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Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist October 26, 2011 at 2:55AM

"If this beautiful, expensive home in Brazil is a rockin' with vampire/virgin sex, don't come a-knockin'." That will be the sign Edward puts on the door when he escapes to South America with Bella for their honeymoon in "Twilight: Breaking Dawn," and ever the gentleman, he's going to at least carry her across the threshold before sticking it in fangbanger style. Such a nice guy.
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"If this beautiful, expensive home in Brazil is a rockin' with vampire/virgin sex, don't come a-knockin'." That will be the sign Edward puts on the door when he escapes to South America with Bella for their honeymoon in "Twilight: Breaking Dawn," and ever the gentleman, he's going to at least carry her across the threshold before sticking it in fangbanger style. Such a nice guy.

Yes, the first part of the two-film finish to the weepy "Twilight" saga arrives next month, and this is just another taste to get mom and daughter fans everywhere all hot and bothered, as they've been sitting through three movies to see these two pale hotties finally get down. Directed, inexplicably, by Bill Condon, the film will center on the union of Edward and Bella and the subsequent arrival of their demon child. We're not sure what happens to the other characters in this movie, mostly because we don't care enough to try and find out.

Anyway, the celebration of love that is "Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" hits theaters on November 18th. In case you're just getting your feet wet with the franchise, you can endure the screams of the Twihards and catch the first three flicks which return to theaters for limited engagements next month. Clip, pics and assorted odds and sods below. [Digital Spy/Collider]











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