Looks like Summit Entertainment isn't wasting any time with the next Twilight movie, New Moon, based on the second book in Stephenie Meyers' ultra popular series. Not only has it been reported that both Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are receiving a giant pay raise for the sequel (somewhere around $12 million each), but while appearing on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, Stewart said New Moon would start shooting in March, 2009. Is Summit trying to turn the next flick around in time for Christmas, 2010 ... or do you think they're eying a major Summer 2010 spot?

As far as budget is concerned, according to Stewart the production value should be going up. She says, "A lot of the book takes place in Italy, and I think we're going to get to go to Italy, which is so cool. For a while there, they were like, Oh, we don't know if we have the money, but now I think we may have the money!" Um, yeah, I think they have the money.

For those who saw Twilight, what would you like to see the sequel do differently?

[via Shock]
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