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But it’s just an illustration! Drats! You didn’t think Summit Entertainment was going to give that image away just yet, did you? Obviously by now we all know what’s coming in the The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1. Yes, Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella (Kristen Stewart) get married, and when people get married they traditionally wear a wedding dress.
EW now has an exclusive look at what Bella looks like in her dress. Thing is, it’s only in illustration form at the moment since the images in question come from Stephenie Meyer’s new book, The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide.
What’s interesting here are the subtle differences between Meyer’s idea of what Bella looks like versus Kristen Stewart’s interpretation. In these images (especially the one where Bella looks right at us), she comes off as dry, blank and almost zombie-like. K-Stew, however, plays Bella with a bit more insecurity behind the eyes (and her hair ain’t that long either).
Sure, the two look very similar, and I’m curious to see if Bella looks a lot more like the girl in the picture (both physically and emotionally) once the film arrives in theaters this November.
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