Sunday, June 21, 2009

Rachelle Lefevre Talks New Moon

Rachelle Lefevre talks New Moon, director change and how Rob is adjusting to fame in a new interview with 24 Hours Vancouver. Excerpt:

Usually when a film succeeds, a studio clings to its creator. But in the case of New Moon, Catherine Hardwicke is out, replaced by Chris Weitz.

“It could have been bad,” Lefevre admits. “But I think because Harry Potter went through it first to their benefit, we were like, ‘The Potter kids went through a director shift and they were okay, so we’ll be okay too.’

A third transition will happen later this year in Vancouver when another director, David Slade (30 Days of Night), takes the reins of the next sequel Eclipse.

“It’s perfect timing for David because Eclipse is darker than the other two. There’s more action. It’s not a horror movie, but it is darker.”

Source through Twilighters Anonymous

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