Final ‘Twilight’ movie to be shortest in series

And 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' has been given a 12A rating by the BBFC for 'moderate fantasy violence'

The final Twilight movie will be the shortest in the popular vampire franchise.

On the British Board of Film Classification website, Breaking Dawn – Part 2 has a listed running time of 115 minutes. The first three films in the Twilight franchise all ran over the two-hour mark, while Breaking Dawn – Part 1 clocked in at 117 minutes.

As expected, Breaking Dawn – Part 1 has been awarded a 12A rating, with the BBFC noting that the film “contains moderate fantasy violence”. The final Twilight movie opens in cinemas on November 16 and you can watch the trailer at the bottom of this article.

Yesterday (October 29), Twilight star Robert Pattinson revealed that the film has a “very strange ending”, which is said to deviate from the original novel by Stephanie Meyer. Pattinson and co-star Kristen Stewart have just begun their worldwide press tour for the film and are set to appear together at the UK premiere on November 14.

Earlier this month (October 2012), it was reported that the makers of Twilight are already hatching plans for a film or TV spin-off. This would not feature Pattinson and Stewart, but “merely [be] set in the same world as the one in the movies”.