'Twilight' films back in theaters for one-night only


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To increase buzz for the Nov. 18 release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part I (because you know there really isn’t enough), Summit Entertainment has partnered with NCM Fathom to bring the first three films in the Twilight Saga back into theaters for one-night engagements called Twilight Saga Tuesdays.” You can revisit Twilight on Nov. 1, The Twilight Saga: New Moon on Nov. 8, and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse on Nov. 15. You’ll find a link to participating theaters here. All shows will begin at 7:30 p.m. local time. Also promised: “Exclusive introductions from the cast members, compelling interviews with the stars answering the questions that Twilight Saga aficionados have always wanted answered and amazing clips from the many fan fests over the years.”

My question: Which of these movies would you actually pay to see again in theaters? Poll! 

Read more:
‘Breaking Dawn — Part 1′ trailer: Wedding! Feathers! Life-threatening hybrid baby! It’s all here!
‘Twilight': A hater’s guide
‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon': A Hater’s Guide
‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse': A hater’s guide

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  • Johanna

    You know men when it comes to Twilight, they become such little babies!
    Woooo! Breaking Dawn is going to be huge! I’ll be going on opening night with all the girls! Let’s go girls!
    Treated myself to a Thai massage today that felt sooo good and afterwards, people kept stopping me on the street to say, ‘Oh my God, you’re glowing.’

    • ^

      johanna: youre the strangest of all the trolls

    • I love Johanna…

      … at least she’s not saying: “America loves crap.”

  • angel

    NONE! last year was torture went i had to go with my friends to the midnight screening…was there around seven to see T1, T2…then twilight 3…/shoots self

    • girl

      Did your friends put a gun to your head, tie you up and carry you in the theater??? Just wondering because if you didn’t really want to go you didn’t HAVE to.

  • Hollywood Plant

    I can’t wait!

  • AAR

    I won’t pay money to see them again, but I’ll go see Breaking Dawn. But at noon on a Wednesday, to avoid the screaming teen girls. And, you know, anyone else I might know…

    • Stacie

      Word up. I don’t necessarily love these movies but I do like to participate in pop culture.

      • A

        So you’re going to pay $10 just to participate in pop culture?

      • Stacie

        Gift card, duh!

    • CM

      Same here. I avoid opening weekend at ALL costs. I’ll check out Breaking Dawn on a Monday at 11am for only $5.

  • Tony

    Watching A twilight movie in theaters is pretty much like Taking your Neice to a Justin Bieber Concert, Little Tweens going Crazy over Pale Vampires and Shirtless wolves, Plus Crapy acting? The horror…

    • StewyFan

      Depends on when you go. For the adult Twilight fans, go to a morning viewing. It’s really not rocket science.

    • @Tony

      Tony, if I were you, I’d invest on some English grammar classes, instead of wasting your time bashing films you hate.

  • Katie Jennings

    I saw the first Twilight movie with my boyfriend when it was released even though I knew nothing about Twilight. I was overwhelmed. It was orgasmic. When I have a craving for something, I just can’t hold myself back. Robert Pattinson is a wonderful guy, extremely handsome, and has an accent. For all you guys out there, Twilight turns women on. All you have to do is take us to see a Twilight movie to satisfy us. Also, be headstrong. Girls like strong men that aren’t afraid to show their true feelings at times. We need to know you’re reliable, say what you mean, and will always take care of us.

    • Um

      You went to the movie with your boyfriend and had an orgasm just watching some pasty-faced, sparkly vampire? I hope he dumped your silly butt that night and got a real woman who lives her own life and not vicariously through wimpy fictional heroines.

    • Um

      And no, as a woman, Twilight does not turn me on. But hey, if you like adolescents, that’s fine.

  • MWeyer

    The only way I’d pay to watch these is if the Rifftrax guys are there for their brilliant mockery of this garbage.

    • dfsd


  • Uhhm

    Watching Twilight is like paying $7.50 for a nap.

  • Trysta

    I love how people are so quick to hate on the Twilight stuff. Hello, if you don’t enjoy the movies or the books and have nothing to contribute to the discussions, don’t click on the link to the story.
    Personally, I went the the Twilogy showing when Eclipse was released and fully intend to hit the marathon again if my local theater shows it.

    • Um

      Twilogy? Seriously? You need to get a life. And people comment on things they don’t like all the time. Grow up and get over it.

    • Jazz

      “Twilogy” hahaha

    • Steph

      Twilogy? Oh my gosh. That is so sad, lol.

  • LOL

    America loves crap.

    • Shay

      In this case I can’t argue with ya.

  • Jane D’oh

    It’s a shame that the people behind “Twilight” don’t have enough faith in their target audience to trust that they’ll remember the storyline of three films.

  • Pookie


  • Prof

    I recently caught New Moon on tv and it wasn’t half as bad as I remember from the theater. I guess the same will happen if and when I catch Eclipse.

    However, I would only pay again for Twilight. It was okayish.

  • Whatever

    @LOL, don’t know how to break this to you but these films are a WORLDWIDE phenomenon encompassing nations and cultures.
    @Um, Twilight detractors are just as loud as it’s supporters. Nothing strange about over the top enthusiasm for something you love. But yeah, it is odd the ranting and raving over something that so many apparently hate. Why spend one moment of your life on something you can’t stand? It’s much stranger behavior than that of the ardent fans. I guess Twilight must be important somehow because, pro or con, it sure has struck a nerve.
    And let’s put the myth to bed. This story may have been written for teenagers and they’re the ones who show up and scream, but the core audience here is adult women. With upwards of a 100 million books and over a billion dollars in movie tickets sold, there aren’t enough teenage girls on the planet to put up those kinds of numbers. Love it or loath it, this story and the characters of Edward Cullen and Isabella Swan have become iconic legends. And why this bugs the crap out of people I don’t understand. Don’t like it? Ignore it. There are plenty of other options out there for your entertainment dollar.

  • nosheen

    Twilight series are unique movies,mean to say,such kinda true love is rare today,(rather extinct).A love that can drive and the mind and controls too,nothing else.the guy is a vampire but he loves a human deeply, the girl is a human but she’s not scared of a vampire !!!!ready to give away her life for him…..! such love story is a satire in modern society,where people have no hearts no soul,just BODY .its a truly a fairy tale ….and i love to watch it 100 times.

    • Steph

      Yes, because every girl should be like Bella Swan. When a guy breaks her heart, she withdrwas from society, doesn’t shower for days, and says she can;t breathe without the guy.
      What a positive relationship.

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