Everybody have their own opinion and this is one of Twilight Fans reaction, option and blog to New Moon's unstoppable leak of information's.
Since last December, when the release date of The Twilight Saga: New Moon was announced, a ginormous circle has been marked around November 20, 2009. For a whole year, teasers in the form of stills, video previews, and interviews have been feeding my excitement for the highly anticipated release of the Twilight sequel. As the release date gets closer and closer, more and more information is leaking, leaving me inundated with clips, snippets, and sound bites from all over the movie! Although my curiosity demands I entertain these teasers, at some point, is it possible it may ruin the overall movie experience?
At the 2009 MTV Movie Awards, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner presented the first ever seen clip of New Moon and fans went nutzo! Not only did we see a shirtless sexy Lautner, we also got a glimpse of his CGI transformation into a werewolf. For Twilight fans, that moment was momentous; it showed the progress that has been made from Twilight to New Moon, in large part due to the exceptional directing talents of Chris Weitz (and perhaps a larger budget), which only feeds the fan machine.
Since last May, interview clips, stills from the set, and more video teasers have given us the ability to piece together many parts of the film. We have seen the big transformation, the birthday scene, Edward leave Bella in the meadow, and we've seen the motorcycle scene. But that's not all; we have also seen Edward appearing to Bella, the cliff diving scene, and many clips of the Volturi. So I ask you, what is left that we haven't seen in New Moon? Seriously, what?!
Don't get me wrong, I am the first person to search to find new information on New Moon but that is because I can't help myself -- I am a hopeless fans that feeds on Twilight. Summit has trained me to know that every week or so they will dribble some sort of information my way to keep me satisfied and stop me from pulling a Bella in La Push. As fans, are we ruining the film experience that the cast and crew has worked so hard on, just because of our unquenching need for all things Twilight? Have we forgotten to appreciate the art of the film because we are so wrapped up in the stimulation of the hotness of Rob and Taylor?