Kristen Stewart talks about ‘Eclipse’ trailer
I recently saw Kristen Stewart talking on E News about the Eclipse trailer and what she would like to see in it. I have searched the internet for the clip but couldn’t find it. Luckily though I have found the interview courtesy of ‘Twilight Examiner’
‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ – Summit Ent.
Just yesterday, it was announced that the first trailer for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse would be seen at the theatrical opening of Robert Pattinson‘s Remember Me (of course, this isn’t the only venue through which fans will be able to see the trailer – in fact, more details are expected to be released about other opportunities to view the trailer), and fans are eager to see what the trailer holds.
“There’s a really cool thing that happens on a cliff with Jacob that should definitely be in there . . . Battle stuff. I would say the [newborn vampires]. The newborns are going to look awesome.”
Stewart also talked to MTV about one of the more anticipated sequences in the film story, the proposal scene.
“I didn’t want to look stupid. I didn’t want it to look like kids getting married. You know what I mean?” “I wanted to be, like, ‘Oh! Wow! I would say yes too!’ You know what I mean? So I don’t know how you do that. You try to do it for real, and it felt good. I hope it turned out alright.”
After that, we had the “Meet Jacob Black” feature . . .
. . . and then the first, full trailer for the film.
Of course, after that, many TV spots and featurettes were issued, but these were the three that were featured as “trailers,” per se.
As you can see from these three, the amount of material presented in the teasers increased as time went on, but there is one big difference between New Moon and Eclipse (as far as trailer releases goes): timing.
When the first teaser for New Moon came out, New Moon had barely completed filming. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, on the other hand, will be near-to-complete altogether – at least, according to David Slade‘s latest updates about the cutting and adding he’s currently doing for Eclipse.
So, while the first New Moon trailer could hardly be expected to include footage seen in the third (well, first “full”) trailer (i.e., “the Volturi”), Eclipse can. So, it’ll be interesting to see what scenes are cut into the first trailer for the film.
In any case, fans won’t be waiting much longer for it – as the week of Remember Me draws nearer by the minute!
(Source: ‘Twilight Examiner’)