Death Cab For Cutie Talk Edward Vs. Jacob

MTV interviewed Death Cab for Cutie at the set of their video shoot for 'Meet Me at the Equinox'.
By their own admission, only one-fourth of Death Cab for Cutie have actually read anything from the "Twilight" series (guitarist Chris Walla, we're looking at you), but that hasn't stopped them from penning the first single from the upcoming "New Moon" soundtrack, "Meet Me on the Equinox."
And that hasn't stopped them from weighing in on one of the series' central conflicts — the whole Team Edward vs. Team Jacob thing — when we visited the set of the "Equinox" video in Toronto on Wednesday.
"OK, so again, having only finished the second book, I feel like I'm sort of out on a limb a little bit, because I haven't started the third book," Walla told MTV News. "So I'm really excited to see the film and sort of see if I feel like I'm still out on a limb. Like, I love Jacob. He's great. In the middle of the book, he's the one who's taking care of Bella, and, like, where's Edward? What is he doing? What an a--hole! But he comes through in the end, and, you know, we'll see what happens."
So there you go: Chris Walla thinks Edward Cullen is an a--hole. And that wasn't the only revelation Walla had for us on the "Equinox" set. Apparently, there currently exists a five-hour version of the "New Moon" film — and, no, he hasn't seen it either.
"We were invited to see a cut that was five hours long. It didn't have any effects or Foley or music or anything in it. And we couldn't make the schedule work, because it was five hours long," Walla laughed. "We haven't seen anything more than anyone else has seen. We've seen the trailer, and that's really about it. ... I think the trailer looks great. There was the one scene where Jacob explodes into the werewolf, and it's like, 'How are they gonna pull that off? What are they gonna do?' And it looks great. So I feel like the whole thing is really going to work."


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