Bella gives birth to the baby with the dumb name. She
dies. As in she’s done with her human form and the vampire juice starts working
but on the outside she looks like a corpse. Everyone is sad. Jacob is sad. He
goes off and spends some sad time on his own. Then he comes back because he has
to kill the thing with the stupid name. As soon as he lays eyes on her, the
rest of the world disappears. It’s a tunnel linking them together. And he sees
her grow, he sees her future – she’s 2, 4, she’s 6, she’s 10, she’s a teenager,
and then she’s a woman, and this is when he knows he’s in love. It actually
reads very well and not as lame and creepy as it does in the book; a very
strong scene, if allowed to unravel the way it does on the page.
While all this is happening, Edward is inconsolable over
Bella. Then he hears Jacob’s thoughts, realises Jacob has, um, imprinted on his
newborn daughter. So they throw down and Edward wails on Jacob and Jacob has to
eat it because he’s all weak and fragile from the imprint process.
Then the vampire juices start working inside Bella. Move
into her consciousness, excruciating pain, internal turmoil, then move out,
quick transition, to her eyes, they open, RED. End. Credits. Then after the
credits there’s a scene with the Volturi and Aro finding out that she was
turned and then he’s all like – I want that b****. Real end part 1.
Lautner has yet to shoot these scenes as right now this
week in Louisiana, only Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are required. They
are filming honeymoon interiors. He’s feeling badly about her bruises, and
she’s locked in the bathroom, then he realises she’s sick, and then they both
realise she’s pregnant.
More details to come about the second part and production