Zimbio takes a look at some of the scenes in the Breaking Dawnbook that, if translated truthfully, would make for an R-rated film.
1. Breaking More Than Just DawnRead all of the scenes here.
In the Twilight films so far we’ve watched Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart do little more than play footsy while the sexual tension just builds and builds. After a total of more than six hours of nothing but playful hints of sexuality, the audience needs the honeymoon scene almost as much as Bella and Edward do. Of course if they did show it, it would be very controversial, and not just for Rob’s blindingly white naked torso.
In the book, Bella describes the aftermath of the couple’s first night together.
I stared at my naked body in the full-length mirror behind the door.Bella also woke up covered in down feathers because Edward “bit a pillow. Or two.” Of course the second time the two experience physical love there’s not so much bruising, but it would definitely take things to the next level to see Robert Pattinson do the damage described in Chapter Six. After realizing her night gown has been torn to tatters, Bella assesses the rest of the damage.
I’d definitely had worse. There was a faint shadow across one of my cheekbones, and my lips were a little swollen, but other than that, my face was fine. The rest of me was decorated with patches of blue and purple.”
Ch. 5, pg. 75
“Were there any other casualties?” I asked timidly.
“I’ll have to buy Esme a new bed frame,” he confessed, glancing over his shoulder. I followed his gaze and was shocked to see that large chunks of wood had apparently been gouged from the left side of the headboard.
Ch. 6, pg. 109