Called too creepy, the animated "Twilight" doll, dubbed "Chuckesmee," was yanked from the final cut of the "Breaking Dawn Part 2" movie ahead of its release. Reportedly, the director replaced the animatronic version of Renesmee with a less "grotesque" CG doll, according to a Nov. 5 UPI pop culture report.
The creepy "Twilight" doll resembles Chucky (pictured here) from the '80s film, "Child's Play," which was based on a fictional murderous doll that inhabits a "good" doll and tries to transfer his evil soul to a young human boy's body.
As you can see from the clip above, Mackenzie Foy cast as the Cullen's baby was golden.
Prior to the Nov. 5 release of "Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga," the makers of the film and actress, Nikki Reed dish about an extra clip on the DVD/Blu-ray pack. In it, they discuss how the animated Renesmee doll was just too creepy for the "Twilight" final cut and was pulled.
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Chuckesmee, so named after Chucky and Bella and Edward Cullen's baby, was said to be the most "grotesque animatronic babies ever to not be seen on film," said "Breaking Dawn Part 2" producer, Wyck Godfrey.
Reed described the original baby as a "60-pound mechanical doll."
An on-set clip showed the striking and chilling similarities to the 1988 cult-classic character.
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