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Becoming A Vampire In 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Teaser Trailer

Becoming A Vampire In 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Teaser Trailer

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," November 16th (Summit):

The moment that many "Twilight" fans have been waiting for has finally arrived, as Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) has at last become one of the undead.

After "Part 1" ended with Bella's awakening as a vampire, the trailer for "Part 2" is centered on how her life has changed now that she is no longer human, a lifestyle that now includes sprinting through the woods hunting for deer.

As one might expect, the teaser trailer is heavy on Bella messing around with her new powers, though both Robert Pattinson and Tyler Lautner make their expected appearances to show that the awkward love triangle is still intact.

After "Part 1" was the most critically acclaimed movie in the series, "Part 2" has some big expectations as director Bill Condon looks to cap off one of the most popular movie franchises of all-time.

We saw in "Part 1" that the filmmakers aren't afraid to push the envelope into grim territory, and the teaser trailer suggests that we're in for more of the same with "Part 2." If the teaser trailer is any indication, "Twilight" fans could be in for a relatively dark conclusion.

The trailer for "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" can be viewed at the movie's official site.

Box office potential:

Everyone knows this one will be big, but how big is the real question.

If the final "Harry Potter" is any indication, fans should come out in droves to see Bella's final chapter and "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" could very well end up as the most lucrative release in the entire franchise - just like the "Potter" finale.

So far, only "Twilight: Eclipse" has broken $300 million domestically and not one of the releases has approached $1 billion worldwide, though these are marks that "Part 2" could definitely challenge this fall.

by RTT Staff Writer

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