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Review by DiMarkco Chandler
The final edition of The Twilight Saga, “Breaking Dawn Part 2,″ will be released into U.S. movie theaters on November 16, 2012, and judging from the newly-released trailer, it is certain to break box office records. Billed as the final edition of a five series saga, sources suggest that that’s not an accurate statement. On January 13, 2012, The Vancouver Sun announced that Lions Gate Entertainment Co. purchased Summit Entertainment LLC for $412.5 million in cash and stock, uniting two of Hollywood’s largest independent studios. On January 16, 2012, National Post reported that Lions Gage’s chief executive Jon Feltheimer, will likely continue past the last book of the series. The decision seems quite logical, especially since interest in the series does not appear to have waned and in fact statistics indicate that the saga enjoys a growing audience that spans across a large demographic network.
It is possible that the producers will build upon the so-called final installment and build the series on Edward and Bella’s daughter Renesmee. The logic here seems quite palpable, especially since “Breaking Dawn Part 2″ is primarily about saving Renesmee from the wrath of Volturi, the ancient vampire council.
The finale appears to come down to a showdown between Edward’s family, with all the international vampires he can recruit and allied with Jacob’s pack of wolves, again the ruling vampire council.
No longer is the story about the love between Edward and Bella as it attempts to reflect good against evil. It’s an interesting theme, especially when vampires and werewolves are on the side of good.
With the special effects and action promising to be breathtaking, it will be difficult to wait until the movie opens up in theaters this fall, but what else can you do?
The only thing I can tell is don’t watch a low-grade substitute, especially if you don’t want to ruin the spectacular narrative and HD clarity that awaits you on opening day.