Charlie Bewley says 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' will be more 'real'
Of course, you're all well versed on the fact that The Twilight Saga: Eclipse promises to be a darker picture than its predecessors, Twilight and The Twilight Saga: New Moon.
Charlie Bewley, who portrays "Demetri" in the saga, seems to think it'll be more "real" in the sense that "Eclipse has this different mood about it, it’s dark and vicious. You get to see the brutal nature of vampires and what they are really capable of, which is something we haven’t really seen in the first two movies." Or at least that's what he told OK! Magazine.
Of course, all that's been seen - officially - of Eclipse thus far is a still-frame image of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in the meadow, and the trailer's release is to come at an indeterminate time, so all we have to rely on, for now, is words like those of Bewley.
It is interesting, then, to hear him say that the vampires in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse will be portrayed as the dangerous creature that mainstream lore presents them as. Wonder if this will bring more guys into the saga?
Of course, these statements are qualified by David Slade's promise that there is a "balance" in the film. So, if there can and will be both (the predatory/vicious vampires as well as a soft and tempered love story), isn't that a good thing?