First 'Breaking Dawn' Image Soars Online

Breaking Dawn

Over the weekend, Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon decided to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving by unveiling the first image from the much-anticipated two-part Twilight finale via Twitter. Was it a shot of Bella and Edward embracing? Not exactly. Instead, the image shows a female arm spread across what looks like a white sheet as feathers dance across her skin, as well as the fabric. Sure, it's an odd image for those not familiar with Twilight, but you Twi-hards out there should know exactly what this image has to do with the overall story.

In Breaking Dawn, Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) finally decide to "do the deed" (so to speak), and it turns out to be such a freakishly passionate night (I mean, sex with a vampire – c'mon!) that the pillows burst, leaving feathers to pour out all over their undying love for one another. Not only is it one heckuva night to remember, but it also produces another little surprise that we'll simply let you figure out as part one's November 18, 2011 release date inches closer.
In the meantime, what do you all think of this first image? Is this Condon's way of telling us that he plans to go all-out when it comes to Breaking Dawn's more controversial scenes? How would you like to see these scenes played out on screen?
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