First footage of ‘Breaking Dawn Part I’ will debut at Comic-Con in July
If you’re super excited about Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I and can’t wait till November to see a sneak peek, hope you’ve got your pass for Comic-Con 2011 as the first official sneak peek clip is expected to premiere there in July.
The word in the street is that Summit Entertainment is planning to tease Twi-hards with a special video clip at Comic-Con in San Diego from July 21-24. It’s possible Breaking Dawn‘s lead stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner will visit Comic-Con to present the clip(s) after missing it last year.
The cast are currently filming Breaking Dawn parts I and II in Louisiana. The first part of the last installment is expected in movie theatres on November 18th this year.
In related Twi-news, Robert Pattinson is rumored to appear on the cover of Vanity Fair in one of the upcoming issues. Neither the mag, nor the actor has so far confirmed or denied the rumor.
Graphic designer Jay Melilli was the one to spill the beans via Twitter. In his message he said he’d just finished the Vanity Fair photoshoot with Robert Pattinson and Annie Leibovitz. The tweet was later deleted.
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