Excerpts from Sudbury Star Article (read full article here)
"There's actually a lot more to work with. The second movie is much more quaint. The first one was about ultimate love and abandon, and that was good, but it's kind of one-note. This one's a different story."
"A lot more is introduced. The whole world of the werewolves is coming alive," Stewart says. "Edward leaves her, which is interesting since the whole first movie is based on their devotion to each other. So to see them cope without each other and to see this character, Jacob, who is supposed to represent light and warmth, pull her out of a rut ... it's really tragic. I can't wait to see Taylor's face when I tell him, 'It's him, it's always been him.' "
"Over the course of these four movies Bella has to become a formidable partner because -- I'm not ruining it for anyone -- they end up together. In the first one, he's very much a man and she's very much a child, so she has to become a formidable partner. We're working on that."
Article by Kevin Williamson
Photo Credit - Wenn.com
(Sundance Film Festival)