November 18, 2009
Stewart said she thinks the film's message is a good one.
"Be extreme," Stewart said. "Go for it. I think that's the point. I know that this is a movie about immortality and mortality but, like, you live once."
I think it's awesome that so many girls can look up to her, because she's fickle and unabashedly (so)"
WHAT?? That is so not true...Bella is not fickle =meaning she can't make up her mind. She only falls for Jacob when Edward is gone. When he comes back, she is only held back by not wanting to be hurt by him again. She is torn between two different men and forms of love. Edward provides epic, passionate, romantic love and Jacob is nurturing, friendship love.
New Moon" director Chris Weitz, who made 2007 fantasy "The Golden Compass" and teen comedy series "American Pie," differs.
"I'm going to use this word: sexuality. Which is OK to use, because really the message of these films is that it's a very important thing, and these are actually quite traditional in their values," Weitz said.
"When Edward is thinking about whether to turn Bella into a vampire, he's taking this issue very seriously, the way that you might take sex seriously, or that you might ask teenagers to take it seriously," he said.