Mark your calendars: in July this year, at Comic-Con, Summit Entertainment will unveil the first ever clip from the upcoming “Twilight” installment, “Breaking Dawn Part 1.” Tickets for the event are already sold out.
However, fans at home who did not get the chance to score one should not despair: if the movie studio doesn’t release the clip online afterwards, it will most certainly reach them through other channels, as it usually happens in such cases.
“This year’s Comic-Con in particular is poised to be perhaps the biggest yet. In a battle of screaming female tweens versus comic book faithful, Summit Entertainment will present new footage and the stars of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1,” BreakingDawnMovie
For fans still hoping to get a chance
of seeing the clip first-hand, that is impossible right now. Tickets have sold out in a matter of hours, and not just because of the “Twilight” flick.
The same report says that 4-day passes at Comic-Con sold out in 3 hours, while 1-day passes also went out like hot cakes.
“Interest in the four-day passes was so intense that even with the outages all were sold through in roughly two-and-a-half hours. Many people who were hoping to make the trek to San Diego and hit up the convention center for Thursday through Sunday had to walk away empty-handed,” BDM writes.
Since the announcement that a clip from “Breaking Dawn” will be shown at Comic-Con, speculation has begun on what that might be.
Most fans and some celebrity bloggers would rather see some footage from Edward and Bella’s honeymoon
, but there are also those more interested in seeing something from towards the end of the film, when Bella learns she’s pregnant.
As fans must already know
(because they say you’re not a Twi-hard unless you’ve also read Stephenie Meyer’s original novels), the fourth book will be divided into two films.
It will continue from where “Eclipse” left off and will present Bella’s life with the vampires – and, in its second part, her death as a human and the birth of her and Edward’s child.