Stephenie Meyer recently spoke with MTV USA about Breaking Dawn Part 2 and some rumours surrounding it such as if there is an extra scene at the end of the movie, and if she would be happy for the Saga to continue beyond ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2‘…read on for the inside scoop!
It’s hard to believe, but the end of “The Twilight Saga” is very near. But don’t shed any tears. Author Stephenie Meyer sure isn’t, at least not yet.
“Breaking Dawn, Part 2″ opens November 16, and as MTV News prepares to sit down for the last round of interviews with cast (our “MTV First” with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner airs November 1 at 8 p.m. on MTV and MTV.com), the woman who started it all spoke with us about seeing the final film at last, whether the saga may in fact continue, and why she’s a little overwhelmed at the moment.
MTV: Hi, Stephenie! “Breaking Dawn: Part 2″ is almost here. Are you ready to take your victory lap?
Stephenie Meyer: [laughs] I don’t think the term “victory lap” has ever entered my mind. In sports terms it’s a hurdle. We’ve got one more hurdle to jump in this area and then I have to go on to different ones.
MTV: Have you taken any time yet to reflect on this being the end of the franchise?
Meyer: I’ve been carefully not thinking about it that way because I don’t want to be sad yet.
MTV: When did you see the final cut of the film?
Meyer: Monday [October 22]. It was the first time I’ve seen it with all of the effects in place. It had a lot of impact. Also, all the music was in, which really impacts the emotion of it.
MTV: Did you find yourself getting a little emotional while watching the end?
Meyer: Yeah. There’s no way not to [be emotional] with the end of this one. [Director] Bill [Condon] has a very good sense of how to really wring your emotions. He put the end together in such a way that I don’t think you cannot have a moment. I can only imagine the fans will really appreciate that moment of reflection.
MTV: Kellan Lutz recently said there’s a special bonus scene during the credits. What can you say about that?
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