Thursday, July 24, 2008

Comic Con: News Galore!

Since there is more news on Twilight at Comic Con than I even thought possible, I'm squeezing several updates into one post. Here we go:

Spout Blog recaps of what happened with the Twilight Panel (as well as Push and Knowing, but who cares about those? :P) in an article here.
LA Times goes through the various, er, interesting questions asked by screeching Twilighters for the stars right here.
MTV also has an article on the cast's responses to the wild queries here.
IGN documented everything about the exclusive preview of James attacking Bella in the ballet studio and then Edward, the vampire in shining armor, coming to rescue her and it's all here. According to a variety of sources, this preview is longer and includes more of the action going down in the ballet studio scene. Whoo!
Shock Till You Drop has some audio interviews with the cast and director of the Twilight movie right here. For some reason they wouldn't load on my computer at the moment, so I haven't heard them yet. But I'm sure they're wonderful.
Finally (at least, for now *_*) Film School rejects had the privelege of talking to Stephenie Meyer, Catherine Hardwicke, Robert Pattinson, Rachelle LeFevre, Taylor Lautner, and Edi Gathegi. See what they had to say here. Robert impresses again with his in-depth knowledge of the true Edward Cullen - and the lucky fool got to read Stephenie's draft of Midnight Sun. Stephenie is ecastatic about how the film adapatation of her precious book is coming together. Both her and Catherine want to turn New Moon into a movie, too!

Phew! *wipes sweat from brow* News, news, and more news. It's so exciting to see how enthusiastic everyone is becoming over thie movie. Only five more months to wait...

All the latest Comic Con news is right here. There's probably more to come, so keep your eyes peeled!

Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, Midnight Sun, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, vampire, Edward Cullen, Bella Swan, Twilight Movie, Stephenie Meyer, Edward's point of view

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