Breaking Dawn Details Emerge

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Details are spilling out about the currently-in-production The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn and USA Today has had a chance to speak with producer Wyck Godfrey to verify a number of the routes the cinematic adaptation will take in adapting the original novel.

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In addition to verifying the location of the two-film split shortly after Bella’s transformation into a vampire, Godfrey confirmed that the birth sequence will attempt to maintain the extremes of the text but, to avoid an R rating, will be “seen only through Bella’s eyes”.

“She is looking through the haze,” Godfrey says, “experiencing pain and everything rushing around her. We only see what she sees.”

Also on the ratings front, Godfrey promises that the key sex scene in the book, “[will] not become soft porn. It is a legitimate and important part of the movie, romantic and sensual.”

The producer also added that the second part of the film, due November 16, 2012, will play as more action-heavy than the first part, hitting November 18, 2011.