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"Breaking Dawn Part II" exclusive footage to be featured at San Diego Comic-Con

PanARMENIAN.Net - It is finally confirmed that "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part II" will come to Hall H at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con. Lionsgate/Summit has announced on Monday, June 25 that the final chapter of the "Twilight Saga" film series will be the opening panel in the "halliest of halls," AceShowbiz said.

"We are happy to announce that THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN - PART 2 will be the opening panel in Hall H at ComicCon International in San Diego on Thursday, July 12, 2012," so the studio stated. It has also been fixed that the film will unveil an exclusive footage during the convention.

"Summit Entertainment will present a sneak peek at the highly anticipated conclusion of The Twilight Saga films," the studio added. "This is a must-see for fans intereseted in the story's final chapter, who will be shown exclusive footage from THE TWILIGHT SAGA BREAKING DAWN - PART 2 and treated to a cast and filmmaker Q&A session providing details on the epic finale."

In its statement, the studio also announced that "Breaking Dawn II" will be present at the Summit Entertainment booth on the convention floor. "Those who stop by will have the chance to attend autograph signings, participate in contests and collect free giveaways all weekend long," so the studio said.

This year's Comic-Con will run from July 11 to 15. In addition to "Breaking Dawn II", Lionsgate/Summit is expected to bring "The Expendables 2" and "Dredd" to Hall H. However, no confirmation has been made on the two movies' panels.

The studio will release "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn II" in the United States on November 16.

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