You want to know what we think? Okay, this is what we think:
Come November, some of you Twi-Hards are going to be really happy and some of you Twi-hards are going to be really pissed off. Generally speaking, when a franchise comes to close, this is the case, but we think specifically the fandom is going to be divided on the final film in the Twilight Saga because of all the NEW scenes that are going to be added. Let's get real here — we all know how the book ends and we all know there isn't that much material to work with that will make for an exciting conclusion. Thus, we have a feeling Stephenie Meyer and Melissa Rosenberg had themselves a pow-wow and came up with some scenes to add to this movie to appease fan's thirst for more.
Case in point: During an interview with The SAG Harbor Express, Twilight composer Carter Burwell revealed that he had to compose a song for the film specifically to be performed by Robert Pattinson and Mackenzie Foy, the young actress that plays Edward Cullen's daughter, Renesmee.
As Carter explains:
"In the movie I’m working on right now, which is “Breaking Dawn: Part II,” they needed Rob Pattinson and the actress who plays his daughter to play piano onscreen. I had to write this duet before they shot the film so they could actually learn the parts. Rob is a musician, so he prides himself on working out the fingering for these correctly."
Now, correct us if we're wrong, but we don't ever remember there being a scene like this in the book. We can remember him playing perhaps — in fact, he've might even compose a lullaby for her — but we don't remember Renesmee ever playing the piano.
And now, can't you just picture it! Robert snuggled next to that cute little one with his eyes, playing the piano together and looking so adorable you could just BUST?! That's what they are going for with this flick, people! Just gonna rip your heart out with all the mush and gush to the bitter end!
Works for us!
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