Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart Wedding

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Get ready to sob into your life-size Robert Pattinson pillows, Twi-hards! And we're talking tears of joy.

‘Cause it looks like Breaking Dawn might not be the last time Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and Edward Cullen (R.Pattz) get all vampy on the big screen. With Part 2 of the final flick debuting in November, it would seem that Robsten's box-office reign is over.

But that just might not be the case…

This morning Lionsgate co-chair Rob Friedman dished that if author Stephenie Meyer wants to write another Twilight installment, the studio—which recently bought Summit—will "be there to support her."

Well duh. It's only a billion-dollar cash cow! Any studio would be insane not to want to keep that kind of box-office mojo alive!

So what's the hitch?

Well the first one is Stephenie Meyer, of course. We've also always heard from Summit sources that any future flicks were riding on her. Without her, there isn't any Bella an Edward biz to film, right?

Well while out promoting B.D. Part 1, Meyer told us, "There's pieces of their stories written…who knows? I'm not going to say no. Right now, I really don't have much drive towards vampires."

Hmmm, wonder if she'll be changing her tune as B.D. Part 2 nears. We'll have to ask!

And the second thing: Would another Twilight film even feature Rob and K.Stew?!

Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon told us, "It's the end of the Edward-Bella love story, that's what [Stephenie] had said earlier. But there are so many characters that I'm sure—well I'm not sure, but I suspect—that she'll want to revisit at some point."

Double hmmm. Would you all even want to see a brooding installment centered around, say, Taylor Lautner? Jury's still out for us.

Whatever. Let's just focus on the impending movie at hand—Breaking Dawn Part 2—and, Twi-hards, it looks like you better start counting down to the Hunger Games, ‘cause that's when the mucho-coveted trailer will premiere!

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