Twilight author Stephenie Meyer once stated that New Moon was her favorite film adaption of the series, owing to its closeness in capturing what she wrote in the book. Whereas Catherine Hardwicke managed to succeed at capturing the spirit of the first book while changing things onscreen for the sake of time, all while putting her own unique artistic stamp on the film , Chris Weitz took great pains to adapt New Moon very faithfully to its source material, both stylistically and narratively. What resulted is another great adaptation and a continuation of the authenticity of the first, but one that feels markedly different from an aesthetic standpoint. Despite the accuracy of the adaption, some things necessarily needed to be added and removed, either for the sake of time or for the purpose of livening things up visually. In the books, readers hardly get a mention of Bella's future best friend Jacob Black until long after Edward leaves.
New Moon (film)
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