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“Rob Pattz, uh…OMG…EEEEE!!”
Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner—along with New Moon director Chris Weitz—will all be appearing. There are rumors of exclusive New Moon footage, special Rob-recorded songs for the soundtrack, and we hope to hear about how Kristen tackled this way-dark chapter in Bella’s life.
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With Comic-Con only days away, Summit Entertainment and director Chris Weitz are preparing for New Moon madness, with a preliminary promotional sweep that could make or break the second film in the Twilight Saga.
Sunday’s Los Angeles Times wrote of their visit to the New Moon set today, where an interview with Weitz revealed what’s at stake (no pun) for the highly anticipated flick.
“The fear sometimes when you’re making a film is that you’ve gotten everybody all dressed up with nowhere to go. Certainly, there is the possibility that I can drop the ball,” Weitz said.
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The plan is to digitally insert Pattinson, who plays swoony good guy vampire Edward Cullen, into a scene that was filmed much earlier—one in which he appears as an apparition to his costar, Kristen Stewart, cautioning her headstrong character Bella Swan against hanging out with some unsavory-looking biker types. For the effect to work, Pattinson’s image will need to be dropped in at exactly the right position, so despite the cast and crew nearing the end of a very long early May day, perfectionism is still the standard.
It’s now July, and in only a few days, Weitz will face 6,000-plus screaming fans as he unveils some never-before-seen footage from “New Moon” at Comic-Con International in San Diego. At last year’s convention, months before “Twilight” was released,” the delighted squeals were nearly deafening.
The two sequences he’s readying for the event—one, an action scene that will feature some of those effects, the other, a love scene sure to elicit a certain amount of hysteria from the crowd—will be ready in time.
With so much on the line at Comic-Con, where word of mouth can often make or break a project, Weitz is feeling fairly confident that the reaction will be positive, especially considering that so many of the cast members will be on hand.
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