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"I didn't want to die. Not this way. Not without someone I loved. But who cares? No-one care's about me. Well, hell to them. I'll montrer them.

I woke up, sweating. The room was to quiet, to cold. Death seemed to sing on the walls. I stood up unsure of what to do next. Of course Jacob, par then I was being tracked par a Vampire. Oh yes, I was scared and that night I went to visit my parents and well my human life ended" I finished écriture and paused. And then I wrote "You know the story from there" I sighed.

It was hard not to resist Jacob. Suddenly I éperlan a smell I knew to well. Jane. She was on...
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It’s time for another Breaking Dawn birthing scene update, Twi-hards. It sounds like the screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg may be making it just the way toi wanted it!


Melissa told E! News that she’s in Baton Rouge rewriting Breaking Dawn scripts with director Bill Condon.

A progress update is about as good as we can get for now!

“We’re working on it,” Melissa says of the much debated birthing scene. “And we’re working on it to be as intense as it is in the book.”


But there won’t be too much blood.

“I don’t think it’s about the amount of blood toi show,” she explained. “It’s about the intensity of it. It’s on their faces. It’s all from Bella’s point of view when you’re seeing what’s going on. It should feel visceral. I think it’s going to be pretty intense.”



So when does Melissa think the scripts will be done?

“It better damn well be before the beginning of November,” Melissa said, “because that’s when we start shooting.”