First 'Breaking Dawn: Part I' Posters Are Bad Romance Novel Covers

September 8, 2011
Source: Yahoo! Movies

Breaking Dawn: Part I

Most of our readers know that The Twilight Saga just isn't our cup of tea. Of course, we're well aware there are some of you who actually enjoy this supernatural romance series while others just soak in every single movie out there no matter how good or bad it might be. So when it comes to the adaptations of Stepahnie Meyer's best-selling novels, we usually only cover the really big stories to keep those readers satisfied. Thus, today we have two teaser posters for Breaking Dawn: Part I, the first half of the two-part finale. They look like grocery store romance novel covers, but at least there's a sparkly wedding ring.

Here's the first two official teaser posters for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part I via Yahoo:

Breaking Dawn: Part I - Edward and Bella Poster

Breaking Dawn: Part I - Jacob Poster

Oscar winner Bill Condon (of Gods and Monsters, Kinsey, Dreamgirls) will direct both new Breaking Dawn films in The Twilight Saga starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Michael Sheen, Anna Kendrick, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed, Maggie Grace, Jackson Rathbone, Lee Pace and many others. Based on the fourth novel in Stephenie Meyer's uber-popular Twilight series, this was adapted by screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg, with Wyck Godfrey, Karen Rosenfelt & Stephenie Meyer producing. Breaking Dawn will be split into two movies for release - the first arrives November 18th, the second November 16th, 2012.

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  • Anonymous
    At least this franchise is consistent in its shittiness.
  • Spider
    This flick is going to make MEGA-BUCKS!
  • ur_babys_daddy
    It has its place with teen girls and there are worse things to get into, but damn I can't till this series is over and done.
    • Staatz
      go to it with my wife who is a fan... wish they didn't split this last part into two...
  • Seriously!
    I know everyone has a right to an opinion , it's all good what a lot of people don't get is these movies are made for a certain group of people . You dont't have to watch them because it' s obvious they are not made for you .It's like kiddie movie they are for kids , these are for teens so no need to bash them , let them enjoy it . Really they are not that bad I've seen worse movies!!!
    • Anonymous
      These people just do it because they think it's cool. Little boys with little opinions...
    • Anti-Twilighter
      I have to disagree, the messages in the Twilight films are awful and especially because the target audience are young, impressionable girls.  New Moon = if you get dumped, try and hurt yourself to bring on a delusion of your ex, find another man to make you feel better, abandon all your friends, only picking them back up when it suits you.  Eclipse = it's okay to cheat on your partner if it's to stop a friend (you've been stringing along for years) leaving your life, it's okay if a man FORCES himself on you because he just loves you, obviously.  Breaking Dawn is the worst though for messages - JACOB FALLS IN LOVE WITH BELLAS BABY.  Nuff said.  
  • Well .. its not bad... Really
  • Super psyched, can't wait looks a big bag of awesome finger banging.
  • Froedrick
    Anyone else have the same reaction?...
    • hhv
      I don't understand why these movies are worse than crappy superhero movies like Green Lantern.. Oh wait, these are for girls/women, yuck!
  • midnight_meteor
    I'm a fan of the series and these posters are awful :-(
  • Craig
    I guess we should at least be thankful that they're wearing shirts this time around.
  • Worst posters for a Twilight film so far IMO
  • I have read the books, and every single time dissapointed when watching the movie, until I saw Breaking Dawn.




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