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Edward and Bella Gaze Longingly at Each Other in New 'Breaking Dawn' Still

September 12, 2011 (2:41 am) GMT
Posing as the 'Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part' newlywed couple, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are seen closing the gap between them and reaching their hands to each other.

One more teaser for what's to come in "" has just arrived for Twihard's delight in a form of a new still. The picture depicts an image of Edward and Bella staring intensely into each other's eyes and giving one another a look full of yearning.

It looks like the picture shows one of those moments when the newlywed couple have a passionate honeymoon at Isle Esme. In it, the bronze-haired vampire has his hands on her shoulder and waist, while the mortal beauty holds his wrist and touches his neck.

In this highly anticipated film, Edward is played by , and Bella is portrayed by . The couple will take their romance to the next level, but their newfound married bliss is cut short when Bella finds out about her pregnancy, and suffers a great deal of pain. Also, the arrival of their daughter sets in motion a perilous chain of events that pits the Cullens and their allies against the fearsome council of vampire leaders.

The last chapter in the "" series, "Breaking Dawn" is split into two parts. "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" will hit U.S. theaters on November 18, while "" is set for November 16, 2012 release.

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