The New Moon is a sequel to the movie Twilight made in 2009, premiered in the US on November 20, 2009 and in Vietnam on November 27, 2009, based on the novel of the same name by female writer Stephenie Meyer. On the first day of its premiere, the New Moon broke the old record of 67.2 million dollars in movie Dark Knight with a new record of 72.7 million; broke the record of 22.2 million midnight movie screenings of Harry Potter and the Prince with 26.3 million dollars.
On her 18th birthday, Bella Swan noticed the possibility of her aging while Edward Cullen remained 17. While opening a package, she accidentally cut her hand. Edward's brother Jasper, despite trying to abstain from human blood, is still strongly irritated by the scent of blood and attacks Bella. To ensure her safety from the vampire world, Edward tells Bella that he no longer loves her and leaves the town of Forks, Washington with his family. Bella is deeply hurt and finds comfort in Jacob Black, an old family friend who can help her alleviate the pain of losing Edward.
Bella and Jacob begin to be together more, and Bella quickly notices the stimulation of the adrenaline in her blood as she puts herself in dangerous situations that will create the illusion of Edward's voice. Bella begins to commit desperate actions, such as driving a motorbike, to provoke hallucinations. Meanwhile, Jacob realizes himself as a werewolf, and then reveals this to Bella. After that, Bella has the most dangerous act ever, which is jumping from the top of the mountain into the sea, but almost drowning in the rough sea and being saved by Jacob.
Meanwhile, Alice, Edward's vampire sister, who has the ability to see the future, foresaw Bella jumping off a cliff. Thinking that Bella is dead, Alice immediately goes to Forks to visit Charlie Swan, Bella's father, and Edward calls Bella's house. Jacob picks up the phone and tells Edward that Charlie is attending the funeral, referring to the funeral of a man in town who died of a heart attack, but Edward concludes that Jacob is referring to Bella's funeral. Devastated after thinking that Bella is dead, Edward travels to Italy to meet Volturi, the vampires who are capable of killing Edward, to help him leave the world without Bella.
Bella and Alice rush to Volterra, Italy to stop Edward, and save him before it's too late. Before they leave Italy, the Volturi family tells them that Bella, a human who knows of the existence of a vampire, will either die or become a vampire. After everyone returned to the Folks, Edward explained to Bella that he was gone just to ensure her safety, and she agreed to forgive. The book ends with the Cullens voting in agreement to transform Bella into a vampire during Edward's protests. However, the wishes of the Cullens were not as they thought, because at the end of the film, Jacob mentioned the agreement between the Edward family and his tribe, which states that the Cullens are not allowed to convert anyone. often into vampires, if the Cullens break the treaty, a bloody war will explode
Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan, a teenage girl who falls into a deep depression after her true love, Edward Cullen, leaves her. Her friendship with Jacob Black is expanded as she realizes that he can mend the hole left open by Edward.
Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen, Bella's vampire boyfriend who abruptly leaves town to protect her.
Taylor Lautner as Jacob Black, a cheerful companion who eases Bella's pain over losing Edward. He reveals to Bella that he is part of a pack of werewolves whose main goal is to protect her from the vampires Laurent and Victoria.
Ashley Greene as Alice Cullen, a member of the Cullen family who can see "subjective" visions of the future and who develops a deep friendship with Bella.
Rachelle Lefevre as Victoria Sutherland, a ruthless vampire who wants to avenge her lover, James This would be her final appearance as the character before being replaced by Bryce Dallas Howard in the next installment a year later.