Will “Breaking Dawn” Change People’s Mind About Bella Swan?

Hey Twilighters!

According to an article from the Los Angeles Times, Kristen Stewart thinks that “Breaking Dawn will change people’s mind about Bella Swan”.

“Twilight” fans love to debate their favorite novel in Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling vampire series. Kristen Stewart says she has her own favorite — and it’s the most explicit and intense of the bunch.

“This one’s really good. This one really goes there, finally,” said the actress who plays the iconic Bella Swan of “Breaking Dawn.” “This one is like the forming of a family. You see everything really come to fruition because I feel like [Bella] has sort of gone through an accelerated growth period.”

In November, Stewart will reprise the Bella role when she begins filming the first half of “Breaking Dawn,” the fourth movie in the “Twilight” franchise, which will be directed by Bill Condon. The story follows [spoiler alert: if you aren’t familiar with “Breaking Dawn,” skip to the last paragraph] Bella’s marriage to vampire Edward Cullen (Rob Pattinson), as the two finally consummate their relationship and Bella becomes pregnant.

“At this point,” Stewart says, “you do accept [Bella] as a mom.”

Because their child is half-human and half-vampire, Bella’s pregnancy is riddled with complications — all leading up to a dramatic birth scene, in which Edward tears open Bella’s stomach with his teeth to save their baby.

There has been speculation about how the graphic scene will be depicted on screen. Stewart acknowledges it’s a “crazy concept,” also describing werewolf Jacob’s hearing “vampire teeth against vampire skin” during the childbirth scene.

Just how that will play out on screen, though, has yet to be determined. “I’ve seen the script,” which tracks closely to the book, she says. “But it depends on how they shoot it.”

Stewart, who was speaking to 24 Frames to promote her new independent drama “Welcome to the Rileys,” said she thinks her “Twilight” character has been misunderstood. “Bella’s criticized sometimes for being, like, you know — I don’t know, selfish and overly emotional and silly and frivolous and annoying and young,” said Stewart. “That’s sort of like a very judgmental way of looking at it.”

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~ by Twilighters Central on October 18, 2010.

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