'New Moon' Clip: Bella vs. The Wolves

In addition to the 10 new photos from The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Summit Entertainment has released the first official clip from the film online via iTunes, with a tantalizing introduction by Taylor Lautner. In the clip (which you can watch in HD here or below), Bella squares off against the shirtless wolf pack, becoming so enraged at one point that she goes so far as to slap one of the boys across the face. This, of course, wasn't the smartest course of action, since within seconds the shirtless boy transforms into a giant angry wolf, capable of tearing Bella to shreds in, oh, about 2.4 seconds.

 
 
Luckily for Bella, though, she's good pals with Jacob (Taylor Lautner), who spots the gal in trouble and comes sprinting out from what looks to be a comfortable-yet-modest cabin in the middle of the woods. As Bella runs towards Jacob, warning him to turn around and run from the nasty wolf, Jacob jumps over her and transforms into a wolf himself. Teen Wolf 3, it isn't, but at least New Moon director Chris Weitz will introduce some fun new elements to the teen vampire romance come November 20th.
 
What do you think about this new clip? Are the special effects up to par? Do the wolves look cool enough? Would you now be interested in purchasing a calendar called 'Shirtless Wolf Boys'? Sound off below…


 

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