'He saves humans from vampires, basically,' Gordon says of his character in the film.
By Larry Carroll
Gordon: Yeah, I went to the Comic-Con for the "Twilight" screenings, and the question-and-answer [sessions], and it was crazy. They all started screaming as soon as we walked off the bus; the whole time we were answering questions they just kept screaming and screaming. It was so surreal for me. I've also gone to my own things—like I've gone to this unity conference out in New Mexico where Native American youths gather and share their tribal affiliations and all that awesome stuff. And [Twilighters were there and] they went crazy.
MTV: Taylor has said that he gets to speak the Native-American language of the tribe a bit in "New Moon." Do you?
Gordon: No, I would just—we make noises.
MTV: Noises? Can you give us an example?
Gordon: Hopefully I won't get in trouble for this. But yeah, [there's a scene where] we get out of the car, and we have to do this call—this signal that we're home. Me and Jared, we go [he unleashes a loud, yipping noise]. It's kinda funny. But it's awesome.
MTV: Wow. And that basically means "Hi Honey, I'm home"?
Gordon: [Laughs.] Yeah!