New Moon Full Trailer Online

I have to admit it, I liked the Twilight series so far (just finishing the third book) and looking forward to the upcoming sequel New Moon. The first book was all about introducing how the world of Twilight works, and it wasn’t until New Moon that the plot really took shape.

Check out the full released trailer below.

This looks to be more action filled than the introduction and that’s great. I was currently more interested in the treaty that the Quillettes have with the Cullens, and the social structure of the Vampire Royalty, so I like this film focusing more on Jacob and his furry family and seeing the bigger world of the Vampires.

Also, I feel very strange finding Dakota so attractive as a Vampire since I still have a hard time wrapping my head around her as a teenager. Somehow in my head she is stil 8, so to see her growed up some is odd.

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47 thoughts on “New Moon Full Trailer Online

  1. Twilight the movie wasn’t very good at all, it had a few fun moments, but on a whole it’s not a rewatchable movie. As a fan of the book it was fun to go see it with my friend, my kid and five of her friends; however once it came out on DVD I sat down to watch it again and I found myself feeling a little bored.

    Now, the New Moon trailer is pretty impressive, so I have some hope this movie will turn out well. I am loving the Volturi scenes!

  2. Just to point out that the Twilight books came out in 2005 and The Southern Vampire Mysteries (the book series True Blood is somewhat based on) came out in 2001. True Blood isn’t ripping Twilight off… but it does seem that vampires are SO hot right now.

  3. Sparkling vampires? I’m not hating on anyone who likes Twilight, that is your perogative. But that is probably the single most stupidest thing I’ve ever heard of.

  4. A little silly…but it’s actually not that bad…what is wrong with me?

    I’m not seeing this in the theaters. Not doing it. But maybe DVD…as I said above, what is the matter with me?

  5. No one thinks this is one of the biggest rip offs of Shakespeare two people in love but their worlds don’t agree girl looses it almost dies then her lover decides he is going to kill him self because he cannot live with out her. its Romeo and Juliet with a vampire werwolf thing.

      1. You do know that if Edward and Bella where human their story would still be 100% different then Romeo and Juliet’s…right?

        The whole point of Romeo and Juliet is that they died for each other.

        Bella falls in love with Jacob also,she doesnt just love Edward…they never die…and the main thing about romeo and Juliet was that no one would let Romeo and Juliet be together. Edwards family WANT Bella in, even Charlie likes Edward (but then starts hating him, but never forbids her from seeing him)

        The story of the Volturi and the Wolfs is WAY too important and relevant to be used as a minor. youre saying “If it werent for the irrelevant fact that theres werewolves and vamps, this would be Romeo and Juliet” and implying that they where just added so it doesnt look too Shakespearean

        Twilight is the one getting ripped off by these fucking vampire books, true blood and Vampire Diaries.

        Sure, Twilight DID get its basic idea from Dracula, but they DID also change vampires and came up with an original story. Unlike True Blood and Vampire Diaries.
        Same with Bloodlust and Initiation. Ripoffs.

      2. @ Hazmat

        They mention Romeo and a Juliet A LOT in the books though. Or maybe it was just the first book…

        Anyways, I’m just saying that maybe while the Twilight books aren’t taking details vertabum from Shakespear’s tragedy…it certainly has many arrows pointing in that direction.

      3. One of the first scenes of New Moon is with Edward and Bella in a classroom and theyre all discussing R&J

        Yes, youre right TY, that IS true.

        But its not in any way shape or form a direct Romeo and Juliet ripoff. Its just a romance.

      4. I agree. Not a rip off. But if ANYTHING, I would hypothesize..and this is because I haven’t read the fourth book yet…that Twilight is more of a tragic love story, and that’s really the ONLY similarity I see between all this R+J ripoff bullshit.

        As for it being ripoffs of other vampire stuff…come on. This is quite original.

      5. True Blood maybe a rip in the the way that girl falls in love with Vampire Idea but that is about it. Their is more depth in True Blood than in Twilight more and more problems, characters, sex, and blood I am sorry but to have a good vampire story their needs to blood it is lame with out it. And oh everyone tells me how the next film and second book have it yea right. I read some of twilight last night it reads like a children’s story.

      6. Just as a true blood fan I want to elaborate.

        you are totally wrong hazmat.

        The sookie stackhouse books that true blood are based on were out before the first twilight book.

        Now I don’t believe that twilight ripped off true blood.
        Vampires and humans in love is hardly new ground but the fact is if anyone did do any ripping off it could only be twilight as True blood was out first.

        as rodney likes to say

        just sayin’

        the vampire diaries on the other hand…..

      7. Dead Until Dark, the first of the Sookie Stackhouse/true blood books, came out in 2001.

        Twilight was released in 2005.

        So that should really put an end to any and all accusations that true blood is a rip off of twilight.

      8. @ Ezell

        Characters, SEX, and BLOOD make True Blood original? Um…hm.

        I would think that Twilight having basically none of those things is what would MAKE it original.

        This conversation is going nowhere. Twilight DOES have characters..it’s true that there isn’t a whole lot of blood…and I’m not far enough to know if Bella has sex with Edward (psst! I think she does!).

        So all in all, I’m pretty confused with your reasons because A) You’re wrong and B) Twilight DOES end up with most of those things in the end.

        So it comes full circle.

      9. If anything it could be a ripoff of Heroes

        I mean…some of the “Special powers” these vamps have are pretty similar t those of the show Heroes. Thats about it

      10. Stephanie Meyer has openly admitted to using the theme of Romeo & Juilet for New Moon just as she’s used themes from Wuthering Heights and mentions both books often enough during the course of the first three books.

        Alfie – you mentioned The Vampire Dairies I’m not sure if you were implying they could be a rip off of Twilight or Sookie Stackhouse, but its not. The Vampire Dairies is a book which was released in 1991, so if anyone wants to point fingers let’s go there…or better yet let’s go all the way back to Bram Stoker. :)
        I know you said it’s nothing new and you’re right – the vampire/human lovestory has been there from the beginning.
        Comparing Twilight and Sookie Stackhouse I think is funny because one series was marketed for young adult readers and the other is an adult bodice ripper vampire tale.

      11. Stephanie Meyer has openly admitted to using the theme of Romeo & Juilet for New Moon just as she’s used themes from Wuthering Heights and mentions both books often enough during the course of the first three books.

        Alfie – you mentioned The Vampire Dairies I’m not sure if you were implying they could be a rip off of Twilight or Sookie Stackhouse, but its not. The Vampire Dairies is a book which was released in 1991, so if anyone wants to point fingers let’s go there…or better yet let’s go all the way back to Bram Stoker. :)
        I know you said it’s nothing new and you’re right – the vampire/human love story has been there from the beginning.
        Comparing Twilight and Sookie Stackhouse I think is funny because one series was marketed for young adult readers and the other is an adult bodice ripper vampire tale.

      12. i was more referring to the tv show vampire diaries. the look and feel is definitely cashing in on twilight way more then true blood is. I don’t see any twilight in the true blood series but vampire diaries has twilight seeping out of it’s pores.

  6. I’m not a fan of the first movie and the trailers and advertising up to it’s release did nothing for me. Having said that, this actually is intriguing me. Perhaps they learned from the atrocities of the first one and went the right direction with this one. I have some hope but not too much.

  7. I was not impressed at all by the first movie… now the book wasn’t brilliant, but it was fun, so you think if they just stuck to the book and didn’t such do AWFUL effects it could have been an okay movie.

    And now, I am totally surprised by how good this trailer looks! I might actually enjoy this film – YAY!

  8. I agree. I thought New Moon was the slowest book of the series, but it looks like they really have picked out and added to the action of the book to create an exciting movie. I can’t wait to see it.

    Eclipse was easily my favorite book of the series . . . I can’t wait to see what they do with that!

  9. Oh and one small observation:

    While reading the books, i couldnt help noticing New Moon is easily the worst one, by a fucking mile.
    Anyone whos read them knows New Moon dragged too much.

    But ive noticed that this trailer looks exciting and i dont htink itll drag that long
    (Well, I also have the script so i can vouch for the fact that they gave Edward more screen time and cut back on Jacob, because in the book New Moon was ALL aboutt Jacob)

    And THIS^^^ is really good news. Because I was out the door worried this movie would be a drag-fuck.

    1. How the hell do you keep getting all these scripts to the movies?!?!

      I’ve seen like….three instances now where you’ve said you’ve read the script. Dammit, I wanna know how.

  10. uuugghhg my wife is going to eat this shit up. She is obsessed with this crap and read all the books. I am complaining because my lone exposure is to the first movie and this one looks decent so i know i will be forced to conform and watch this filth oh how far i have fallen in the name of marital obligations.

    Sorry Just my rantings.

      1. I think these movies are straight rips of Anne Rice and various other vamp books and i own a bunch of them and i can’t get my wife to read them but she eats this up. I said the movie looks decent (production wise) but i do feel the story is shit. Didn’t think i would raise the ire of some fans so if picking my words apart gives you please have at it because “Trick loves the Kids.”

    1. I’m done with the third book. The reading is really the only good thing about the franchise, and I’m only really excited because the whole Volturi thing at the end of the film is hardcore epic.

      And I agree with Rodney, they castes Dakota correctly and I’m stoked.

      Yay.

      1. Oh, well- its not a spoiler at all. Its just a fight scene in the middle of the book. The fight scene was anticipated from page one.

        The outcome however, would be a spoiler. =]

        These books came out like in 03 anyways!

      2. Whenever I buy them, I have a fake conversation on the phone with my “sister” asking if it’s the Correct book she wanted.

        Noone would believe me that the books were recommended to me before they blew up bigger than Hiroshima (exaggeration). Admittedly, I only decided to read them after everyone started to check it out too.

        Whatever, lol.

        The ‘spoiler warning’ was for my awesome awesome backwards sentence.

      3. I read them before the whole Twi-manie started.

        My ex girlfriend (Waaaaaayyyy back ex) was a big reader, and she always adviced me to read good books. (i enjoyed this until she made me read Series of Unfortunate Events) so she told me to read Twilight. And then i got hooked and read the rest. Then i saw the Twilight trailer and was like “Whaaaaaaat???” then i slowly started realizing that twilight was slowly being recognized as a chick book/movie.

        Whatever i liked the books. =]

        P.S.
        I hope Kanye West dies.

  11. I haven’t seen te first film yet, didn’t think It would be my cup of tea – but while watching the MTV VMA’s the other night they showed the trailer and I must say, it looked pretty impressive!

    Think I have some catching up to do.

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