Godfrey also says that Edward and Bella's sex scene won't be softcore porn, but instead "legitimate and important part of the movie, romantic and sensual." The second of the two movies is much more an action film than the first half, and the filmmakers will get around the bone-crunching horror of Bella's childbirth by only showing it from her perspective, which will help them avoid any R-rated horror.
Q: Where does the story split in half?
A: "We basically want to take the audience through the emotional part of Bella's journey as she becomes a vampire. The first part will cover the wedding, the honeymoon and the birth."
Q: The book has three segments, two of which present Bella's point of view and a middle that's devoted to the perspective of her rejected werewolf suitor, Jacob (Taylor Lautner). How is that handled?
A: "The story will break from her and follow Jacob throughout the course of the movie as he struggles with his own dilemma. There is a sense that as Bella and the Cullens (Edward's makeshift vampire clan) deal with her pregnancy, the world is still turning outside with Jacob."