Lautner, Mackenzie Foy, Stewart, and Pattinson (Michael Buckner/Getty Images)
It's really the ending, guys. The cast of "Twilight" made its final appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday. Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and the rest reminisced about their time with the franchise. Stewart even teased the ending of it all. It's "very emotional, a bit of a wrap-up," she said. "I've seen it four times, and I've cried every time." The 22-year-old confessed that, although she's done many other projects, she doesn't mind being known for this one. "If people call me 'the Twilight girl' and mean it, that's the biggest compliment. Pigeonhole me. That means I did it right," said Stewart, whose character Bella is a vampire in the last flick. "It's thrown me into the greatest position. Now I'm allowed to challenge myself the way I want to instead of falling into things."
Robert Pattinson, KStew's on- and off-screen love, referred to rumors that "Twilight" will be rebooted with a new, presumably even younger cast. "I pity the person who takes my part," Pattinson joked. "I would make a campaign against them."
The conversation turned a little racy when Stewart described her love scenes with Pattinson. "We tried to keep the first ['Breaking Dawn'] sweet. Nothing about this series is raunchy," she said. "In the second one, we just wanted to be animals."
Of course, thousands of "Twilight" fans were on hand to say goodbye to the actors. Some of them had waited in line since Sunday! (Sadly, one fan, 53-year-old Gisela Gagliardi from NYC, was even killed when the line for the "Twilight" event was moved on Tuesday.)
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