The vampires of Twilight are descending on the Canadian city of Vancouver to film the last two Breaking Dawn films. Rumored couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart arrived together on the same private jet, but went to the Sheraton Wall Center in separate cars.
True to form, Stewart reportedly “ran to her SUV with her head covered,” while Pattinson “walked out calm and collected,” wearing an MTV jacket — and looking the perfect shade of vampire white.
The private jet also carried other cast members of Breaking Dawn, including Mia Maestro (playing Vampire Carmen), Myanna Buring (playing Tanya) and 10-year-old Mackenzie Foy, who plays the human/vampire love child of Edward and Bella.
Breaking Dawn will be filmed as a two-part movie — and will be the last of the popular Twilight franchise. Previous Twilight movies had been filmed in Canada, however, production on Breaking Dawn has so far been filmed in Brazil and Louisiana.
The highly anticipated Breaking Dawn movie released a picture in November (check it out here) showing Bella clutching feathers on a bed. In the book, Bella and Edward’s honeymoon night becomes so intense and passionate that they break the headboard, Edward rips the pillows and Bella ends up quite bruised.
Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg hints that Breaking Dawn will not disappoint. “I don’t think we’re planning to shy away from anything. I think the birth should be as horrifying as it is in the novel. The sex scenes should be as scintillating as they are in the novel, as erotic as they are in the novel. All of it, I think we should see all of it.”
The first part of Breaking Dawn will hit movie theaters November 18, 2011 and the second part is slated for November 16, 2012.