Late-bloomer Twilight fans who weren’t able to watch the first installment of the ‘Twilight Saga’ will have a chance to watch “Twilight” in cinemas – for one day only – before the second movie “New Moon” opens in theaters.
“Twilight,” which has brought in $191.5 million to date domestically, will be re-released on 2,000 screens on November 19th, the day before “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” opens in wide release.
Summit Entertainment said in a statement, “Despite the first film already being on DVD, fans across the nation have been calling out to see the film once again on the big screen, and the studio is honoring their request.”
If you haven’t known already, the movies are based on the best-selling series of young adult novels by Stephanie Meyer.
The Twilight franchise has proven to be a big hit. Not only do the movies and books became best-sellers, the film’s soundtrack has also been proven successful as the soundtrack of “New Moon” has already took the #1 of Billboard’s U.S. pop charts.
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