Comic Con has released the schedule for Thursday July 21st and the Breaking Dawn panel will be at 11:15. If I read it right, its the first panel of the day in Hall H (the biggest panel room). Looks like Comic Con has finally learned from previous panels and made it be first so we don’t have to sit through other panels xD
11:15-12:15 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1— Summit Entertainment presents a sneak peek at the highly anticipated next chapter of The Twilight Saga. This is a must see for fans interested in the story’s final chapters. You’ll see exclusive footage from The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1 and be treated to a filmmaker and cast Q&A session providing details on the first half of the epic two-part finale. Hall H
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Hello Twilighters! Here’s my video from this years Comic Con! It’s a little bit late, but better late then never! There may have not been a Twilight panel at Comic Con this year, but there still were lots of Twilight things to see on the show floor and this is a video of what I found!
There isn’t going to be a big Twilight panel this year, but you’ll still be able to find cast members at this years Comic Con!
The Twilight Saga Group Autograph Signing
Kiowa Gordon (Embry), Kirsten Prout (Lucy- from Jaspers backstory) and Bronson Pellettier (Jared)
Sunday 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm at AA19 (in the Sails Pavilion
on the upper floor of the Convention Center)
Also Michael Sheen (Aro) will be at the TRON: Legacy panel in Hall H on Thursday at 11:15 am, AND Anna Kendrick will be at the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World panel in Hall H on Thursday at 6pm!
Rotten Tomatoes talks about the top ten New Moon facts that were revealed at Comic Con.
1. Summit Entertainment knows its audience, evidenced by the two scenes they brought to Comic-Con. Whether you’re Team Edward or Team Jacob, there was a shirtless scene for you. Who wanted to see the birthday party scene or the cliff diving scene, when they could get their first peek at Jacob Black hopping valiantly off a bike to strip naked to tend to an almost-drooling Bella? Or watch as Bella raced across Volterra in vain as Edward opened his shirt, stepping into the sunlight? It was such an amazing sight, Bella started running in slow motion.
2. Director Chris Weitz will use a lot of dialogue straight from the book. This was one of the biggest points of contention with the first Twilight, into which screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg had written quotes directly from Meyer’s text — with varying results. (“And so the lion fell in love with the lamb,” to which non-fans groaned inwardly.) In both scenes shown at Comic-Con, the majority of dialogue was taken from the pages of New Moon and filmed quite closely to what we imagined. (Agree/disagree? Tell us below.)