‘Breaking Dawn’ Screenwriter Had A ‘Ton Of Fun’ With Vampire Bella

Two scarlet-hued irises were the only proof we needed that Edward’s venom did the trick; Bella Swan is now a bloodsucker. The lingering close-up was a fitting conclusion to “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1,” leaving us practically bloodthirsty for the follow-up due next November. And we’re obviously not the only ones curious to see how Kristen Stewart will handle Bella’s vampiric mannerisms. When we caught up screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg, she dished that writing for the newborn vamp was as enjoyable as you’d expect and she can’t wait to see how it translates to the big screen.

“That was a lot of fun,” Melissa said. “Writing for vampire Bella—she leaves behind her fidgeting and her stuttering and her quirky awkwardness. So you write to that. She’s so much more precise and still. I can’t wait to see her embody that.”

We can’t either! And here at Hollywood Crush, we’ve already pinned down which of vampire Bella’s moments we’re anticipating most. Namely, the scene in which Mrs. Cullen tries out her new-found vampire charm on Seattle lawyer J. Jenks. It’s about time a poised and purposeful Bella come into her own!

Which vampire Bella moment are you most excited for? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!