Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Breaking Dawn, Book Cover

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Now that Eclipse is off and dominating, we don't think it's too soon to start chatting about the next installment in the Twilight franchise: Breaking Dawn.

Producer Wyck Godfry, who had quite the slip of the tongue lately (no complaints here!) recently confirmed the two-part film will be shot in Louisiana as well as back up in Vancouver.

But let's get to the good stuff shall we? Like what movie rating Melissa Rosenberg foresees for Breaking Dawn, which will be her last Twilight screenplay:

"It will be sexier," Melissa recently told us, noting she's aware of fans' petitions to make the two flicks R-rated thanks to a certain feathers flying Edward and Bella sex scene.

"I think we can get awfully sexy with a PG-13," Rosenberg said nodding her head. "I'm not worried about the rating. I know a lot of fans are like, 'We have to go R to do it justice,' but I don't think so. I think it's going to be pretty hot. Way hot!"

As for Melissa's future post-B.D., she's ready to hang her fangs up.

"It's really up to Stephenie [Meyer]," Rosenberg said when we asked if she would bring the inevitable Bree Tanner spinoffs to the big screen. With five screenplays under her belt, it's clear Rosenberg is Meyer's go-to gal, but it's time to move on.

"If she wants to tell more stories I, as a reader, am hungry for them. I am probably done adapting," M.R. dished. "It's probably time for me to do something else, but never say never. Adapting Stephenie Meyer is a hell of a life. it's been wonderful."

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