THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN - PART 2
In additional to Jacob, several members of the Quileute Indian Nation are
back for The
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 including Chaske Spencer as Sam Uley,
Julia Jones and
Booboo Stewart as siblings Leah and Seth Clearwater, plus Alex Rice as their
mother Sue. Other
members of the pack - Paul, Embry, Jared, and Quil, as well as several new young
fight in wolf form in the final battle.
he split in the pack from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 is
and Sam reconcile when the Volturi come into the picture because everyone has a
lot to lose,"
explains Chaske Spencer. "They have to protect, not only Bella and Renesmee, but
area around Forks. They join the forces and I like that. That's a good way to
cap things off."
"Sam runs into Alice and Jasper as they're leaving town and she hands him a
their family," says Lautner. "Jacob and Sam make up when he comes to the Cullen
deliver their note. We realize we have no other choice... we need to man up. As a
vampires make their way into the area, more and more Quileute phase at a younger
age, and a
lot more often. We need to get over the past and train these young Quileute -
bring them up just
like Sam did for Jacob."
The sole purpose of the wolf pack is to protect humans from vampires. "The
tribe is not
particularly happy with all these new vampires showing up, but there is a bigger
They chose the lesser of two evils, which is to join this army of friendly
vampires against the
much greater threat," adds Rosenberg.
Sue Clearwater, as a loyal member of the Quileute Tribal Council, is aware of
supernatural conflict around La Push and Forks. "Our mom comes in handy to
dad Charlie, because she lives in this world where she knows that there are
shape shifters and
vampires," says Booboo Stewart. "She knows what's going on."
The tentative beginnings of romance between Sue and Charlie that were first
the wedding have blossomed. "Her husband died and her kids are now wolves half
the time, so
she finds somebody to take care of and to be with and it's Charlie. He also is
going through a lot
and so it's nice timing for them. But does everybody in the whole movie have to
be so frickin'
happy all the time, except for Leah?" asks Julia Jones.
Burke adds, "This may or may not speak in the film, but my story is that
lonely souls tend
to find each other. After Sue loses her husband, her lonely heart opens up... and
already had been lonely for a long time. I think that the universe has a way of
kinds of people together."
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