Michael Sheen has whetted fans' appetites about Breaking Dawn, saying they will not disappointed.
In the final fourth outing of The Twilight Saga, in which the British actor plays Volturi leader Aro, there is an epic vampire-against-vampire battle towards the end of Stephanie Meyer's best-seller.
"This is very amped up, yeah. I think we spent something like four or five weeks shooting that scene and it takes up a big chunk of the movie," he told MTV News.
"And it's got extraordinary things going on in it, so it certainly won't be anticlimactic," he added.
Peter Facinelli, who plays Carlisle Cullen, previously admitted he had been doing some intense scene work with "a lot of vampires."
"I don't want to give away too much, but if you've read the books, it's the stand-off with lots of vampires in play. There's like 70 people going through the works at once. It's a little maddening, but fun," he said.
Breaking Dawn: Part One, starring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, is set to be released in November, with the second part due in November 2012.