Excitement! Yet another noteworthy release date is just around the corner for Twilight fans, as The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 hits DVD shelves on February 10th. To build anticipation for the release (because it’s seriously lacking in anticipation), a behind-the-scenes clip from the DVD’s special features has been released. This isn’t just any behind-the-scenes featurette, as it takes fans on the set during the filming of the all-important wedding scene. Director Bill Condon describes his intention with the scene, and Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart make out. It’s good times all around.
Hit the jump to check out the clip. Breaking Dawn – Part 1 hits DVD shelves February 11th. As we previously reported, select Target stores will be hosting the world premiere of a scene from Breaking Dawn – Part 2 during the midnight DVD release.
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