'Breaking Dawn' Wedding Scene Will Be Shot In April

The pivotal 'Twilight Saga' scene will reportedly shoot next month in Vancouver.

With only four weeks left of filming for "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part I," one of the key scenes left to be shot is the wedding scene between Edward and Bella. Now comes word that the scene will be shot during the first week of April in Vancouver.

The news was revealed by Gil Birmingham, who plays Billy Black, during a chat at a "Twilight Saga" fan convention in Nashville over the weekend, according to AceShowbiz.com. Filming for "Breaking Dawn" is scheduled to wrap in mid-April, making the wedding scene one of the last in the film's production. Late last week, the film's production was suspended when tsunami warnings threatened production on Vancouver Island.

MTV News had not received confirmation of the filming plans for the wedding scene as of press time.

The Bella-Edward honeymoon scenes were shot late last year in South America. Fans were excited when a photo of Edward and Bella in bed, which Robert Pattinson later laughed off, was released as a tease.

"It's always awkward, in a way, doing it with anybody," he admitted about getting cozy in bed with a co-star. "But at the same time ... it really depends on how it's staged and stuff. It's like doing Twister."

Kristen Stewart also spoke to MTV News last fall about the pressures of picking out just the right dress for that long-awaited wedding scene. "To be honest, it's such a big deal. It's such a big decision. I have a little hand in having a decision — or having an opinion more — but I think it's pretty much up to Stephenie," Stewart said, referring to "Twilight" saga author Stephenie Meyer. "I'm not quite sure exactly what it's going to look like, but it will be beautiful, I'm sure," she added.

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