First Teaser Poster For ‘The Twilight Saga’s New Moon’ Released

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CHICAGOComingSoon.net went to ShoWest and posted the first image of a teaser poster that you’re likely to see all over theaters for the rest of this year, the first official artwork for the sequel to “Twilight,” “The Twilight Saga’s New Moon”.

The Twilight Saga's New Moon
The Twilight Saga’s New Moon
Image credit: Summit/ComingSoon.net

What do you think of the artwork? Let us know in the comments section below.

The Chris Weitz-directed sequel will star Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, and Dakota Fanning.

“Twilight,” which stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Ashley Greene and Taylor Lautner from director Catherine Hardwicke, has grossed $178 million domestically. This has put the “New Moon” sequel into production immediately and has spawned a series of casting rumors. Other books in the Stephenie Meyer series include “Eclipse” and “Breaking Dawn”.


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HollywoodChicago.com content director Brian Tallerico

By BRIAN TALLERICO
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Holly's picture

new moon posters

The official artwork is nice in it’s simplicity. But honestly the best poster I’ve seen is the fan-made version with Robert Pattinson’s open shirt. Background looks like Italy. To quote Jessica “W-O-W. Edward Cullen.”

MoBo's picture

YEEEE

I love it, its superb! There is nothing, just blackness, Like when there is a new moon, and Stephenie Meyers whole symbolism of Bella’s life and what not, awesomeawesomeawesome Thumbs up and High five! I’d So Buy one AHAHA

Bryana, Las Vegas, NV's picture

The blackness of the poster

The blackness of the poster background is superbly appropriate to the blackness and unendurable emptiness experienced by Bella’s loss of Edward in New Moon. The light which seems to radiate from the words New Moon in the foreground is an exciting, hope filled contrast to the blackness, and complements the concept of new moons representing new beginnings.

Anonymous's picture

ok ur reading too much into

ok ur reading too much into it, i totally respect ur opinion but dude! its just the logo! coz its too early for THE movie poster to come out. dats y its called a teaser poster to tease YOU!lol peace!=)

UnintendedChoice's picture

lame

This poster is SO anticlimactic and Lame! why didn’t they just wait until a real poster was revealed? everyone has already seen the logo! letterstotwilight.com

aspen 's picture

what!?

Thats it .They should have put in a little more work even in harry potter when things where going worng or he lost someone dear to him they didn’t make the poster all black.they should put more work into the poster.

Anonymous's picture

its not the movie poster just the logo

btw im pretty sure this is just the logo not the poster

Anonymous's picture

crap dats not THE poster

crap dats not THE poster it’ just the logo , i so agree… funny pips kept saying about the blackness being new moon - DUH! its just d color of the poster. People are like ignorant here!

MoBo's picture

pishaw

For a first poster its extremely appropriate, if they did some gaudy lookatthesehotpeopleinthismovie or lookhowawesomeandallthesenewcharacterscomeseeit then I would have been thoroughly disapointed, drooling yes, but not impressed. They’ll come out with awesomeer things when the time comes huahahaha

Harry Potter? HAHAHA they did get better as they went along, but I think thats only because the earlier movie posters totaly SUCKED. To be honest their posters are still tacky, at least the ones that come to mind, I should go refresh my memory teehee

Anonymous's picture

LOVIN IT !!

itssss so kwl and it makes a statement

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