Slade was also adamant that the "Eclipse" wolves revert to the wolf eyes you might see in nature. But it wasn't just the wolf pack's physical attributes that got a makeover for the third installment. Tippett and his team were also directed to adjust the wolves' overall behavior.
"The 'New Moon' wolves, we played them as heroic sentries," said Tippett. "When the wolves met the humans, we attempted to make it appear as though the wolves had a center of conscience that was definitely human. And David really wanted to play it that the wolves were far more primordial and much more wolflike. The wolves became less sentries sent from God and a lot more twitchy, uncertain, fairer animals."
Perhaps the biggest similarity between both films' wolves, however, is that neither set actually has genitals — a compromise necessary to secure a PG-13 rating. "We just deal with it by putting extra fur down there," he laughed.
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