Breathe, Anna Kendrick. When Movies editor Josh Horowitz was speaking with Anna at the Toronto Film Festival in regards to the Jason Reitman film she stars in, "Up In The Air," Anna took a second (or 29, to be exact) to share a bit with MTV about the book-to-film changes in New Moon. We got a little worried, though, when she gave her explanation all in one monologue. We'll wait for you to explain, Anna; we don't want you to pass out.
She gave some insight as to how the human characters read: Bella's high school friends will translate onscreen in "New Moon."
"The things about playing one of the human characters and the non-supernatural characters in the 'Twilight' series is we have a lot more liberty to make it our own and change things," Anna said. "People don't have that attachment that they do to the myth -- the world -- Stephenie Meyer created in terms of the supernatural aspect."
Anna plays the sweet but jealous Jessica, who envies Forks High stud Mike Newtons interest in Bella. But, as shown by the fan love given to Mike Welch, who plays Mike Newton, Anna should be careful not to speak too quickly when she discusses fans not caring about the tweaks onscreen in their beloved vampire novels.
"We're having fun and we're being faithful to the book but, a few changes," Anna added. "But I hope that they're fun."
We do too and that your admission of book-to-movie discrepancies doesn't rile too many Twilight fans into nit-picking action.
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