26 March 2009
Pattinson Readies Fans for Sequel
Robert Pattinson offers this advice to those who have not yet read the second book in the Twilight saga, be ready for something different and strange. Pattinson told Reuters that "The book of New Moon, the majority of it is incredibly depressing," and that "obviously Twilight was about finding first love and the difficulties of that, but New Moon is really about loss and reconciliation, but the reconciliation isn't completely full." Pattinson also stated that, "It's(Twilight) turned into this crazy situation. I guess it has become a sort of phenomenon now which I really, really didn't expect," in regards to the global phenomenon it has become. The movie has grossed over $373.4 million globally. For now, he said there are no plans to put his music on New Moon, but he has become "obsessed" with composing songs. This will be a plus for those of us who love hearing Rob's bluesy, Van Morrison/Jeff Buckley-esque voice. The second installment of the saga, New Moon, is slated for release November 20th, 2009.
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