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Twilight — the latest pic

posted by Nell Minow

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This movie is going to be amazing!



  • http://www.mamarazziknowsbest.com Suzette

    Yes it will be! When 13 year olds are reading 400 plus page-turners in record breaking time, it’s a good indicator of the popularity the Twilight phenomenon will have. Should we buy our movie tickets ahead of time?

  • Nell Minow

    Yes you should! Here’s the latest from Fandango:
    Twilight doesn’t open for another three weeks (on November 21), but fans are already scooping up advance tickets for the film at http://www.fandango.com/twilighttickets. In a recent survey, Twilight was voted by Fandango moviegoers as the most anticipated film of the season.*
    According to a current Fandango survey of more than 5,000 moviegoers interested in buying Twilight tickets:
    * 92% of respondents say they’ll see Twilight on opening weekend;
    * 85% say they plan to see the film more than once;
    * 56% are planning to see the movie with a group of friends;
    * 97% have read the novel by Stephenie Meyer;
    * 86% would be interested in visiting the locations where the movie was filmed;
    * 95% of the respondents to the survey are female;
    * 42% of respondents are 25 or older; 58% are younger than 25.
    Fandango is giving Twilight fans a chance to see the sites and sounds of the film first-hand, with a sweepstakes that takes the winner and one lucky guest on an adventure in the Pacific Northwest , the film’s scenic backdrop. For sweepstakes details, visit http://www.fandango.com/sweepstakes/twilight.

  • autumn

    go twilight

  • dominique

    My mom wants to know if Twilight is appropriat for me. I am 10.

  • Nell Minow

    I am going to write my review shortly and it will have a lot of information about the movie so that should give your mother what she needs to make a decision.

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