Breaking Dawn - Part 2

Lines are already forming, excitement is brewing and many others are just happy the final installment of the widely-successful Twilight series is opening in theaters on Friday, Nov. 16.

“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2,” will be the fifth of the series.

From the Team Edward vs. the Team Jacob debate, to questions surrounding how it will all end, early reviews say the final installment embraces its absurdity and goes well over-the-top.

Part 2 picks up right where they left off in “Breaking Dawn: Part 1. According to some of the early reviews, No longer torn between two amorous, animalistic suitors, Bella (Kristen Stewart) has married vampire Edward (Robert Pattinson), produced his hybrid spawn and been turned into one of the undead herself to avoid actual death during childbirth. Now she gets to enjoy all the perks of living forever -- unstoppable strength and speed, the thrill of hunting for fresh blood and a seemingly unlimited sex drive.

Jacob (Taylor Lautner), the childhood friend and werewolf who was competing for Bella throughout the series, now appears to be moving on to Bella’s daughter, where he is the protector and lover for life. I think creepy comes to mind more than once.

However, here is one spoiler alert for crazed fans – it appears Laughner goes beyond taking just his shirt off, which he has become so famous for in the first four movies. In “Breaking Dawn: Part 2," Lautner will be stripping down to his underwear.

The final installment of the Twilight series appears to be living up to all the hype, we’ll see Monday if the Box office numbers show the results they are hoping for.

The PG-13 movie runs 1 hour, 55 minutes, and is directed by Bill Condon, and written by Melissa Rosenberg and Stephenie Meyer

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