Chris Weitz Interviews Left and Right
To help promote the upcoming release of the New Moon DVD *squeal*, Chris Weitz has been giving tons of interviews...

First he tells Hit Fix his biggest regrets about New Moon:
'During their long and funny conversation, Weitz makes a humbling revelation about one of his few regrets in the movie: the infamous moment where Aro (Michael Sheen) looks into Alice Cullen's mind (Ashley Greene) and see the future fate of our hero Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart).
What was meant as a dramatic reveal that Bella would become a vampire, and thus satisfy Aro's wishes, drew unintentional laughter as audiences observed Bella and Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) seemingly skipping through the forest in slow motion.

Speaking to Weitz earlier this week, the director laughed about the moment and admitted that he discovered the mistake a bit too late.

"I think it could have been less than an Arcadian fairy tale running through the foresty movement and more of an abstract at Kristen flash on her face," Weitz says of what he would have changed. "That would have avoided laughter, which wasn't only heard at the premiere where there are cynics and jaded Hollywood types, but the most packed fan screenings."'

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He talked to People Magazine about Eclipse, and how he's excited for the steamy scene in the tent:
'Chris Weitz, who directed New Moon, the second installment in the Twilight series, says he has read the script for this summer's third installment, Eclipse and that one scene in particular is a scorcher.

"I'm looking forward to the sleeping bag scene, I gotta say," Weitz tells PEOPLE. "That's going to be very steamy."'

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The he was interviewed by IESB. He talked about the New Moon DVD, and revealed that he will not be directing Breaking Dawn:
IESB: In doing the commentary for the New Moon DVD, was there anything that you realized you regretted having to cut, or did the final cut of the film meet all of your expectations?

Chris: I was very satisfied with the final cut of the film, personally. It was what I had set out to do.

IESB: With the reception for New Moon being so overwhelming and favorable for the final outcome of the film, would you consider coming back to helm the last film, if that were to present itself, or have you moved on from the Twilight Saga?

Chris: I wouldn't say it's so much that I've moved on. It's just a very daunting prospect for someone with a young family to imagine taking on what I think will probably be an 80-day shoot. It may have moved on from me. I think the best set-up for this series of films may be that there's a new filmmaker for each one.

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Also, Chris Weitz isn't the only one IESB interviewed recently. They also interviewed Peter Facinelli! Click here to check it out!

There's also a new interview with Robert Pattinson...

...and Michael Sheen!

Sincerely, Alice


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