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Kristen Stewart Pregnancy 2010

October 20, 2011 by staff 

Kristen Stewart Pregnancy 2010Kristen Stewart Pregnancy 2010, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner shed some light on the finer nuances plot of “Breaking Dawn, Part 1″, including the secret detention of about marrying Bella vampire lover Edward Cullen.

Cast members said in an interview with “Entertainment Tonight” as part of promoting the upcoming movie, which hits theaters next month.

“Bella is absolutely sure you want to spend forever with Edward, but there is something about marriage that are concerned about,” says Kristen.

“It’s the way he was raised,” he adds.

The arrest is a test just before the wedding, Kristen reveals. “There are some looks that are unclear Edward for her,” she says.

The pair of human vampires also have mixed feelings about the baby. Bella and Edward really wants is terrified of him. And with good reason.

Half vampire, half human baby nearly cost the lives of Bella and takes her to become a vampire itself.

Rob talks about the relationship between Edward and Jacob, and how that can never be fully complete. Neither really wants a friendship she says.

At the end are forced to live together and bond over time, because they both want the same for Bella.

Taylor tells how Jacob changes being jealous, still brash and Bella in the beginning of the film to someone who matures throughout the film.

The film opens with the happiness of a wedding of Bella and Edward. But it is interrupted by a series of betrayals and misfortunes.

Their night of passion in their honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro takes Bella’s pregnancy and childbirth almost fatal.

Edward finally forced to fulfill her desire to become immortal.

But daughter, Renesmee, faces and their allies Cullens against the Volturi feared, leading to a battle without quarter.

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