New Moon News
Larry Carroll of MTV (also most respected journalist for Twilight fans cos he actually knows Twilight material & Twilight fans well) has now reviewed : The New Moon Kissing Scene!
In the “Twilight” Nation, every leaked shot is cause for celebration, every new piece of footage is reason to skip school, and every new glimpse of Robert Pattinson is the highlight of a given week. It’s no surprise, then, that the Internet is abuzz with a never-before-seen clip from “New Moon” that features a scintillating smooch. OME, indeed.
“It’s still my birthday,” Bella (Kristen Stewart) asks in an early scene from the November 20 “Twilight” sequel, noticeably swallowing her fears over a blossoming romance with vampire Edward Cullen. “Can I ask one thing? Kiss me.”
The two star-crossed lovers swap spit for 14 seconds, each moaning to convey their mutual desire and sense of danger. Edward doesn’t say a single word during the clip, but he doesn’t need to.
For those outsiders who accused Pattinson of less-than-stellar acting in the first “Twilight” film, the clip seems to promise that the fast-rising heartthrob is a lot more than a pretty face. For the millions who long to similarly lock lips with Edward Cullen in front of Bella’s beaten-up truck, the scene is a dream come true — glimpsed briefly in the “New Moon” trailers but far more potent when played out as a whole.
As Twilighters know, the scene represents a rare moment of peace between Edward and Bella, a calm before the “New Moon” storm that is yet to come. And in the eyes of those fans, November 20 can’t come soon enough.
Thanks to Mr.Pattinson.com for the screen caps!!