The popular Comic Book convention was revisited by several notable stars in San Diego this past weekend. Stars including Justin Timberlake, Steven Spielberg, Amanda Seyfried, and Peter Jackson met a multitude of devoted fans at Comic Con 2011. Among the VIPs at this years convention was the "Twilight" gang promoting the last film in the series: "Breaking Dawn." Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, and Robert Pattinson dish on what to look forward to in the next film out this fall!
The trailer reveals the wedding of Bella and Edward. Unfortunately, filming the cermony was not as romantic as it may seem on the big screen. "The wedding was secret-service style. It was insane. The crew was completely inconvenienced and grumbling around set,"said Stewart at the convention. "You don't understand what this means to us," she told the security team. "If this dress gets on the Internet, I'll die." After the wedding, the newlywed love birds go off to their honeymoon where they can freely...be alone. Hollywood heartthrob, Robert Pattinson, expressed his anxieties with filming the intimate honeymoon scenes. "The thing I was most nervous about was taking my shirt off...I don't want to get anyone's hopes up, I look like an inflatable frankfurter in some of those [scenes]."
Later, Bella learns she is pregnant with some kind of weird, monster child--half vampire and half human. Stewart expressed the oddity of having to "birth" a baby that did not look warm and fuzzy...in fact, she likened the child to that of Chuckie from "Child's Play." "We had an animatronic baby, the scene where [Bella] had to be introduced to the baby for the first time," Pattinson explained. "[It] looked like a little troll on a stick."
The older version of this Chuckie-like child is played by 10 year old Mackenzie Foy. However, she is not featured in Part 1 of "Breaking Dawn," she is only in Part 2. The character's name is Renesmee and she shares serveral scenes with Jacob played by Taylor Lautner. "The great thing with Mackenzie is she is the nicest girl," he said. "She's so outgoing. Everybody on that set loved her. She's really talented. I can't wait for everyone to see her..." Lautner said.
"I'm super proud of the movie. I think everybody's really happy with it. It's great to be back at Comic-Con because we weren't here for 'Eclipse,' so it's been a little while, so I can't wait to see all the fans again," Lautner continued.
"Breaking Dawn" was a lot of fun to film and will definitely be a thrill for us viewers. Catch the film on November 18!