On Thursday, the "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2" cast participated in a press conference at the Hilton Bayfront Hotel in San Diego to coincide with Comic-Con. The press conference was held in an effort to drum up support for the new "Twilight" film, which you (A) already have tickets for or (B) will never, ever see.
Over the course of the press conference, here are the ten things HuffPost Entertainment learned from the cast of "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2."
Stephenie Meyer thinks of the cast of "Twilight" as her imaginary friends.
While recounting the first time that Meyer met the cast of "Twilight" at a dinner, she stated that they all had just come from shooting and were still wearing their costumes. Or, as Meyer puts it, "All dressed as my imaginary friends."
First impressions last a lifetime.
When Kristen Stewart was asked what her first impressions were of Robert Pattinson, she responded, "I liked his pants."
Robert Pattinson has an idea for the next "Twilight" book.
"Edward and Bella get divorced," Pattinson said, while, in one fell swoop deflating the hearts of millions. Continuing, Pattinson envisions the story becoming, "a 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith' thing." (Related: This would be the first "Twilight" movie that I would pay to see.)
Stephenie Meyer has no plans to continue writing about Bella Swan.
"Bella's story is told," Meyer said, quite convincingly. Though, she did hint at stories involving Renesmee, Bella and Edward's daughter. "There's a reason this lovely lady was was created," said Meyers as she put her arm around Mackenzie Foy, who plays Renesmee in "Breaking Dawn Part 2."
We have no idea what Robert Pattinson really thinks of a possible "Twilight" reboot.
When asked, at first, Pattinson welcomed the idea ("I would love to see that") as Taylor Lautner nodded in agreement. But then Pattinson quickly started joking,"I would make a campaign against them," in reference to the next actor to play Edward. Though, something gave me the impression that he wasn't entirely joking.
Kristen Stewart is not a fan of the MPAA.
Stewart, who seemed quite jovial for most of the press conference did become a little ornery when the subject of ratings were brought up after being asked if "Breaking Dawn Part 2" would have more "vampire sex."
"We're supposed to have mind-boggling, other worldly sex," Stewart noted about the first "Breaking Dawn" film. "We tried and they told us it was rated R." Later, she added that "nothing about this series is raunchy" in a none-too-pleased tone.
Everyone loves the first "Twilight" movie the best.
At least, as far as the fun they had on set. It seemed pretty unanimous that "Twilight" was the most enjoyable project to film. To what extent remains a bit of a mystery, at least today: Indoor baseball was mentioned and Kellen Lutz strongly hinted that there wasn't as much supervision on the set of the first film, going as far to say that he, Jackson Rathbone and Peter Facinelli had "some good times." Then they all slyly looked at each other and giggled. What does that all mean?
Kellen Lutz realizes he's not a big part of the movies.
Actually, one of the best parts of the press conference is when Lutz went on a long, tongue-in-cheek monologue about just how important every single word is that Emmett Cullen speaks.
Peter Facinelli is a jokester.
In relation to the fandom of "Twilight," the cast was asked what projects they were passionate about. Facinelli deadpanned that "Twilight" was the only thing he's a fan of, and that his entire DVD collection was only made up of "Twilight films" -- which he watches every day. During the same question, Nikki Reed was worried about not coming off as "passionate," but admitted that she's never waited in a line for a blockbuster movie. With no hesitation, Facinelli quipped, "Have you ever waited in a long line at Blockbuster?" At this point, Facinelli was brave enough to admit that he camped out for "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace." (If I had to pick one cast member of "Twilight" to be my friend, I would choose Peter Facinelli.)
When testing the microphones, the person in charge of such things says...
"Twilight, Twilight. One, two, three, four. Twilight, Twilight. One, two, three, four." Admittedly, if this were all anyone in the cast would have said in response to any question, it would have at least made for a much more surreal event.
Mike Ryan is senior entertainment writer for The Huffington Post. He feels like he's already been at Comic-Con for a week. You can contact him directly on Twitter.
Check out reactions to the "Breaking Dawn" footage screened at Comic-Con below