'The Twilight Saga' Teases 10 Seconds of 'Breaking Dawn' (and We Have It for You)

Sean OConnell

Think of this, Twilight fans, as the appetizer that arrives before the full meal. 

As you already know, Wednesday, June 20, is Edward Cullen’s 111th birthday. In celebration, Summit Entertainment plans to release a full teaser trailer for the highly-anticipated The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.
 
But because in this day and age, movie fans require a teaser BEFORE the teaser, the studio was gracious enough to share a 10-second bite (pun intended) of the full trailer that you’ll finally be able to see tomorrow. Sink your Twilight teeth into this:
 

The focus of the new clip – and on the movie, in general – falls on Renesmee, vampire child of Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson). The Volturi obviously will have to weigh in on the child’s existence, and based on Bella’s reaction in this ever-so-brief clip, things are going to get hairy. And no, that’s not a joke made at Jacob’s expense. 
 
Remember, though, this is but a tease. The full Breaking Dawn trailer arrives online Wednesday morning, and we'll have it right here on Freshly Popped. Then, the next and final chapter in the Twilight saga finally reaches theatres on Nov. 16, with Bill Condon directing. We know the clip is short, but tell us: What did you think?
 

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