Bite Into Our 'Breaking Dawn' Livestream During Comic-Con!
That's right, Twilighters. MTV News is taking over Comic-Con and we're starting with your favorite vampire romance.
This Thursday at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, we'll kick-off our three-day "MTV News: Comic-Con Takeover" with a "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 1" livestream extravaganza, featuring a full hour of interviews and a Q&A with the cast. And, of course, we want your input! Tweet your questions to @MTVNews using the hashtag #MTVSDCC, and a bloodsucker may just chew on your query!
It will all go down on MTV.com (and Hollywood Crush, naturally), so stay tuned for that on June 21!
We'll continue to cover the San Diego convention from every angle throughout the weekend, so keep close for scoop on "Glee," "True Blood, "Vampire Diaries" and more!
What questions do you have for the "Twilight" cast? Are you as excited for Comic-Con as we are?
Thanks to the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, a few of director Bill Condon's thoughts on the upcoming Breaking Dawn Comic-Con panel (taking place in Hall H, at 11:15AM on July 21st.) have been revealed.
Evidently, Condon has never before been to Comic-Con, so he isn't quite accustomed to the boisterous reception the Twilight Saga's cast and filmmakers tend to get at these shows. "It sounds insane! It sounds exciting," he told the publication.
It seems it's also been a tad difficult for him to narrow down which exclusive clip(s) will be shown at the event. "I'm trying to figure that out now. It's a bit of a challenge cause we don't want to give away the wedding dress, and some of the other big action scenes have wolves that won't be ready in time."
Still, his excitement over attending Comic-Con is unmoved. "What I'm really looking forward to is the experience of [screening the clips] with people who care so deeply about this."
A scan of the article in question can be found by clicking here. So, what can we take away from this feature?
Well, for one, Bill Condon will be there. That's rather unsurprising since, in previous years, the director has usually been on-hand for the panel. A second insinuation contained in the piece is that there'll be more than one clip from Breaking Dawn shown at the event. This, too, isn't shocking since with The Twilight Saga: New Moon's panel in 2009, two clips were shown (thusly setting a bar of expectation that would be difficult to lower).
We have less than two days to go now until the Breaking Dawn panel takes place, and Twilight fans have been spotted camping out for the event as of yesterday!