'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Director Bill Condon Talks 'Heart-Moving' Finale (VIDEO)

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Twi-hards, prepare for a whole new take on the Twilight series.

As the famed film franchise comes to an end, Breaking Dawn - Part 2's director Bill Condon promises one explosive finale to the vampire saga starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.

"It feels like a real movie as opposed to a Twilight movie," Condon, 57, told Celebuzz. "This one was more of a traditional, really heart-moving kind of tentpole movie."

"Getting inside Twilight, it's almost its own genre. Certainly, the first movie was like that," he explained. "It takes time to slow down for thing other movies don't. It becomes almost fetishitic."

Speaking of fetishes, lead actors Stewart, 22, and Pattinson, 26 -- who are also dating offscreen -- definitely didn't hold back during the love scenes between their characters, Bella and Edward respectively.

“The sex scene in this one is pretty ridiculous,” Pattinson told The Kyle & Jackie O show while promoting the film in Australia.

“It also can’t just be a normal sex scene,” he added, describing what it was like to shoot the scene with his real-life girlfriend.

“It’s supposed to be about, like, the greatest vampire sex you’ve ever had. So a lot of it was just closeups on me and Kristen’s faces, but there was no one else there.”

See more of our interview with the cast of Breaking Dawn - Part 2 below.

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