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Although rumors have been swirling since February, we still don't know if Breaking Dawn, the final installment of The Twilight Saga, will be filmed in 3-D. One thing we do know: a number of cast members are not enthused about the possibility of an Avatar-style makeover.
Oscar nominee (and iVillage best-dressed pick) Anna Kendrick expressed her ambivalence concerns to MTV News on Sunday's red carpet just before the Academy Awards, saying, "I'm still undecided about 3-D, personally. But obviously, they don't consult me personally about whether or not Breaking Dawn is going to be in 3-D." Meanhwile, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Kellan Lutz have all expressed stronger reservations about a 3-D Breaking Dawn.
(SPOILER ALERT) Stewart expressed concern that Bella's violent, dramatic birth scene would come off all wrong in 3-D -- not to mention her half-vampire baby. "You don't want Renesmee to be scary," Stewart said last month. "You don't want her to fly into your face." She added that if the movie got the 3-D treatment, it should just be "certain scenes."
Lutz sides with Stewart, saying last week that the movie's content is just not suitable for 3-D. "Avatar was amazing in 3-D and IMAX, but I don't think I wanna see a little baby half-vampire in 3-D. There's just some scenes I wouldn't want to see in 3-D."
As for Pattinson -- well, he's confused by the whole "3-D thing." "I haven't seen Avatar," the man who plays Edward Cullen said. "I remember 3-D movies form when I was a kid, and I can just picture it giving me a headache."
As for the fans, they're divided about whether a 3-D Breaking Dawn is the best or worst idea ever. (Just check out the mixed messages on Twitter.) The idea of a 3-D birth scene makes us a little queasy -- but then again, it might be worth it to see Taylor Lautner's abs in three dimensions! And let's not even get started on that Bella-Edward honeymoon scene...
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