Read Breaking Dawn? You might not be happy with the movie's ending

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May 21, 2015

When Hollywood does its own movie adaptation of a famous book, there's bound to be story tweaks here and there to try and make for a more satisfying movie. Sometimes they succeed, sometimes they fail. The same can be said of Breaking Dawn Part 2, whose ending's apparently been ... altered.

The very delicate subject of that ending has been brought up in EW's Fall Movie Preview issue with, as a bonus, a few pics from the film.

If you haven't read the book—and don't want any spoilers—we'll try our best to stay vague here so as not to ruin everyone's pleasure and/or experience of the highly anticipated conclusion to the vampire saga.

Suffice it to say that for the series' end, it would be understandable why they would make a few tweaks to the cinematic conclusion of the popular Twilight series.

About those changes, EW revealed:

Even devoted readers of Meyer's books are in for a pretty big shock in the final third of the film, when the plot strays from the last novel in a sequence dreamed up by Meyer and longtime screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg one night over dinner. ''When I first read the script, I got to that part and was like, 'What?' '' Pattinson says. ''And then I had to go back a page.'' Still, even those averse to change will be more than satisfied, and probably thrilled, by how the series ends. The actors certainly are. Says Pattinson, ''It does it a serious justice.''

What do you think those changes will be?

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 sparkles in theaters on Nov. 16, 2012.

(via Cinema Blend)

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