Edward Cullen in New Moon: A "Hallucination Kind of Thing," Co-Star Says

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As any loyal fans of the Twilight Saga knows, Edward Cullen is scarcely present in the book New Moon.

Bella is heartbroken by her breakup with the vampire, but soon realizes that dangerous activities - motorcycle riding, cliff diving, etc. - enable her to hear her former lover's voice in her head.

Ed Cullen

How will this be depicted on the big screen? It won't be easy, says Michael Welch (Mike Newton).

"They figured out a very clever way to get Edward back in the film much more than he is in the book," Welch told MTV. "It's tricky. I mean, [Edward] leaves for months. In the book, she just hears his voice. In the film, it's more of like a hallucination kind of thing. He will be [in the movie more than the book] for sure."

Millions of Robert Pattinson fans just let out a sigh of relief.

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New Moon Quotes

[from trailer] The absence of him is everywhere I look. It's like a huge hole has been punched through my chest.

Bella Swan

Alice Cullen: It's time, it's time.
Esme Cullen: Happy Birthday, Bella.
Alice Cullen: Let's open your presents, there'a a cake too.
Bella Swan: Alice, that cake could feed fifty. You guys don't even eat.