New Moon Cast: Movie is Like the Book on Acid

June 10, 2009 By:
New Moon Cast: Movie is Like the Book on Acid

The Twilight Saga: New Moon doesn’t hit theatres until November 20th, but there's already a lot of buzz surrounding the movie.

Twilight star Rob Pattinson even confesses the new movie looks "amazing!"

"From what I've seen from playback and stuff when I've been shooting it, it looks amazing. So I think ['New Moon'] should be [good]. I'm keeping it as a surprise from myself."

Judging from the photos of him kissing co-star Kristen Stewart, we're in for a wild ride! The on-screen couple caused quit a stir when they were photographed kissing on set in Montepulciano, Italy, on May 27. The red-hot scene features Bella and Edward reuniting "just moments before he sacrifices himself."

According to onlookers, the couple would continue to kiss even after the director called "cut." We don't blame Kristen, it would be hard for any girl to stop kissing Rob!

We still have to wait a few months to catch more of Kristen and Rob's on-screen chemistry, but in the meanwhile, here's some scoop from the film's stars on what we can expect from the upcoming thriller:

Michael Welch: “Well first of all it's going to look different. It's going to feel different and frankly I think it's going to be better. With Twilight we didn’t really know, I mean you could never really know, with New Moon we knew so we all came in with a level of focus and commitment to just pleasing the fans …cause if you can keep the fans happy you're going to be good. “

Christian Serratos:”I think everyone’s going to be very pleased, the film and the books and everything they just evolved it keeps getting better and better. I read the New Moon script already having read the book and I was still like 'what’s going to happen next'. It’s the same as the book but imagine the book on acid.”

Ashley Green:
“It’s a little bit more darker. It's just better all around we kind of had this Twilight platform and just stepped up from it so it's great.”

Peter Facinelli:[You can expect] “more of the unexpected.”