jacob-rox-my--sox wrote:id like to see a really good werewolf
theres so many ways they could go wrong there
and trying not to make the whole pack mind thing cheesy
mlola619 wrote:THe werewolf aspect will be difficult too...i've seen way too many cheesy movies where the werewolf looks ridiculous and retarded
I've worried about that a lot. If the wolves are poorly done, in appearance or how they interact, it will detract from the movie too much. Lots of pressure on special effects to get it right.
lollikezomg wrote:I think the book will translate well into the film.
I think so, too! Of all the books, New Moon might be the easiest to film. There are landmark scenes and plot elements, but it's largely an emotional journey. Bella loses Edward, finds Jacob, and then Edward comes back to her (and if they film this, I hope they keep some of those wonderful lines of Edward's: "The most absurd, ridiculous concept -- as if there were any way that I
could exist without needing you
!" "When I told you that I didn't want you, it was the very blackest kind of blasphemy." "Why can you believe the lie, but not the truth?" *sigh*), and Bella finally believes that he is hers. So long as they get the mood right, I think it'll be a powerful movie.
I'm interested to see how the Volturi are portrayed, but that's a given, since I'm practically on Team Volturi these days...