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First Official 'Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn' Image Is a Tease

November 26, 2010 (6:34 am) GMT
The first still from the first part of the last 'Twilight' movie installment only features a woman's hand holding white feathers.
First Official 'Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn' Image Is a Tease

Bill Condon is giving a reason for "" fans to be thankful on Thanksgiving after he shared a picture from "". The helmer posted the first official photo on the movie's official Twitter page, writing "Happy Thanksgiving and a crazy Black Friday to all of you and yours."

The all-white image features an outstretched hand grasping some feathers on top of a sheet. While not giving a look at the face of any character, the shot is possibly taken from Bella and Edward's honeymoon scene where she lies on her bed.

Earlier this month, and who portray the couple had been spotted filming some romantic scenes for the movie in Brazil. From there, the cast and crew would reportedly head to Louisiana before continuing the production in Mexico and Vancouver, Canada.

As reported before, "Breaking Dawn" will be split into two parts with the first one set for November 18, 2011 U.S. release and "" due November 16, 2012 in the U.S. Bill Condon is tapped to direct both movies, which will see the newfound married bliss of Bella and Edward cut short when a series of betrayals and misfortunes threatens to destroy their world.

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