Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart returned as Edward and Bella in a sneak peek trailer of “Breaking Dawn, Part 2” last night, during DVD release parties for “Part 1.”
Avid fans were able to video a glimpse of the trailer, and they have gone viral on the Internet.
Summit Entertainment, now owned by Lionsgate, released the discs today (Feb. 11) at midnight to all retailers. Many used the occasion to host midnight release parties.
Breaking Dawn is packaged in a two-disc special edition DVD and a special edition Blu-ray. It was released more than a month earlier than previous “Twilight” movie sets, the studio said.
Check out the Breaking Dawn Special Features
Two-Disc DVD & Combo
• 6-part making-of documentary
• wedding video
• jacob’s destiny
• Edward and Jacob fast forward
• Audio commentary, Director Bill Condon
• Extended cut movie (Blu-Ray/DVD combo only)
“We thought the fans would love to spend Valentine’s Day watching Bella and Edward’s wedding and honeymoon. It’s really the most romantic of all the Saga films,” said T.J. Moffett, Summit’s EVP of Home Entertainment Marketing.
Breaking Dawn Box Office
Breaking Dawn has earned more than $280 million domestically at the box office. Worldwide the film has grossed $657 million, against a budget of $110 million, according to box office mojo.
The Two-Disc Special Edition DVD has a suggested retail price of $30.49, while the Single Disc Blu-ray is set at $33.99. Both editions are packed with bonus features, including fast forward features to your favorite Edward and Jacob scenes.
Other highlights include Bella and Edward’s Wedding Video; audio commentary with director Bill Condon, and a 6-part “Making Of” documentary that goes behind the scenes of the most talked about film of 2011.
The fourth in the “Twilight” series features Bella and Edward’s marriage, honeymoon and the birth of a child, who bring down unforeseen and shocking developments for Bella, Edward, the Cullen Clan and werewolf Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner).
The first full trailer will be released during showings of “The Hunger Games” in March. The second and final film in the series will be released in November. Check out a glimpse of the movie below.