The 'Twilight' sequel stars explain why they did more stunts in 'New Moon' than 'Eclipse'
When the first official image of "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" was released this spring, it didn't feature stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson or Taylor Lautner. It didn't feature the relatively established actors playing the Volturi.
Instead, Summit chose to launch the tsunami of press for its "Twilight" sequel by featuring Alex Meraz, Kiowa Gordon, Chaske Spencer and Bronson Pelletier, the young and relatively unknown actors who play Jacob Black's Quileute pals. They're a group of friends with a not-so-secret secret: They transform into wolves.
Meraz, Gordon, Spencer and Pelletier spoke with HitFix about their building fame, about the reasons for the Wolf Pack's skimpy wardrobes and why they got to do more stunts in "New Moon" than in next summer's "Twilight Saga: Eclipse."
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