ForJazz926 wrote:older_twilight_fan wrote:when Edward returned early from hunting and Bella woke up to find herself sleeping in Edward's bed. If they film that scene with roughly the same dialogue from the book, it has the potential to translate to one of the hottest scenes in the movie. And if Rob curls his hand around Kristen's calf to pull her leg up and hitch it around his hip...oh. my. god.
DUDE. You took the thoughts right out of my head. I read that one over and over again. Page 186, baby - and I don't even have my book with me. I'm at work. That hip thing, holy crap. And rolling on top of her? OMGSLielas;gheaowei;l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
older_twilight_fan wrote: And if Rob curls his hand around Kristen's calf to pull her leg up and hitch it around his hip...oh. my. god.
Edward_Addict wrote:Allie, yes hearing him call his hands feminine is hilarious because aren't we all totally ga ga for those hands? I know I am!
Ok so this crying talk has me wondering... did anyone actually cry during the Twilight movie? I can't remember if I did, I've seen it so many times. I know I got superly major excited, but I don't think any of the scenes made me emotional enough to cry. In the book I know I got teary eyed when Edward finds Bella all beaten up by James. But that part in the movie didn't have as much sentimental emotion for me, what with Edward too busy fighting James that he didn't beg Bella to hold on and all that like in the book.
Anyhoo, yes I know I am going to be a complete and utter mess when I see New Moon (did you guys imagine hearing "complete and utter" in Rob's voice? cuz I totally did...)
Oh goodness, the scene where Edward leaves Bella in the woods, every time she hears his voice during a hallucination, hearing that he's going to Italy to die, Bella and Edward reunited, the plane ride home, the next morning when he spills his heart to her... oh goodness, they better do all those scenes justice!
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