I wasn't going to post anything today.
It is a holiday, after all.
The last big shindig of the summer.
BUT this morning as I was thinking about Labor Day...
and reading through tweets and different things
people were saying, it got me to thinking about
THE LABOR DAY.
You know the one.
The day that Bella gives birth to her
and Edward's love child...
the day a 16 year old shape shifter
IMPRINTS on a baby.
In all of it's weirdness,
if done right,
it's going to be a glorious moment for Twihards.
I've thought about that day a lot.
What will Bella look like as she's lying there on that table in the make-shift Cullen General Hospital?
What will Edward look like as he is near his breaking point...watching Bella die on that table?
(I'm sure he'll still look WAY hott.)
How will they do the birth scene and keep it PG-13?
I know Melissa knows that we,
want and need that scene to be
as close to the book as possible.
She must keep the integrity of the moment.
No cheesing it up or dumbing it down.
It's gotta be legit.
Recently, there were some statements released by Summit, where Melissa said that they are, in fact, working on this scene in the script writing process and they are addressing all of the particulars.
She tells E! Online that she and director Bill Condonhave been doing rewrites of the scripts for the two movies. "We're working on it," she says of the birth scene. "And we're working on it to be as intense as it is in the book."
That statement gives me hope.
What are your thoughts on the labor/birth scene?
I'll leave you with some of my favorite spoofs and fan-made videos of Breaking Dawn and THE Labor Day.
Happy Labor Day!!