There may be many rumors about who is still going to be cast in "New Moon," but now there seems to be some definite casting news to report. Canadian actor Bronson Pelletier, best known for his work in shows like "Renagadepress" and "Dinosapien," has signed on for an as-yet-unknown role in "New Moon."
“Congratulations to Bronson who scores a lead role in the highly anticipated ‘Twilight’ feature film sequel ‘New Moon,’” a note on the Web site for the actor’s reps, Carrier Talent Management, reads, reports Access Hollywood. “It’s rumored he will be co-starring with Dakota Fanning."
Bronson’s role has not yet been confirmed by Summit, and it hasn't yet been confirmed if he'll play a vampire, werewolf or human. But, his Native American background may suggest that he'll be playing one of the werewolves of the Quileute tribe. His heritage falls in the Plains Cree tribe of the Askinootow First Nations.
Meanwhile yesterday Vanessa Hudgens continued to fuel speculation that she'd be joining the world of Twilight as Leah Clearwater in one of the upcoming films. “It’s still a rumor; I’m really interested,” she told “Extra.” “I think it’s a great project, but nothing’s happening as of now.”
Hudgens also told “Extra” that she’s a fan of the book series. “Yes, love it,” she said. “My sister has read all of the books too."