Which Celebrities, Movies and TV Shows Won Comic-Con on Twitter?

Mockingjay, DC Comics get people talking

Jennifer Lawrence doesn't tweet. But her fans sure do.

"The idea of Twitter is so unthinkable to me," the star told the BBC last fall. Still, people using the hashtag #SDCC at this year's Comic-Con made the star and her newest film, Mockingjay Part 2, the last in the Hunger Games saga, the most-Tweeted-about celebrity and movie, respectively.

A trio of Warner Bros. and DC Comics films finished in the top 5: Batman v Superman (No. 2), Suicide Squad (No. 4) and Justice League (No. 5), which isn't coming out until 2017. The upcoming Star Wars film nabbed the No. 3 spot.

The CW had three of the most tweeted-about TV shows with Arrow (No. 2), Supernatural (No. 3) and The Vampire Diaries (No. 5). But ABC's Once Upon a Time was the most-tweeted about show.

Supernatural stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles were the second and third most-tweeted-about celebrities, respectively, with Misha Collins and Dylan Sprayberry rounding out the top five.

Below is a snapshot of the conversation on Twitter, peaking after popular events at the four-day festival. Click here for the full interactive graphic.