New trailer for Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2

Trailer Simon Brew 7 Sep 2012 - 15:01

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner star, as Twilight edges closer to its finale...

You sense that the final Twilight film might just be a tougher sell than Summit Entertainment had been expecting, given that the real life romance between Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson has taken a turn in the past few months. That said, still expect sizeable box office returns for what’s likely to be the last ever Twilight movie. At least until the franchise is rebooted one day.

Taylor Lautner and Michael Sheen are back too, of course, for the final chapter. And Bill Condon is once again directing. What's more, the new trailer for Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 can be seen right here. Here’s hoping the series can go out on a high…

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Oh good, another 'Epic Finale'.

Anyone else bored of that patronizing line yet?

I am bored of this patronizing franchise.

It's going to be under 2 hours long..I don't think it has enough time to be ''epic'' at least it's the last one..having said that I enjoyed all the others.

Don't care about "going out on a high", just as long as it goes out. What a load of dross.

I have to admit that I quite enjoyed Twilight (3/5) and Eclipse (4/5), but New Moon (2/5) and Breaking Dawn Part 1 (1/5) were real letdowns, especially Part 1. This Part 2 trail does look more promising, yet still although I'll see it I worry that this won't do the franchise 'justice' nearly as much as Lionsgate did with the first Hunger Games (4/5) in March. On the plus side, Patrick Ness' Chaos Walking trilogy is up next for adaptation, and that remains one of my favourite pieces of fantasy fiction in a LONG time!

I may be getting my hopes up only to be dissapointed, but please let them have changed the ending to there is a massacre. Please, it't the only way to redime this franchise!

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