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Stephenie Meyer revealed that the Twilight saga might not end with Breaking Dawn. (Source)

Some unhappy fans contemplated launching a Breaking Dawn book burning! (Source)

Meyer thinks that there could be some major difficulties with making Breaking Dawn into a movie. Namely, how does Renesmee translate to the big screen: CGI or exceptionally talented toddler? (Source)

Forever Dawn, the original sequel to Twilight, was the precursor to Breaking Dawn. That section of the series will never be published, just in case you were wondering how you could've missed that one. (Source)

Meyer wrote the first version of Breaking Dawn entirely from Bella's perspective. (Source)

One of the reasons Meyer ended Bella's story with Breaking Dawn (instead of continuing her story into another book) is because she thought that Bella would lose her relatability for fans, especially as a vampire. (Source)

Robert Pattinson, a.k.a. dashing Edward Cullen in the movies, said that he will retire from acting after fulfilling his commitment to the Twilight movie saga. We're a bit skeptical. (Source)

The Twilight series spawned a very popular website for Twilight fan fiction. (Source)

Melissa Rosenberg, screenwriter of the Twilight series, defended Breaking Dawn in the face of some bad fan reception. (Source)

As with Eclipse, Meyer was accused of plagiarism with Breaking Dawn. (Source)

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