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Bootleg 'New Moon' Trailer Comes Out

August 15, 2009 (1:37 am) GMT
Here is the bootleg version of the trailer for 'The Twilight Saga's New Moon' that has been shown in theaters attached to 'Bandslam'.

A brand new trailer for "" has been released in theaters across the U.S. attached to another Summit movie "", and its bootleg version has been passed on. Nearly two minutes long, this leaked trailer contains similar footage to the French trailer version. It offers a look at the wolf pack, Volturi member Jane and many more.

Clearly made for the Team Jacob's satisfaction, the trailer focuses on the growing relationship between 's Jacob and 's Bella. In parts of the intercepting comments from Lautner, the young actor is even heard explaining, "Bella's in such a deep depression when Edward leaves, and Jacob is the friend that will always be there for her."

"The Twilight Saga's New Moon" is penned by "Twilight Saga" screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg and directed by "" helmer Chris Weitz. It centers on the personal conflict Bella experiences following Edward Cullen's abrupt departure. , Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner return to reprise their roles as Edward Cullen, Bella Swan and Jacob Black.

Those three lead actors will be joined by many of the original cast members, including , , and , as well as new additions that consist of and among others. "New Moon" is targeting a November 20 U.S. release.

"The Twilight Saga's New Moon" Bootleg Trailer:



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