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    "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" Trailer

    I've read all of the Twilight books and for the life of me I couldn't remember a thing that happened in Eclipse.  That's how good that book was, or at least, that's how good a job I did trying to block out all memory of reading it.

    But watching the trailer for the newest film in this annoying popular vampire series brought the story back to me a little bit  - the 'real' vampire Victoria, still furious over the death of her lover at the hands of Edward, creates a vampire army set to invade the town of Forks, and most importantly, to kill Bella. 

    The best part about this isn't that the town's vampires and werewolves have to join forces to fight them, it's the sense that we might all get a break from Edward and Jacob's endless squabbling over who loves Bella more.  Although in the book, that's what they spend that entire battle scene doing anyway.  Sigh.

    The new trailer, which premiered on Oprah Winfrey's show, looks to be correcting at least that issue from the books with promise of some decent fight sequences. Unfortunately some of the same endless bad dialogue still remains.

    So, judge for yourself - will you go with Team Edward, Team Jacob, or Team Just-Let-It-End-Already?


    The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is set to open at regular theaters and IMAX on June 30th.

    Reader Comments (2)

    I love these movies! I wish there was more of them

    04-23-2010 | Unregistered CommenterMegan

    Well, it looks pretty cool... those wolves at the end ripping into some sparkly vamps looks pretty righteous.

    04-25-2010 | Unregistered CommenterDrugs

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