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Rob Pattinson Sets Off Wild Fan Frenzy at Comic-Con!!!

Jul. 24 2009, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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Rob-mania took over The Twilight Experience on Thursday in San Diego when practically the entire New Moon cast did a Q&A session at a small screening of the original movie. has the exclusive video from the insane event.

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Looking like they were having a great time, Rob Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Nikki Reed, Ashley Greene, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser all made the surprise appearance for the fans who spent the night outside the theater waiting for just a glimpse of their Twilight favorites

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In his traditional plaid shirt a sexy smiling Rob took the mike first and  took the pandemonium around him in stride.  Putting a twist on the traditional interview format, Pattinson picked a fan out of the crowd and asked HER a question in his charming British accent.  "What is the weirdest thing you've ever been asked by a fan?" The crowd responded with screams!

Stewart, wearing a very Joan Jett outfits of jeans, a t-shirt, and red Converse sneaker asked her co-star Nikki Reed "were you worried about meeting the expectations of the characters?"

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Despite chants of "take your shirt off," buff Lautner kept his plaid one on and answered New Moon, when asked what his favorite movie to film was.

Watch as Rob asks Rachelle Lefevre a question, Facinelli hams it up for the crowd but be careful - the hysterical fan screams are deafening!



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