"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" started Comic-Con off with a bang Thursday, and we were there to capture most of it.
The stars of the film stopped by MTV News headquarters in full force for our two hour live stream, and they dished plenty of fun teases for the upcoming movie. Kristen Stewart in particular said that she was most excited to finally be playing a vampire, and Robert Pattinson agreed that she did a great job in her role.
"You're used to vampires behaving a certain way, [but] it feels fresh for her," he said. "And just seeing the little differences, what she decided to do with the transformation [is interesting]."
Our friends over at MTV Geek are with us here in San Diego covering all things Comic-Con and have brought in a very special guest to host their live stream. Steven Smith will be coming to you live from San Diego with guests and surprises.
You can check out the live stream right here, and be sure to stay with MTV Geek and MTV News for all your Comic-Con needs.
With the start of San Diego Comic-Con today, MTV News is starting its massive series of live streams, and we are kicking off the festivities in an epic way.
The cast of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" will be sitting down with MTV News' Josh Horowitz for an extensive look at everything happening for the series' final trip to San Diego. Rob, Kristen, Taylor, and the rest of the cast will be coming to you live.
It all starts right here at at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, and we'll be back every day for the next three days at the same time.
FROM NEXTMOVIE: I've got a box of Clif Bars, a toothbrush and some unread issues of the "New 52." I'm ready for the lines, odors and sunstroke of San Diego Comic-Con. There are dozens of movies (and shows and comics and web series) that'll be pitched at SDCC. Here are the ten I'm most excited about.
Man of Steel
I know a guy who's seen little snips of "Man of Steel" - some of the Krypton stuff. He tells me that if you didn't know it was Superman, you wouldn't know what it was just by looking at it. That, to me, is very exciting. Zack Snyder under the close supervision of Christopher Nolan sounds like a nice working combination. There's simply no excuse for DC's inability to catch up with Marvel for a crossover movie universe. Hopefully that all ends this Comic-Con.
The short film that got Tim Burton fired from Disney is now back as an IMAX 3D extravaganza... from Disney. I can't think of a better middle finger to the Man in recent history. Burton's recent output has been suspect, but his knack for design is still sharp and the story of a kid resurrecting his dead dog is timeless. We should know soon if this is the next "Nightmare Before Christmas."
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We've been telling you for weeks that MTV Movies Blog, MTV Splash Page, and MTV News will be your most important hubs for all things San Diego Comic-Con, but we've kept one big surprise secret until now.
MTV News will be coming to you live from Comic-Con June 12, 13, and 14 at 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT on each day. Josh Horowitz will be your host, bringing you all of our latest coverage from the convention, as well as, some interviews from the biggest stars.
Each day will be packed tight with guests and surprises. We kick off the festivities this Thursday at 1 p.m. ET with an entire live stream dedicated to all thing "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2." Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner will be all sitting down to talk with Josh about the final movie of the beloved series. Later in the broadcast, the rest of the cast will stop by, including Mackenzie Foy, Elizabeth Reaser, Peter Facinelli, Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed and Jackson Rathbone.
FROM MTV MOVIES:
Are you procrastinating packing your suitcase for Comic-Con, or have you had it sitting in your hall closet ready to go for weeks? Either way, there's no better time than now to read up on MTV's very own 10 Can't-Miss Movie Panels so that you are ready to dive in once you touch down in San Diego.
Maybe you can't wait to sink your teeth into "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2," are dying for details on "Django Unchained," or are counting the days until "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" hits theaters. Whatever your film tastes may be, we've rounded up the panels that are sure to satisfy your cinema fix at the convention.
So what are you waiting for? Check out what'll be going on at these panels and more, and remember to stay connected with all of MTV's Comic-Con coverage throughout the week.
In the few days leading up to Comic-Con, viral campaigns for featured movies have become more and more common in recent years. This year, the "RoboCop" reboot got a jump on the competition over the weekend by releasing an ad for Omnicorp and its new product line.
For those unfamiliar with the mythos of RoboCop, Omnicorp is the evil corporation that creates the titular cyborg but hopes to exploit him for financial gain.
The recently released viral video contains a blink-and-you'll-miss-it look at the character design for the newest version of RoboCop, as played by "The Killing"'s Joel Kinnaman.
Check out the video after the jump!
The Warner Bros. panel at San Diego Comic-Con is set to feature some of this year's and next year's most anticipated films. Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim" and Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" are just two of the films included in the presentation, but the movies will actually share more than the stage in common.
You may recall that del Toro was once set to direct the Jackson-produced, two-part prequel to "The Lord of the Rings," but after dropping out of the project, he will now present the film that replaced "The Hobbit" on his schedule.
In the lead-up to the presentation, the two Warner Bros. films each released posters for the event, with the "Pacific Rim" sheet showing off the enormous, robotic Jaegers for the first time.
Comic-Con 2012 is rapidly approaching, and you know what that means: wish lists! Everyone on the MTV Movies team is pumped for a whole host of panels and events this year, but if I'm being honest, it's not the big screen that has me most excited. I'm keeping my eye firmly on the television panels, where "Fringe" will have its last-ever Comic-Con presence; "Game of Thrones" will tease us for season three in all of its gut-wrenching glory; and, if we're all good little boys and girls, we'll get a taste of the sweet blue stuff that is "Breaking Bad." (If that panel shows even an iota of the season five premiere's cold open, I guarantee that people will go up in smoke quicker than Tuco Salamanca's drug den.)
But that's just what I'm looking forward to at Comic-Con this year. Keep reading to find out what all of our friends in the blogosphere can't wait for!
Thank you Entertainment Weekly for getting us even more hyped for Comic-Con than we already were. In addition to the awesome "The Hobbit" images we saw earlier, this week's issue of the magazine also includes a new look at Guillermo del Toro's upcoming film "Pacific Rim."
The first image from the movie introduced us to Idris Elba's character, and now we get to meet those played by Charlie Hunnam and Rinko Kikuchi. Shock Till You Drop uploaded a scan of the image, which shows the two actors getting ready to start up their obsolete robot, Jaeger.