If you are not one of the incredibly lucky fans attending The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn premiere tonight, you can still watch the action live as it happens. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 premieres tonight in Los Angeles. The latest installment in the Twilight film series hits theaters nationwide on Friday at midnight. If you can’t be there in person, you can tune in to The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn premiere live streams video to get your fix on.

More than 1,400 Twilight fans have been camping out near the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles for the Breaking Dawn premiere, hoping to catch a glimpse of the film’s hot young stars. Author Stephanie Meyer is astounded by the dedication of the film fans. “There’s not much I would sleep out on the street for,” she told USA Today.

This Twilight premiere has fans salivating for three of the most pivotal and intense scenes from the book series to be translated into film. In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1, fans will finally see Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella (Kristin Stewart) get married, have sex during their honeymoon and bear witness to Bella giving birth to her half-vampire baby spawn.

Fans will, however, not get quite as much out of the Edward and Bella sex scene as was originally shot. Apparently Robert Pattinson got a little too ‘involved’ in his “thrusting” and the film almost ended up with an R rating. So Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon had to cut the hot rating of the sex scene down a bit to avoid getting an R rating slap down. Because, of course, Twilight is all about getting the teens in the theater!

Fear not, fans of blood and gore though. Apparently the MPAA ratings board didn’t go for the sex scene “thrusting” but didn’t care a bit about Bella’s bloody birthing scene. So that will be full on gross and nasty for everyone to enjoy.

Most of us will have to wait until Friday to enjoy the Breaking Dawn premiere. Meanwhile, however, Twilight fans can tune in to the Breaking Dawn premiere live stream videos below and get a glimpse of the action at the Los Angeles premiere. The streams won’t go live until tonight, so bookmark the page and keep checking back for it to launch!

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