Published On: Wed, Jun 20th, 2012

New ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2′ Official Teaser Trailer Released (Video)

Five more months before the release date of the Breaking Dawn Part 2 on November 16, 2012 in theaters and yet another teaser trailer was released by Summit Entertainment for the last part of the Twilight Saga.

The new trailer video gave another glimpse of what’s about to happen on the last part of Breaking Dawn. Lasting 1 minute 18 seconds, the part 2 trailer of Breaking Dawn begins with Bella Swan, now a vampire, saying: “After 18 years of being utterly ordinary, I finally found I could shine. I was born to be a vampire.”

The scene with Edward Cullen holding Bella followed telling his newly fanged wife: “You’re so beautiful. We’re the same temperature now.”

Jacob is also surprised upon seeing Bella’s transformation, saying: “I didn’t expect you to seem so ... you.”

Then a scene with Irina of the Denali Coven opening the door approaching the Volturi followed saying: “I have to report a crime. The Cullens have done something terrible,” referring to the child Renesmee Cullen, believed to be an immortal child, which is against the law of the Volturi.

Breaking Dawn Part 2

Irina then successfully convinced the Volturi that Renesmee was indeed an immortal child. Knowing the impending battle between the Cullens and the Volturi, the Cullens started gathering allies in various covens to stand as witnesses and prove to the Volturi that Renesmee is not as what they perceived her to be.

In one of the final scenes of the trailer, Bella was caught saying to her daughter Renesmee: “I’m never going to let anything hurt you,”

Below is the video of the official teaser trailer of Breaking Dawn Part 2 recently released by Summit Entertainment:

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