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Robert PattinsonSo, in case you haven't heard, Thursday's "Twilight" panel at Comic-Con was a huge honkin' success. And just moments before Stephenie Meyer, Kristen Stewart and all the rest went on stage, I got together with the stars in a private room upstairs to interview people like Robert Pattinson But since Hall H was the hardest ticket at Comic-Con to obtain, you might be wondering how I was able to get from one place to another in mere moments.

The answer is simple: "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure."

Do you remember that classic scene where Pee-Wee is trying to get onto the Warner Bros. lot to get his bicycle back? As he's trying to figure out a plan to get past security, he sees the immortal Milton Berle walking towards the gate with a huge entourage. After a moment of inspiration, he jumps into the small group and pretends to laugh at Berle's jokes while they all walk on in together. Instant access. Read More...

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So did "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson keep his promise to ignore our guest blogger Laura Culpepper if he saw her on the gold carpet? Well, you'll have to watch the video below to find out, along with Kim Stolz's interview with the pair, PLUS see more pics of the stars of the film hitting our gold carpet for the Movie Awards preshow.

(After the jump, Laura's "Twilight" reunion, plus pics from the preshow!) Read More...

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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in 'Twilight'We know, we know: When you're a Twilighter, there's only one thing that bites harder than Stephenie Meyer's vampires -- and that's being in the U.K. or Canada on a Twilight Tuesday.

It's a long, complicated matter of copyright that I'd love to explain to you -- but there's a good reason why Larry didn't go to law school. Instead, I feel your pain every time we post cool new "Twilight" videos like this one, this one, or this one, and our friends in a few international territories get that dreaded "Not accessible outside the U.S." message.

So, for all of you screaming "Egads, governor!" or "Take off, eh!" I have some very good news. When we premiere the First! Scene! Ever! From "Twilight" at the MTV Movies Awards pre-show (7:30 pm ET) this Sunday, millions of people all over the world will be able to share in our first taste of blood, romance and Robert Pattinson. Read More...

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Robert PattinsonIn the Stephenie Meyer novel "Twilight," many scenes compete for the most romantic moment, but many agree that the winner is when Edward Cullen sits down at a piano and plays a heartfelt song written for his love Bella.

With the film version on its way, an army of fans have been lobbying Meyer and director Catherine Hardwicke on the songs they think should be used as "Bella's Lullaby." Now, we finally have an answer – and as life imitates art, it should get Twilighters squealing in anticipation.

"Yes, it does exist in the movie," Kristen Stewart told me while I was interviewing her and Robert for the article that just went live here, on the topic of "Bella's Lullaby." "And cutely enough, Rob is writing it on the piano as we speak." Read More...

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You’ve watched the brand-spankin’ new set visit video so many times that “I don’t know; they’ve got brooms!” is your new personal catchphrase. You’ve read so much about Stephenie Meyer’s cameo in the “Twilight” film that you’ll know exactly where to look for her come December 12. Maybe you’ve even posted some very nice things about yours truly, which I completely appreciate — although let’s be honest, MTV Movies Blog reader “Lyndsay”: a “worldwide Larry Carroll Appreciation Day” just seems to be shooting a tad high. Hell, I doubt my wife would even celebrate it. Read More...

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The cast of 'Twilight'Over the last few weeks, you've been reading our "Twilight" interviews with Kristen Stewart, Rachelle Lefevre, Anna Kendrick and Ashley Greene. You've been following all the bloodsucking casting news, controversies, and photos. You've even been voting on whether you're a Twi-Hard or a Twilighter.

Now, it's your turn to ask the questions.

Very soon, MTV News will be speaking with all the key members of the highly-anticipated vampires-in-high-school flick. If you've ever dreamt of stepping into rainy Forks, Washington and having a conversation with the sweet, sexy and sometimes sinful residents of the bestselling books, this is your chance. Here are a few of the stars we aim to speak with: Read More...

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Kristen StewartArticle by Alexandra Gambardella

"Harry Potter" did it for wizards, "Lord of the Rings" won big for hobbits, and "Narnia" brought it home for the talking woodland creatures. But can a soon-to-shoot movie similarly turn the creaky film cliché of vampires into the next multimillion-dollar fantasy flick franchise?

"The movie is called 'Twilight,'" 17-year-old "Into the Wild" actress Kristen Stewart beamed when we recently spoke to her. "['Lords of Dogtown' filmmaker] Catherine Hardwicke is directing it in Washington. It's based on a book that's pretty popular [among] young adult, high school kids." Read More...

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Kristen WiigYou've been to Disney World, ridden all the rides at Six Flags. The staff at Universal City know you by name. So where's an intrepid, theme park enthusiast to go next? Why, to "Adventureland," of course, the new amusement destination featured in director Greg Mottola's "Superbad" follow-up.

Just make sure you bring a copy of your life insurance, joked co-star Kristen Wiig.

"A lot of times towns will have the really great amusement park," she smiled. "And then they'll have the kind of scary one where you really don't want to go on the rides because you're afraid you might be killed. Read More...

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