Twilight Breaking Dawn -- Part 2 trailer is hot, hot, hot
After a 10-second tease released yesterday to ravaged fans, the Twilight lords finally let go of the full trailer to Breaking Dawn -- Part 2. The Volturi hunts Renesmee.
The second trailer of Breaking Dawn Part 2 was just released, WATCH IT HERE!
This means war
Watch out Bella and Edward, your half-vamp, half-human offspring, Renesmee, is now the new target of the Volturi, the secret vampire society more powerful than the angel of death in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2.
But that’s not as complicated as it gets. If you remember from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1, Bella lost her life during the childbirth. The only way for Edward to save her was to turn her into a vampire. As fans well know, this is the first we get to see Bella living on the other side.
We’re the same temperature now
Eyes red, skin cold, she now has to hunt with the others and control her thirst for human blood just as the Cullens get used to the newest member of their clan.
But just as Bella is acclimating, she soon finds out that the Volturi is after her daughter. Will this new teen vamp have the strength to save Renesmee from capture by the immobilizing black-hooded Volturi (they finally leave Italy and head for the chilly Northwest)... ?
Not if she doesn’t get help from someone else. Edward pleads with the other families to join forces and fight the Volturi. A war between the two sides is inevitable.
She was born, not bitten!
In this first look at the full trailer, fans finally get to lay eyes on Bella flying for the first time, Edward embracing her as a chilly vampire, Renesmee as a baby, and the Volturi in its entirety.
Kristen Stewart is back as Bella, Robert Pattinson as Edward, and Taylor Lautner as Jacob, the estranged childhood friend that will stop at nothing to protect Bella and Renesmee, with whom he made a soulful connection with at the end of Part 1. Twihards call it “imprinting.” We call it fabulous!
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2 releases in theaters on Nov. 16.