As the director of “The Twilight Saga: New Moon”, Chris Weitz is in the position to answer every question about the second film in the “Twilight” series. After all, he’s the one who decides what take they’re going to use, what angle to put the camera, and how a scene from the popular book series is going to look on film. What I am trying to say is, if you’ve been anxiously awaiting the next film, Chris is the man with all the answers.
So after the jump you can watch my exclusive interview with Chris at this year’s Comic-Con. I got him to talk about how long the movie might be, what scenes he’s already cut for the DVD/Blu-ray, what extras might be on the home video release, and I also asked him when a “Twilight” fan first came up to him knowing he was directing “New Moon”. It’s a great interview so take a look:
- What was the first time someone came up to him and said you’re directing the new Twilight movie
- How long will Twilight: New Moon be – Says it will be around 2 hours
- Deleted scenes – has he already cut stuff that will end up on the DVD
- What can fans looks forward to on the DVD/Blu-ray