding Hood. Just a month later, McDonald moved into Reed's Los Angeles home.

And the rest is romantic history.

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We'll have plenty more from The Twilight Saga and its Comic-Con panel later today - including never-before-seen footage from Breaking Dawn Part 1 - but this scoop is too juicy to save:

Director Bill Condon just teased that Breaking Dawn might NOT be the final chapter in this franchise after all.

"It's the end of the Bella/Edward story," Condon said. "But there are so many new characters at the end of the second movie that I suspect [Stephanie Meyer] would want to revisit them some time."

THG at Comic Con

What might a new installment be titled?

"Breakfast Time," Robert Pattinson joked. "Brunch? Noon?"

Oh, that Robert.

You tell us: Should the Twilight Saga continue beyond Breaking Dawn?

 

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Fans have waited years to see Bella and Edward tie the knot, and for the wedding scene, and for the Breaking Dawn sex scene, and for ... well, everything.

Like Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 2, the end of the Twilight saga - split into two parts this November and next - will be a bittersweet affair.

In Entertainment Weekly's new cover story, the three stars of the franchise reflect on its epic conclusion, which proved equally climactic for them as well.

Read the full story here and see dueling EW covers below ...

Taylor Lautner EW Cover

Coming this fall: Love, sex, death and one very strange baby.

To hear the stars tell it, Breaking Dawn Parts 1 and 2 involved brutal, globe-trotting shoots and scenes far darker, bloodier, and more polarizing than before.

The birth of Renesmee, says Kristen Stewart who appears with Robert Pattinson on one cover, "is really effective, and I’ve heard it really hits you in the face."

If audiences haven’t matured with Twilight yet, they’re about to grow up fast.

Are you ready, fans? Somehow we have a hunch that you'll be up for it.