Watch this 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' deleted scene revealing creepy Renesmee animatronic baby doll

By Jon Niles | Nov 05, 2013 02:18 PM EST
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Thanks to the release of the Twilight Forever blu-ray box set, some great bonus material from The Twilight Saga is now available for viewing. These features include features like bonus clips and deleted scenes. One deleted scene however stands out among the rest thanks to a creepy looking animatronic doll that was used in Breaking Dawn - Part 2 for some Renesmee (the super vampire daughter of Bella and Edward) scenes before the production team decided to just use a CGI baby instead. Though the CGI seemed like an odd choice, perhaps this clip will allow viewers to let that decision slide considering what could have been used!

Director Bill Condon cut this scene and deemed the doll "Chuckesmee," mixing the character's name with the infamous doll from Chucky. Not too original, but definitely very fitting!

"Chuckesmee was a giant misfire on all fronts," the director explained to EW earlier this year. "Truly, it was one of the most grotesque things I've ever seen. It was a horror show! There was one shot where I call, 'Cut!' and suddenly she turns her head and mechanically stares right into the camera. It was incredibly disturbing."

Luckily for Twilight Saga fans, this new blu-ray box set has brought this creepy doll back to life in some ways. Check out this strange animatronic Renesmee doll interacting with actress Nikki Reed right here:

How freaked out were you while watching this footage? Are you glad it didn't make it into the movie? Clearly Nikki Reed is happy it didn't!

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