'Breaking Dawn' Movie Rating Is a Huge Disappointment to Fans

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I've been patiently waiting for the most talked about wedding of the year. No, not the royal wedding ... and not that other royal wedding either. I'm talking about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's. Okay, so maybe just Edward Cullen and Bella Swan's in Breaking Dawn ... but it's practically the same thing.

But, honestly, I'm way more excited for the honeymoon night than the wedding -- as is practically every other fan. For months we've been anxiously waiting to hear what the movie's rating would be and whether we'd get to see the insanely anticipated sex scene between Edward and Bella. Finally, the movie rating is in, and once and for all, those R-rated vs. PG-13 rumors have been confirmed. Do you want to bet what it is?


RPatts himself told Entertainment Weekly of the upcoming movie:

For a big, mainstream movie, it's the most obscure storyline and really outside the box. I just can't see how it's going to be PG-13 ... unless they cut everything out.

But don't get too excited just yet. Turns out Rob doesn't have much of a say with the rating, because it's actually hitting theaters as a PG-13 movie after all. You know what PG-13 gets you? Disturbing images, sexuality, and partial nudity. Yawn. Thanks a lot for the tease, Rob.

This is an outrage! Am I alone in thinking this is ridiculous? I've sat through three movies with sexual tension that you can cut with a knife. Not to mention, the incredibly private real life "Rob-sten" relationship doesn't help. Give us something, people!

While I'm well aware that these movies were originally aimed toward the "tween" audience, I think the times have changed. Robert has become a sex symbol and now women of all ages are Twi-hards. I say the people over at Summit Entertainment suck it up and release a rated R version of the film. Isn't that what everyone really wants to see anyway?

Are you upset that you won't get to see the sexy love scene between Edward and Bella?

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