ALTHOUGH THE UNION OF BELLA AND EDWARD isn't exactly your usual til-death-do-us-part affair (this is a vampire saga, after all), Twilight
fans better be prepared to whip out a hanky while watching the duo get hitched in Breaking Dawn–Part I
. "That whole part of the book is something that I read thousands of times," Kristen Stewart
told ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
. "It was oddly emotional the first time I got to set and saw everything and everybody." And if a romantic wedding weren't enough, there are tons of other big moments packed into the film. A honeymoon, a volatile first night of matrimonial passion, a pregnancy and to top it off-the birth of Renesmee. "It's so different than everything else in the movie," Robert Pattinson
has said of the scene. "For a fantasy series that has a youngish audience, it goes quite far; it's quite hard-core." Given Bella and Edward's tumultuous history, the final chapter of their love story is primed to strike a deep chord. As Stewart said at Comic-Con, echoing the feelings of Twi
-hards everywhere, "I've been building up to these moments for the past four years. I was 17 when I started doing this movie-and this one really is loaded with those cathartic, impactful, huge life moments, and ... they're really very rooted in a reality that I can completely see myself in."