Once word got out about our exclusive Comic-Con Q&A with the cast of "Breaking Dawn," fans took to Twitter in droves to ask for the inside scoop on everything from behind-the-scenes gossip to the vampire stars' preferred brand of body glitter! But when we sat down with Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz, there were two questions that really stood out...and garnered a couple surprising answers.
First on the list: a "Breaking Dawn" blooper reel! Is this an Actual Thing we might see on the DVD?
Sadly, the stars couldn't confirm—but if there is such a reel, Ashley knows exactly which behind-the-scenes shenanigans she'd most like to see on it:
"We kind of pulled a prank on the director," she explained. "The whole entire extended cast—like, every vampire coven—decided to plan out this dance, and do it instead of doing the scene."
Let's face it, Damon Salvatore (Ian Somerhalder) is no white knight. Sure, he's saved his fair share of damsels in distress (we're looking at you, Elena!), but when it comes down to it, we all know he'd rather be biting their necks. Yet, with Stefan (Paul Wesley) enjoying a ride on the dark side in season three of "Vampire Diaries," will Damon be forced into the role of a hero?
We caught up with Ian during Comic-Con, we got all the deets on a potentially kinder, gentler Damon and what it will mean for his relationship (or lack thereof) with Elena (Nina Dobrev).
"I would say anti-hero," Ian mused (instantly making us feel better because we prefer our Damon with a little edge!). Ian explained that Stefan's decision to ditch the good guy role in favor of wreaking havoc with Klaus (Joseph Morgan), will cause a lot of headaches for Damon.
In Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight Saga" finale "Breaking Dawn," Alice Cullen once again puts her inner stylist to work, dressing and making up Bella for her wedding day (not to mention packing all those naughty unmentionables for the honeymoon!). So it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise that Alice's real-life alter ego, Ashley Greene, also had a hand in the wedding's fashionable outcome.
"We all worked really hard on [the wedding]. Everything was kind of a collaboration, even the dresses and the design and stuff like that," Ashley told MTV News during San Diego Comic-Con. "Bill and I would sit down and talk about it, and what he had in mind, so I'm very excited to see that."
When our Josh Horowitz inquired as to what Ashley's contribution was to the film's fabulous dresses, Ashley revealed that she tried to work her character's history into her look.
It's been a busy few days for the MTV News crew covering 2011 San Diego Comic-Con, but fortunately our hours of "hard work" constitute chatting up the sexiest and most buzzworthy stars in the biz (meaning it's not really that hard at all).
With scrumptious scoop flying left and right all weekend, there's a chance something really great may have passed you by, so here's a rundown of our favorite interviews from the Con:
"The Amazing Spider-Man" Star Andrew Garfield
He won our hearts when we asked about the body type required for his scrappy superhero. Turns out he put a lot of effort into convincing director Marc Webb to not have Spider-Man flaunt Captain America-sized muscles.
"I love the idea of a skinny guy beating the crap out of big guys, just as a personal fantasy fulfillment for myself," he said with a laugh. "I think a lot of skinny guys and skinny girls like me are going to hopefully watch a skinny guy in a red and blue suit beating the crap out of big guys and really enjoy that."
It looks like Rachel, Finn and Kurt won't be booking one-way tickets out of Lima, Ohio, upon graduating at the end of "Glee"'s third season, as was previously reported.
The news out of Comic-Con this weekend, according to Deadline, is that Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer will remain on the Fox musical series even though their characters are set to receive diplomas.
"Here’s the exact thing: They’re seniors. They’re graduating. But that doesn’t mean they’re leaving the show," series co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk said. "It was never our intention or plan to let these people go... They are not done with the show after this season."
Though the "Breaking Dawn" insanity ended relatively early during 2011's San Diego Comic-Con, getting a chance to chat with the majority of the fan-favorite cast was certainly among the high points of our coverage.
And in true "Twilight Saga" fashion, everyone from Robert Pattinson to director Bill Condon gave us some one-liners worth giggling over. A lube reference? Check. Falling in love with newborn babies? Check. Renaming the movie "Twilight Grows Up"? You betcha. So in case you missed any of our coverage over the past week, here's a handy list of our seven favorite quotes from the franchise's stars!
FROM MTVGEEK: Teen Wolf stars Tyler Posey, Crystal Reed, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden and Colton Haynes, along with executive producer Jeff Davis and Director/co-executive producer Russell Mulcahy, were at San Diego Comic-Con 2011 to talk about the popular new series and show exclusive footage.
Here are some highlights from the panel:
* While season one is wrapping up on August 15th, a new season has been green lit. On Monday night's episode, we'll also learn the identity of The Alpha.
* We also saw a sizzle reel from the remaining four episodes of the current season.
* When the Tylers took the stage, the crowd erupted into a thousand girls' screams (the room only seated 425, by the way).
* Hoechlin says that the big change between this Comic-Con and the last is that people know who they are now.
* On their favorite episodes, Mulchahy spoke about the way the series accelerates. Hoechlin and Crystal say their favorite was episode 3, while Posey says his involved a scene where he and Crystal got to make out. Actually, everyone's favorite scenes seemed to involve shirtlessness and making out.
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There's been a lot of anticipation to see Bella Swan's wedding dress in "Breaking Dawn," and according to Kristen Stewart, it took a heck of effort to keep it that way.
"The wedding was secret service style. It was insane. The crew was completely inconvenienced and grumbling around set," she said at the "Breaking Dawn" press conference at San Diego Comic-Con. She made sure to let them know she was thankful, saying, "You don't understand what this means to us, if this dress gets on the Internet I'll die."
Apparently there was a bit of a close call during the filming of the big scene where the wedding dress was almost caught by snooping cameras.
Lea Michele knows there's no place like home. The 24-year-old "Glee" star is lending her signature pipes to the 3D animated musical "Dorothy of Oz," and we have an EXCLUSIVE look at her adorably drawn alter ego!
Based on the novel by Roger Stanton Baum—the great-grandson of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" author L. Frank Baum—"Dorothy of Oz" picks up right where the classic tale ends, with Dorothy returning to a deeply damaged Kansas (thanks to that darn tornado!). But she isn't home for long before she's magically transported back to Oz, where things aren't so great either. Her friends the Scarecrow, Tin Man and (formerly Cowardly) Lion have all disappeared, and she must find them.
Welcome to the third day of "MTV News: Comic-Con Takeover" coming to you straight from San Diego! This week we've already brought you live chats with the cast of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" and "In Time" (you know, hotties Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried). And today at Comic-Con, we're sitting down with your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield) and lady love Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) to get the scoop on their web-slinging adventure. Also on tap? Eliza Dushku and Hugh Jackman!
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