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After Robert Pattinson jetted from NYC last night, the trilogy of Twilight saga superstars gave reporters a little more insight into what fans can expect from New Moon at a press conference at Comic Con in San Diego today. R-Pattz was joined by Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner to answer questions about the upcoming flick.

Fans worried about Edward Cullen’s absence for most of the book will be soothed by he fact that the filmmakers have given him a ghostly appearance in the movie, instead of just as a voice in Bella’s mind.

“It would look probably pretty cheesy if it were just my voice, so they’ve done these hallucinations, semi-visible apparitions,” Rob explained to reporters.

Bella’s character is different this time around as well, as Kristen says, “There’s more to think about. It’s a more mature part. She’s older. She has more to deal with.”

Taylor’s character has the most physical change, as Jacob Black finally makes the transformation into a wolf.

“I thought they did a pretty good job with the wolf transformation,” he tells reporters. “The werewolves definitely step up the action in this movie. There’s double the action in this movie. There’s also the beginning of a love triangle.”

As for how Robert’s real life has changed, he definitely seems affected by the attention of hysterical fans.

“I’d like to think that I haven’t changed that much. Within myself, I don’t think I’ve changed. When I’m walking down the street, I look down a lot more often,” he explains. “It seems to keep building, the magnitude of this franchise.”

Interestingly enough, Rob’s favorite scene is one of the saddest in the book (spoiler alert!) — when Edward leaves Bella.

“I think my breakup scene was my favorite scene,” he revealed to reporters. “Hopefully it will come off as having quite a few more levels than the relationship in Twilight.”

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