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Teenage girls are a scary bunch, which is perhaps why the "Twilight" series is so popular. The "Twilight" portion of the Summit Entertainment panel at San Diego's Comic-Con on Thursday was predominantly filled with female fans, who screamed as "New Moon" director Chris Weitz, Ashley Greene, Kristin Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson took to the stage the latter two got plenty of "I love you" screams.
Two scenes from the upcoming film were shown at the panel, one where Stewart's Bella and Lautner's Jacob take a motorcycle ride with much sexual tension and the other where Greene's Alice drives Bella through the streets of Rome to stop Pattinson's Edward a vampire from revealing himself to the city.
Much high-pitched screaming accompanied both clips. Weitz also revealed that there was more CGI and intense action sequences in "New Moon," and that Lautner did most of his own stunts, except for the ones that his insurance company forbade him to.
When asked by a fan how he had grown from "Twilight," much-loved Pattinson revealed that it was like "walk[ing] down the street and you just step on a stone. . . . And you're just trying not to drown afterward. That's my life."