Monday, September 26, 2011
Hey, hey, hey, it is finally official. Twilight: Breaking Dawn is not rated R. Okay, so the majority of us Twihards saw this coming. Summit and Stephenie Meyer, the author of the addictive paranormal romance books herself, didn’t want any part of her audience to be excluded from viewing the last cinematic chapter of Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward’s (Robert Pattinson) epic romance.
An R-rating would have made it more difficult for younger fans of the young adult series to catch viewings of the finished film, which is divided into two parts, and for which part one’s release is scheduled this coming November. Part two of Breaking Dawn follows in November of 2012.
The official MPAA rating is “PG-13,” just as it was for the previous three Twilight movies, according to ComingSoon.net. What does that rating suggest? You can expect disturbing images, like a young woman pregnant with a monster baby. You can expect violence, like a pack of were wolves gearing up for all out war. There will be sexuality and partial nudity because, let’s face it, none of us can wait to check out Bella and Edward’s Honeymoon. Keep it right here on Boomtron for all the latest Twilight Saga news.