It's almost here, folks. We get that the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards are all about the music, but we here at MTV Movies Blog can't wait to see the exclusive new footage from "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" that will be premiered during the awards show tomorrow.
To help ease the wait (24 hours can be a long time), we've debut a sneak peek at the new trailer we'll be seeing when the VMAs air live starting at 8 p.m. ET/PT. There are Volturi. There's an angry werewolf. There's Alice seeing a not-so-great future for her brother and sister-in-law. And, of course, there's Bella and Edward, doing whatever they can to save their daughter Renesmee. What more could a "Twilight" fan ask for? Well, maybe for the entire movie to show during the VMAs instead of just a trailer, but beggars can't be choosers.
Remember that part in "Twilight" when Bella ate a slice of Edward's cake and got really mad because it was his most bestest creation?
No? That might be because we've been watching this new Bad Lip Reading video that reinterprets the first "Twilight" movie," and now we're mixing up the versions.
The hilarious video (via Screen Crush) plugs brand new dialogue into some of the movie's most famous scenes, but you might not notice since the lip movements match up so well.
Check out the video after the jump!
Robert Pattinson didn't always lust for blood. Taylor Lautner only recently started removing his shirt all the time. Granted Kristen Stewart usually runs her fingers through her hair and bites her lip, but not always as Bella.
Believe it or not, the stars of "Twilight" do act in other movies. In fact, the most forward thinking Cullen, Ashley Greene has "The Apparition" out this week.
So in honor of the Ashley Greene movie that doesn't involve fangs, here are our favorite movies starring the cast of "Twilight."
Even if Robert Pattinson is in the process of establishing the post-"Twilight" portion of his career, "Breaking Dawn – Part 2" is still a few months away, and promoting the final film in the series will mean a lot of reminiscing from the star.
During "MTV First: Robert Pattison," the 26-year-old actor said that he has no problem getting all nostalgic about the series that made him a household name.
"It's an amazing experience," he said. "It's a huge chunk of my life, and the end of the movie, the last few scenes, kind of look back at the whole series. It's so sweet."
"The Twilight Saga" has such a huge presence at San Diego Comic-Con because of its passionate fans, and the actors in it know it.
When MTV News caught up with the cast on the "Breaking Dawn: Part 2" press line, they couldn't stop talking about how much the fan support means for them. This is "Twilight's" fourth and final Comic-Con, and their fans have only become more and more fervent as the years have passed.
"Being able to share with these guys, the fans, [they] are an ever-present, motivating, reassuring thing," Kristen Stewart said. "It's really nice, but when they're actually physically in front of you, if you can get over the blast of energy that's thrown at you, it's the most amazing shared energy thing. They're just as invested in it as I am, and to see that is mind-blowing. I love it."
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 MTV NEWS
This November, "The Twilight Saga" will come to an end, and with the newest teaser trailer for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," it looks like it's going out with a bang.
As the Volturi get wind of little Renesmee Cullen from a resentful Maggie Grace, new vampire Bella Cullen must do whatever it takes to protect her family, and that involves introducing a lot of new vampires, including Lee Pace and Rami Malek.
We also get a fuller look at vampire Bella, who as Jacob says, like just like regular Bella. Renesmee, on the other hand, has stayed mostly hidden, aside from the fact that she was on the cover of Entertainment Weekly last week.
What did you think of the teaser trailer for "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2"? Let us know in the comments below and on Twitter!
If you read any of the reviews or box office reports from this weekend's reign of "The Hunger Games," you no doubt read some comparisons to "The Twilight Saga." Both are based on a series of YA novels with female leads, but how apt are those comparisons?
We've taken a look at the key elements of the two series and stacked them up against each other. It turns out that they are inherently different stories, despite what you've read this past weekend.
The similarities shared by "Twilight" and "The Hunger Games" begin with the actual novels behind the multi-million dollar franchises. Both Stephenie Meyer and Suzanne Collins struck gold with their first-person narrated novels, told from a young woman's point of view, and aimed at the young adult quadrant of readers. Meyer's books fell victim to complaints about poor writing from the outset, while Collins' trilogy puts the emphasis more on action and cliffhangers, instead of character-centered, supernatural melodrama.
The MTV Movie Brawl 2012 is officially on! After the initial play-in, wild card and Sweet 16 rounds, only eight movies remain to compete in a series of head-to-head single elimination matches in our March Madness-style bracket. In the end, only one of these flicks can be crowned the can't-miss movie of the year, and the choice is entirely up to YOU. Which movie will win the brawl for it all? Vote at MTV Movies Blog and make your choice known!
If you thought the choice between "Cosmopolis" and "Bel Ami" was difficult, it gets worse. Robert Pattinson fans were literally divided in half with the seemingly impossible decision, ultimately voting the David Cronenberg thriller into the Elite Eight by only three votes. Not exactly a wide margin!
Still, if it was that hard to choose between two indie Pattinson projects, how can fans possibly pick between "Cosmopolis" and the final round of the "Twilight" films? On the one hand, "Cosmopolis" represents the next stage in Rob's career, a life after "Twilight." On the other hand… it's "Breaking Dawn," guys! The grand finale! It's what we've all been waiting for! Not an easy decision, to say the least, but it's a decision that needs to be made all the same. Good luck, voters — you're going to need it.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, there were no sexy vampires whose skin sparkled in the sunlight--and that's exactly how some fans prefer it. A new, unexpected rivalry seems to be heating up between two science fiction franchises against the "Twilight" series, and the person leading the charge is an equally unexpected party.
Get details on that new feud and more as we look around the blogosphere today!