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Will ‘Breaking Dawn’ be from Jacob’s point of view aswell?

We all know in Breaking Dawn that part one is cut off when Bella (Kirsten Stewart) calls Rosalie (Nikki Reed) asking for help once she knows she’s pregnant, and part two of Breaking Dawn is from Jacob’s (Taylor Launter)  point of view, which continues the story. But when it comes to the film, which has officially been announced to be in two parts, both directed by Bill Condon, will the story continue from Jacob’s point of view – or will we get to see Bella during the pregnancy?

This has puzzled me for a long time, but which do you think would be better? From Bella’s perceptive we would get to see alot more Edward (Robert Pattinson) and the Cullen family – including the growing Renesmee – as she goes through a painful pregnancy, breaking a few ribs and even a spine.

However, from Jacob Black’s point of view wouldn’t we get to see more of the wolves? This would include Jacob’s pack, Seth (Boo Boo Stewart) and Leah Clearwater (Julia Jones), and Sam (Chaske Spencer) planning an attack on the Cullen’s when the growing fetus is pronounced a threat towards their family and friends.

Do you think Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon will consider the idea of the story being told from Jacob’s point of view? What would you make of it? I guess it would all depend of whether you’re team vampire or team wolf?

From the start of the franchise when Catherine Hardwicke directed Twilight, to Chris Weitz with New Moon and upcoming Eclipse directed by David Slade, will Bill Condon carry on the tradition of following the story from Bella Swan’s point of view, or will we get a look into the life of the wolf pack with its growing members.

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