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Likely to help the lack of action seen towards the end of the Breaking Dawn book, Nikki Reed (who plays Rosalie) reveals details about a new battle scene we’ll see in Part 2.

Her comments came via a new interview conducted during the MTV Movie Awards last week:

“Well, you never know what’s going to end up in there. Let’s see … There was a pretty kick-ass battle sequence that I did with two of the other girls that I think should be pretty cool, if they leave it in there,” she said. “So I’m looking forward to that ’cause we trained for it for a while.”

She then gave just enough extra information to keep fans salivating until November when they take their last bite out of the franchise.

“[We did] a little fight training. It was me and Ashley [Greene] and Kristen [Stewart], and we did this like three girls back-to-back thing where we beat up some huge dudes,” she recalled. “That’s always fun.”

The Twilight Examiner reports that the fight is a “vision shared between ‘Alice’ (Ashley Greene) and ‘Aro’ (Michael Sheen), which will discourage the Volturi from fully attacking the Forks crew and friends due to the potential for wasted life.”

  • http://twitter.com/BlahJoe Joe

    Coming from a non-fan (I’ve read books and seen films, it’s ok), I hope there is action in Part 2  because otherwise it’s going to be extremely dull… and I hope the action is going to be decent for once, Eclipse wasn’t too bad but the effects in Breaking Dawn with the wolves and New Moon were awful, terribly cheap.

    • CliveRogan

       Totally agree.  There are a lot of things in the Twilight books that work on screen, but that finale is not one of them.  It’d be a huge buildup, one that’s been going on since the second book for the immense showdown between the Cullens and the Volturi, followed by ten minutes or so of watching dozens of people staring at each other in a field.

      While I do believe book adaptations should be fairly faithful to the books, they should always take liberties when it comes to things that can’t fully be portrayed on film, like Bella’s mental battle.

      • Ida

        Ah, the Bella’s magical love shield moment… I always forget that was actually a part of the story. I’m picturing Stewart doing her concentration face for that scene, which looks a lot like constipation in my head.

      • http://twitter.com/BlahJoe Joe

         Yeah you’re right, I think they should do a huge battle scene by having Alice wake up in the vision, and the whole morning is a battle and then the audience realise its a vision, that way it can be enjoyed by the audience by getting something ‘epic’! The end of Eclipse would probably suit BD Part 2 better than how it really ends haha (Edward vs. Victoria was awesome)

  • http://twitter.com/emilyecstasyTM Emily Bryan

    Compared to the book, I really hope to see some action. I hated that practically NOTHING happened at the end. If there was ONE thing I’d change in the whole book, it would be that. A build up to nothing :/

  • daisyduck

    Using Alice’s visions is actually a very clever way to get plenty of action in there without actually changing the ending altogether.  I like it!

  • http://www.facebook.com/peggy.ruiz1 Peggy Ruiz

    I’m pretty sure I’m alone on this, but I like the way the book ended. I liked that there was no physical battle. But I do admit that that wouldn’t translate well to screen. I hope that whatever they did doesn’t screw the point in the first place. BTW can’t wait till then!

    • http://twitter.com/Merina2 Merina

      I agree! I loved how the whole thing was mental, rather than physical. Bella against the Volturi powers in a very quiet, masked-away sort of play out, covered over by Aro’s sickly-sweet-enthusiastic-manners and Carlisle’s courtesy. I will look forward to the movie having this battle, though :)

  • http://twitter.com/Merina2 Merina

    Now comes the moment when I regret reading leaked spoilers over a year ago regarding this…

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