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22 April 2009  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  |  Source: USA Today

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With filming well underway on Twilight sequel, New Moon (or The Twilight Saga: New Moon to give it its Scrabble title), we've got our first look at the film's mightily buffed Wolf Pack, who've been braving the chilly on-set weather in Vancouver to get all Chippendale on us.

The New Moon Wolf Pack are a group of shapeshifting Native Americans who live in the Indian community of La Push in Washington state, and provide intrigue for Bella (Kristen Stewart) when vampire love Edward (Robert Pattinson) goes - quite literally - off the reservation. The Wolf Pack are played by newcomers Chaske Spencer, Alex Meraz, Kiowa Gordon and Bronson Pelletier, with each boasting Native American heritage of their own.

First Look At New Moon's Wolf Pack
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In other Twilight-related news, David Slade is rumoured to be in talks to direct part three of the saga, Eclipse. If true, it's an intriguing choice. Slade showed he can handle darker material - and teen stars - with the excellent Hard Candy, while 30 Days Of Night, in which a phalanx of desperate vampires lay siege to an Alaskan town, was an impressively blood-soaked addition to the vampire canon and covers similarly fang-filled territory to the Stephenie Meyer series.

So, would Slade be a good choice to continue the Twilight series? Let us know what you think...

The Twilight Saga: New Moon is out in the UK on November 27.


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Posted by timcsy0913 at 22:27 on 01 May 2009 | Report This Post

Ha ha - this is giving me jokes!
Jeez ha ha this is funny! I may very well be going to the cinema to buy a ticket for my very first porn film judging by this picture! They do need to be more buff - they're huge in the books, towering over the vamps with souped up muscles! My friends were all excited about Twilight - I didn't know what they were talking about so I borrowed the books from them and read them. I'm with everyone who says the fourth book sucks. Twilight the film was OK but half the time everyone in the audience More

Posted by ushiep at 13:38 on 27 April 2009 | Report This Post

That is such a homoerotic image for a movie aimed at teenage girls...then again so is a picture of Zac Efron's face so perhaps that's the way things swing nowadays... I'm a 22 year old girl and this stuff makes me feel like a grumpy old man. More

Posted by riro_the_magnificent at 02:03 on 23 April 2009 | Report This Post

Hee, Hee Hee, "I am having SO much fun!"
This sounds fun. Never seen Twilight, as I just assumed it was a weirdo teenage thing (V naughty I realise now and will try and get a look). I love it when a plan comes together! Ha Ha SOOOOOO much fun. No Doubt at all! 'S&D'?...bloody brilliant really! More

Posted by Suzy R at 20:19 on 22 April 2009 | Report This Post

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
Why does the name Fine Young Cannibals spring to mind lmao More

Posted by elmwood2309 at 19:40 on 22 April 2009 | Report This Post

brushed up
they look like puffed up skinny metrosexuals the first movie was quite dull no were near achieving the book expierance one hoped they'd learn by makin the follow up darker and gruffer the desrcriptions in the books do not descripes the native americans as being lithe but rather tall and extremely buffed up the guy in front only scraps the bar for the look . i know millions are still going to go see it as it is more aimed towards women but i found the books enjoyable the film cringey More

Posted by SteadyEddie at 18:41 on 22 April 2009 | Report This Post

Is Anyone Else Seeing Four Of The Same Guy?
Nothing to do with their race but these guys all look the bloody same. As for the movie, well I saw the first one and thought "ok but a bit meh", then read the book and discovered it had vastly improved upon the source material, so if they keep on with that trend then it might be a tolerable diversion. More

Posted by FearOfFilm at 18:32 on 22 April 2009 | Report This Post

Slade is too good
He'll be restricting himself too much. More

Posted by AboyNamedSue at 17:55 on 22 April 2009 | Report This Post

Flick-Fest
Right i'm going to have to get this off my chest. The misses who has read all the books kept telling me we had to go watch the film, seeing as i enjoy a good vampire film i thought why not.How wrong i was, it was just a flick-fest (and judging by these new pics the new one will be too) with not a ripped out jugular in sight.Do yourselfs a favour people, go watch the vastly superior Let the right one in, plus theres more crimson in it More

Posted by Peter Griffin at 15:15 on 22 April 2009 | Report This Post

Maybe it's the lighting but their abs look CG, and even I'm buffer than the guy on the right (if you saw me you'd know why that's worth mentioning) As for David Slade, I hope it isn't so. The guy's got a good visual style which I'm afraid would be watered-down for the PG crowd. More

Posted by Gabriel at 14:27 on 22 April 2009 | Report This Post

Ok I may have to join the werewolves side now... More

Posted by peeka85 at 14:22 on 22 April 2009 | Report This Post

Bayona for me
I'd prefer to see Juan Antonio Bayona direct More

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