Twilight Shocker: Set Pictures Reveal Bella’s New Habit

Just the other day our good friends over at Spoiler TV sent us a link to a massive gallery of spy photos from the set of the upcoming Summit Entertainment film Twilight: New Moon. And upon careful inspection, we have made several shocking discoveries about the upcoming film. As someone who has not read the book, I cannot confirm whether these elements are faithful to the source material, so I will rely on the expertise of you, our fair readers, to carry me through. Above you will see Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella Swan, on set rehearsing a scene in which Bella shows off her new habit: smoking. I must wonder how Bella’s smoking will play with the younger audiences — does Bella smoking make it cool again? Will kids be standing in line for this film in November, sporting their “Team Jacob” T-Shirts and a pack of Marlboro Reds? Its too early to say, but my money is on yes.

Secondly, as you will see from the image below, the role of Jacob will be played by the fourth, beefy Jonas Brother. I know this because he is casually standing on street corner, gawking at all the girls while he strokes his “abstinence ring.”

And Edward (Robert Pattinson) is going to be channeling Jeff Spicoli throughout the entire second film. For the uninitiated, that means he’s been smoking the green machine.

And finally, Peter Facinelli looking dapper, as always.

For more fun with set photos, check out the full gallery over at Spoiler TV — their version is sans bad humor. Twilight: New Moon is being directed by Chris Weitz. It is scheduled to hit theaters on November 20, 2009.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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