First 7 Minutes of 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' Screen at Comic-Con (Spoiler Alert: It's Nuts)

Caution: SPOILER ALERT concerning the first seven minutes of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2."

The throngs of Twihards who showed up to this year's Comic-Con expected to see some clips from the movie. What they got was even better than a few isolated clips of the more boring moments (like they got last year)... they got the first seven minutes of the movie.

If you were concerned about a lack of action after "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" and it's mostly chatty, drawn-out plot, it seems that you have nothing to worry about as far as "Breaking Dawn Part 2" is concerned. The first seven minutes involve some cliff scaling and the grisly death of an unassuming mountain lion.

Yes, a mountain lion.

But let's start at the beginning: the movie picks up where the last one left off, with Bella's red eyes opening and her new life as a vampire beginning. Her new, sharpened senses show her new details of the world around her, including sounds from the forest and bits of the Cullen's wallpaper. I guess, as a vampire, she's more acutely aware of interior design choices.

Apparently the most important thing to do, before seeing Renesmee, is to hunt, because that's exactly what Edward tells Bella they have to do. What follows is quite possibly the most over-the-top sequence in the "Twilight" franchise, as Bella (in a very nice blue dress and expertly done makeup, mind you) crashes through the woods with Edward.

She sees a deer, but then smells a human hiker and runs up an entire mountain to presumably go drain him like a blood-filled Capri Sun pouch, before Edward stops her and reminds her that yes, she's a vegetarian vampire, and no, humans are not okay to eat.

Deer are okay to eat apparently, but instead of going for the deer, Bella intercepts a mountain lion that is leaping at the deer, catches and wrestles it in mid-air, and then brings it to the ground and eats it like a slice of furry watermelon.

Edward compliments his vampire bride on her self-control on turning down the delicious human, and the two return to the house, where Bella meets up with Jacob and notes, "you really do stink."

The clip is not available yet, but as soon as its released (or some cleverly sneaky fan who recorded it uploads it), we'll be sure to post it for you so that you can enjoy the craziness of the whole thing.