PopSugar talked to Melissa Rosenberg about Breaking Dawn being two films, how gory it will be, responsibility to the fans, Stephenie Meyer and more.
PS: We’ve heard there are some scenes you want to avoid showing on screen in Breaking Dawn. For example, Bella giving birth. Can you tell us why?
MR: That was a misquote. The childbirth — all the scenes, I feel — should be on screen. I think perhaps what I was referring to was, would we actually see Edward’s teeth through the placenta? I don’t think so. I don’t think we need to see that, and if someone needs to see that, I think they should take a look at that. [Laughs.] I believe it will be implied, but I don’t think we’ll see teeth in the placenta.
PS: What responsibility do you feel toward the fans? Are they on your mind during the writing process?
MR: The responsibility I feel to the fans? Well, there’s one: making them happy, of course. I want people to enjoy the movie and not feel that I killed their favorite novel! But what I’ve realized is, you can’t satisfy all the people. But the real weight that I feel is a very heavy responsibility, knowing that a lot of women and young girls are seeing this, and watching to make sure that what’s portrayed in the film is that Bella’s a strong female role model. That the messages they’re getting are positive ones.
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