Most people bristle at change. It's comfortable in that little box, and we don't want to have to venture outside of it. Same goes for movies. Twilighters were comfortable with the first movie of the Twilight Saga, Twilight. Sure, there were glitches here and there, the makeup wasn't spot on, but it was easy, familiar, and true to the book.
Enter a change in director. When Chris Weitz was announced as the director, eyes began rolling, and speculation began. Catherine Hardwicke was visibly drawn to the Saga, treating it as her baby. What if Chris didn't read the books? What if he doesn't care how passionate the fans are and skews the vision to his own muse as opposed to that of Stephenie Meyer? These whisperings flittered around the net, much like the idea of "flittering images" that Weitz proposed to fans.
With the release of the third theatrical trailer of New Moon, fans were treated to snippets of nearly every part of undying queries about the flick, including the Volturi, the werewolves, Bella's cliff-diving escapade, the yellow Porsche, Italy, and yes, the much-anticipated "flittering" images of Edward, all true to the style of Chris Weitz.
The trailer alone has exceeded my expectations. Weitz's vision obviously takes into account the passion fans feel for the Saga. November can't come fast enough.