'Breaking Dawn' Birth Scene Will Be as 'Intense' as Book
The scene where Bella Swan gives birth to Renesmee is perhaps the most infamous scene in Breaking Dawn. And as production for the big-screen adaptation draws closer, it's also been one of the most hotly contested: Will it be gory enough? Too gory? In 3D? Will it even be included at all?
Luckily, with the clock ticking, screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg and director Bill Condon appear to be reaching an accord on the matter: Yes, it will be "intense." But "intense" doesn't necessarily translate to "graphic."
Rosenberg tells E! Online that she's been meeting with Condon in Baton Rouge, Louisiana—where BD will be filming—to work on script rewrites and reveals,
"[W]e're working on it to be as intense as it is in the book...I don't think it's about the amount of blood you show. 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. It should feel visceral. I think it's going to be pretty intense."
Given that Breaking Dawn begins lensing in November, Rosenberg and Condon better figure things out in a hurry.
Which would you prefer for Breaking Dawn's birthing scene: Graphic and gory, or somewhat tasteful and implied? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
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