The latest New Moon wolfpack featurette is now online, and includes CGI clips, behind-the-scenes secrets, and short interviews with the cast and crew.
Director Chris Weitz says, "The world of the werewolves is also a world of amazing CGI", while wolfpack actors Taylor Lautner, Chaske Spencer, and Alex Meraz talk about the inner workings of the La Push wolves.
Check out the behind the scenes footage below — trust us, you don't want to miss Taylor Lautner suspended in mid-air, or Robert Pattinson throwing jealous-Edward-eyes in Jacob's direction. All's fair in fictional love triangles, right? Posted 10.30.09 by reelz
Entertainment Tonight premiered a new scene from New Moon yesterday, which was then made available on iTunes.
The clip shows the wolfpack, led by Sam Uley (Chaske Spencer), facing down Bella (Kristen Stewart) and later Jacob (Taylor Lautner). Bella slaps an angry Paul (Alex Meraz), who then transforms into a werewolf and goes after our heroine. Luckily for her, Team Jacob comes to the rescue and wolfs out, himself.
Fans that pay particular attention to this clip will notice that wolf Jacob looks more, well, wolf-like. Gone are the days of a Lassie clone, and in its place is a fierce, ragged werewolf. Check out the new scene below, and let us know your verdict in the comments. Posted 10.20.09 by reelz
Robert Pattinson may have just met his heartthrob match in the form of four toned, topless werewolves. Summit released the first New Moon promotional picture, which shows Alex Meraz (Paul), Chaske Spencer (Sam), Bronson Pelletier (Jared), and Kiowa Gordon (Embry) looking moody and decidedly non-canine. Note the tattoo they're all sporting, which looks like it could be the Quileute equivalent of a Cullen Crest.
Twilighters are the most excited they've been for months, which is proof enough that the fandom is as strong as ever. The much-anticipated sequel hits theaters on November 20th, with midnight openings inevitable. It's tipped to take more cash than predecessor Twilight, which has grossed just under $380 million dollars worldwide to date. Posted 04.22.09 by reelz