One thing the Twilight films are known for are some of their shots where two characters are looking longingly at one another.
In this super-cut of all five films, we see every. Single. Stare.
Edward and Bella. Jacob and Bella. Jacob and Edward. Renesmee and Bella. It’s all here. The creator says that these shots are in chronological order and have not been altered in any way. There’s a total of 26 minutes of footage within the super-cut.
You’ll see every single stare from Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn – Part 1, and Breaking Dawn – Part 2. In one regard, this video is a cool way to consume the overarching plotline between the lead characters. There are happy stares, confused stares, sad stares, angry stares, and countless others.
If you watch the whole video, you’ll notice that at the end of the stares in each film they offer up a total running time for staring in each movie.
If you’d prefer your films with dialogue, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 hits DVD and Blu-ray this Saturday, March 2. An Extended Edition of Breaking Dawn – Part 1 will also be released and includes seven minutes of never-before-seen footage (including the classic dog bowl scene between Jacob and Rosalie). We’ll have a review of both home releases later today. Target has an exclusive edition of Breaking Dawn – Part 2 which boasts an additional 50 minutes of exclusive footage not seen anywhere else.
A complete Twilight box set is also arriving this Saturday, exclusively at Best Buy.
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