UPDATE: The full deleted scene is now available at Entertainment Weekly, and the dialogue for the clip below has been reentered with the full exchange.
Last night, ET Online debuted the first official video sneak peek at some of those eight minutes of new footage coming in with the The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 extended edition, and guess what? The vid contained some never-before-scene snippets of Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson)'s little honeymoon. Only, it might not be the exact thing you're hoping for - ahem, all that ratings-troublesome "thrusting."
The scene contained features a "morning after" moment between the newlyweds, wherein the gal has come to realize there are certain benefits to being a human bride. He, meanwhile, is quite enthused by the prospect that she's enjoying her humanity for a little while.
Bella: Pillow survived ...
Edward: Practice makes perfect, right?
Bella: Told you ... That smells amazing. I'm starving.
Edward: Can I ask how many eggs you've gone through since we've been here?
Bella: This island must be messing with my appetite or something. I'm gonna get fat here.
Edward: You can eat as many eggs as you like. Pretty soon, you won't want them anymore. Or cheeseburgers. Or chocolate. Or ice cream.
Bella: Well, maybe it doesn't have to be so soon.
Edward: What, you'd wait? Look, I can't understand you at all.
Bella: Look, I did not know how good being a human could be.
Edward: So, sex was the key after all. If I'd have known that, I could've saved myself a lot of arguments.
Bella: Yeah, you probably could have.
Edward: Just hold that thought.
More deleted or extended scenes were also hinted at in the first trailer for the extended edition, and thanks to international distribution information, a list of scenes expected to appear on the discs has also been released.
What do you think of the new clip? Does it make you more excited about the Breaking Dawn - Part 1 extended edition release? Why or why not?
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1's extended edition will be released on Saturday, March 2. The release formats are already available for pre-ordering at this time.