'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1' Gets Extended Edition With 8 Extra Minutes!

Once the credits rolled on "The Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn: Part 2," you probably thought that the heyday of the brooding, sparkly vampire was finally at an end...you fool. Don't you realize that Edward and Bella's story will never be over?! Never! YOU WILL PRY IT FROM OUR COLD, DEAD HANDS. And next up in our never-ending love affair with all things "Twilight": a just-announced new edition of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," releasing March 2 on DVD and Blu-ray, that contains a whopping eight additional minutes of never-before-seen footage from the film.

Director Bill Condon has promised both new and extended scenes, selected for their particular appeal to fans of the literary source material—which means that diehard "Twilight" fans should be getting super-psyched at the chance to see more (more! MOAR!!!) of their favorite bits from the book on the big screen. And while we're not exactly picky about what those eight precious minutes consist of, we've still got a little wishlist of scenes we're hoping to see get bigger and beefier in the extended cut. For instance:

The wedding

Considering how hard Alice worked to get all the details just right, it would be nice to see some extended footage of Edward and Bella's nuptials.

The bed-breaking honeymoon sex

A few extra minutes of Robert Pattinson shattering the headboard in the throes of vampire ecstasy? Yes, please!

The birth of Renesmee

Admittedly, we could barely watch Mr. Cullen biting his newborn child out of the womb the first time around...but for those with stronger stomachs, a beefed-up birth video could be just the ticket.

Charlie Swan's mustache

With eight whole minutes of previously-unseen footage, surely it can't be too much to hope that at least six of those minutes are lovingly dedicated to an extended closeup of Daddy Swan's divinely mustachioed upper lip.

What do you hope will be on the extended cut of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1"? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!