‘Twilight: New Moon’ begins to rise

May 19, 2009 | 5:17 p.m.

Are you a sucker for vampires? Here’s the teaser poster for “Twilight: New Moon“…  

Twilight teaser

The sequel to “Twilight” hits theaters in November and finds Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) broken-hearted by the abrupt departure of her undead love, Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), and then drawn to the charismatic Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner). That puts Bella in the unsafe middle ground between two alluring souls who desire her heart as well between ancient enemies – werewolves and vampires.

Hmm. I’m guessing this movie will do well with the journal-keeping crowd.

– Geoff Boucher

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Poster photo credit: James White / Summit Entertainment. Lower photo: Robert Pattinson. Credit: Spencer Weiner / Los Angeles Times

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4 Responses to ‘Twilight: New Moon’ begins to rise

  1. Leah says:

    I can't wait till this movie comes out.

  2. Kelly Grand says:

    I can not wait until this movie comes out because my friends and I love the movie Twilight we just can not wait until the Twilight New Moon comes out cause when it comes out we are going to see the movie when the movie comes out on DVD we are going to get the movie on DVD when it comes out.

  3. Patricia Green says:

    This looks, sounds, IS amazing. I can't wait another minute.

  4. trista says:

    i want the movie breaking dawn to came out it want be good if it dont
    came out it will be sad and dont change the carits then it will be really bad
    my hole family likes twilight and if you stop and take it a way from a us then my life is over i cry bad cause edward is hot and bella is cool

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