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Twilight “Breaking Dawn” movie poster disappoints

By Kim Palacios After one false alarm and a whole lot of hype, the Twilight franchise finally released the first official movie poster for “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part I”. But the poster was a disappointment to many fans hoping to get a glimpse at the newest interpretations of Bella and Edward, when the release failed to show a single character. Taking the name of the film literally, the only image shown is one of the sun approaching the horizon as the night’s darkness fades into day.

So, why are character photos so important to Twilight fans? Each film has seen a different director, and consequently a slightly different rendition of each character. For now, fans will have to rely upon several movie stills that have been released until the next poster makes it into the public.

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One Comment

  • May 28, 2011 | Permalink |

    I really don’t think it was that much of a disappointment. I mean, I knew that they were going to try to bump up the hype, and try and be exclusive and all, so it wasn’t much of a ”awe what!” when I saw the poster.

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