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Extended "New Moon" Trailer Debuts During MTV's VMAs

September 13, 2009 10:46 PM ET

Twilight stars Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart took the VMAs stage tonight to debut an extended trailer for the upcoming The Twilight Saga: New Moon — "a first look at a movie we've been working on for months," said Pattinson.

Q&A with Robert Pattinson: "There's only so much adoration you can take."

The trailer offers a look at the darker sequel to last year's blockbuster, which details what happens when Pattinson's vampire hunk Edward leaves his girlfriend, the mortal Bella (played by Stewart), who in turn looks to Lautner's character, the human-turned-werewolf Jacob. Fans also got a first look at the improved CGI in play for Jacob's mythical transformations, as well as glimpses of Dakota Fanning and Michael Sheen as evil vamps.

Why Stephenie Meyer Gave Her Vampire Series a Rock & Roll Soundtrack

New Moon opens November 20th; in the meantime check out what Peter Travers predicts for the movie.

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