One of the scenes Tippett Studio was responsible for animating MacLeod explained that creating the shape-shifting werewolves was not an easy task. Soon after, the Cullens return to Forks. Through a series of miscommunications, Edward believes that Bella has killed herself by jumping off a cliff into the ocean. On November 22, 2008, one day after the theatrical release of , Summit confirmed that they would begin working on New Moon. They know what their target-audience is.
Edward is relieved that Bella's alive and explains to her that he always loved her, and only left to protect her. After seeing a movie with , Bella sees a group of men on motorcycles. She is also comforted by , a cheerful Quileute friend who helps to ease her pain over losing Edward. One member involved in the decision process pointed out that Vancouver had been scouted as a potential setting for Twilight, and it was only because the had, at that time, dropped below the that Oregon drew Twilight principal photography to Portland and its surrounding areas. Complications arose when the Portland house was repainted after Twilight 's release, which took away the aging the house had come to depict in the film.
Hardwicke cited time restrictions as the reason behind her leaving the project. To prepare for the aggressive task of making the wolves look real, Tippet artists studied wolf culture. Of particular interest was the Quileute reservation and Jacob's house. The casting for the rest of the tribe was headed by casting director Rene Haynes, who has worked on films with large Native American casts, such as and. When Bella is with Jacob, the Steadicam provided a fluid and organic style; and when she is with her schoolmates, a slangy visual language was reflected by a handheld. When recreating the house, the production team referenced the first film on high-definition.
Believing that he and his family put Bella's life in danger, Edward ends their relationship, and the Cullens leave Forks. Later, Jacob reminds Edward of the treaty the Cullens and Quileutes made years before that the Quileutes will not attack if they don't bite humans, but Bella tells Jacob it's her choice. In addition, prior to the film's release, author made an appearance on to promote the film. Once the actors had a reference, the cutouts would be removed allowing the cameras to capture the scene. Jacob and Edward fight, and Jacob phases. For the exterior of Forks High School, crew members were able to find a parking lot, but the school's steps needed to be filmed with a greenscreen backing to match those that were originally presented in Twilight.
In addition, the film was nominated for Best Horror Film and Taylor Lautner was nominated for Best Performance by a Younger Actor at the , but lost to and , respectively. This scene also required special effects, stunt work, and figuring out how to portray vampires fighting at very fast speeds. The production team was able to rearrange the exterior of the house to match that in the first movie. The idea was to give everyone a deeper feeling of the creature that they were creating. He then plans to force their hand by exposing himself as a vampire to humans.
Directed by , the film stars , , and , reprising their roles as , , and , respectively. They also were able to reflect leadership and human muscle size by adjusting certain features of the wolves, such as their fat and height. The second film also attempted to clarify the location of Bella's room, which, as seen in the first film, seemed to be located in the front of the house, when in reality it was on the right-hand side. A muscle system, which gave the appearance of muscles firing and flexing, contributed to this model. Heidi's special ability is to make herself attractive to other people, regardless of species or gender. In an attempt to keep the role, Lautner weight-trained extensively and gained approximately 30 pounds. MacLeod enlisted to create the computer generated wolves, while Prime Focus of Vancouver handled the effects of the vampires.
Initially bordered by a green fence, the decision of painting the barn, aging it, and renovating the exterior proved to be a layout that fit well with Jacob's character. When Bella Swan moves to a small town in the Pacific Northwest to live with her father, she meets the reclusive Edward Cullen, a mysterious classmate who reveals himself to be a 108-year-old vampire. Bella eventually discovers that he, and others of his tribe, are shapeshifters who phase into wolves, and that they are an age-old enemy of vampires, particularly the Cullen family. In early December 2008, it was announced that Twilight director would not be returning to direct the sequel. Jacob's house as depicted in The Twilight Saga: New Moon After scouting Vancouver for a place to film scenes that involved the Swan house, the decision was made to recreate the house on an empty lot with a tree line and approaching road. The Twilight Saga: New Moon: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was released on October 16, 2009, by Patsavas' label, in conjunction with.
Despite Edward's repeated cautions, Bella can't help but fall in love with him, a fatal move that endangers her own life when a coven of bloodsuckers try to challenge the Cullen clan. Distraught, Edward travels to Italy and asks the powerful coven who act as vampiric overlords to kill him, since he is incapable of ending his own life, but they refuse. Bella stops their fight and Jacob leaves. The new found married bliss of Bella Swan and vampire Edward Cullen is cut short when a series of betrayals and misfortunes threatens to destroy their world. Unable to understand her erratic and despondent actions, her father, , wants to send Bella to live with her mother in , thinking it would be best for her, but Bella refuses and decides to spend more time with her school friends.