Tornado wrote:Edward certainly got angry with her at other times in the books. Considering how sick she was from the pregnancy it does seem likely he wouldn't have done it much at all, especially once he realised stress upset her, but how did he come to that realisation? He may well have yelled when he first realised she wanted to keep the baby, but we didn't see because Jake wasn't around for it.
That was one of the things I hated about the POV change in the books. All these moments that seemed important regarding the pregnancy, IMO, weren't seen because Jacob wasn't involved in the scene. I was more curious as the what Leah said to Bella after Jacob ran out when Edward realized the baby never meant to hurt Bella over Jacob attempting to imprint.
I haven't bothered watching the trailer recently, partly because I'm still irked over Summit's marketing team thinking that showing Edward telling Bella she doesn't know what she's doing and her telling to accept what is, and then showing Jacob saying to get to her, they'd have to kill him, was a brilliant idea. Just based on past marketing, one could honestly and easily assume that the "her" Jacob was talking about is Bella because they aren't paying attention to the littlest details like I did when I watched the trailer. And TBH, I shouldn't have to see go looking for the finer details to see who Jacob is talking about.
Honestly, I was sitting on the fence about seeing the movie because I don't like the book (there are other words I'd like to use to describe the last book but they're not exactly family friendly), and watching the latest trailer released with the scene I mentioned about about having to go through Jacob to get to her and some of the other marketing has put me over the edge and has made me decide not to see the movie in theater. I'm a firm believer that a marketing campaign can make or break a movie. I have no doubt that the last two movies will make their fair share of money, but the marketing tools Summit uses, especially the trailers, have been a complete turn off for me the last two movies. I saw TW in theaters twice b/c I bought into the marketing, and went see NM once in theaters b/c of the trailers, and I gladly bought both of those on DVD for twenty bucks each. But the stuff Summit had done for EC turned me off from wanting to see it in theaters and buy the dvd for normal pricing, and they seem to have done the same thing for BD part 1.