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Summit Entertainment Celebrates the Lunar Eclipse with Twilight Night


This in for Summit:

SUMMIT ENTERTAINMENT CELEBRATES THE
LUNAR ECLIPSE WITH “TWILIGHT NIGHT” ON JUNE 26th

12 Nationwide Evening Events to Provide Families, Friends and Fans
the Opportunity to See the First Two Films in
THE TWILIGHT SAGA Under the Stars

Moviefone.com to Live-Stream Twilight Night
Bringing Experience to Fans Everywhere

Los Angeles, CA June 18, 2010 – In celebration of the lunar eclipse on the evening of June 26th, Summit Entertainment is inviting everyone across the nation to “TWILIGHT Night,” a 12-city event including outdoor screenings of TWILIGHT and THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON. The family and community-oriented events are the perfect chance for those new to the film franchise as well as moviegoers in general to immerse themselves in THE TWILIGHT SAGA phenomenon just in time for the highly anticipated theatrical release of THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE, the third installment of Summit Entertainment’s TWILIGHT SAGA film franchise, on June 30th.

The excitement of THE TWILIGHT SAGA will be delivered directly to fans in their hometowns and online with “TWILIGHT Night” special events. Moviefone will live-stream events from Philadelphia and San Diego at www.moviefone.com/twilightnight which will include interviews with cast, fan reactions, special guests and sneak peeks of THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE, allowing those unable to attend to still take part in the celebration. In addition, each event will include special cast member appearances as well as engaging activities to be enjoyed prior to the outdoor evening film screenings, including a red carpet and photo booth, both provided by Moviefone.

For more information about the nationwide screenings and to see if one is in your hometown, visit http://eclipsethemovie.com.

Events are currently scheduled to take place in the following cities and venues. Doors open at 6:00 PM local time in each city. Attendance will be accommodated on a first come, first served basis. See local event information for additional instructions.*

Atlanta
Atlantic Station
171 17th St NW
Atlanta, GA

Dallas
AT&T Plaza at the American Airlines Center
2500 Victory Ave
Dallas, TX

Denver
Sloan’s Lake Park
17th Ave and Sheridan
Denver, CO

Miami
Gusman Center Performing Arts
174 East Flagler Street
Miami, FL

Philadelphia
The Piazza
North Second Street and Germantown Avenue, Below Girard
Philadelphia, PA

Phoenix

Desert Ridge Shopping Center
21001 North Tatum Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ

Portland

Colonel Summers City Park
Portland, OR

Salt Lake City

Movie in the Park
Fairmont Park located
2361 South 900 East
Salt Lake City, UT

St. Louis
St. Louis Union Station
1820 Market Street
St. Louis, MO

San Diego
Park at the Park (Downtown)
10th & K
San Diego, CA

Seattle
Fremont Outdoor Movies
3501 Phinney Ave N.
Seattle, WA

Washington DC

National Harbor Plaza
163 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD

*Cities, venues and times are subject to change. Visit http://eclipsethemovie.com for the most current information.

TWILIGHT is rated PG-13 for some violence and a scene of sensuality.

THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON is rated PG-13 for some violence and action.

THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence, and some sensuality.

In THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE, directed by David Slade from a screenplay written by Melissa Rosenberg and starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, Bella (Stewart) once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between Edward (Pattinson) and Jacob (Lautner) — knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the ageless struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life.

Top 10 Twilight and New Moon moments

OK! Magazine has up an article counting down the top 10 moments in the Twilight Saga so Far.

Check it all out here to see what they list.

Do you like their list?
Would you add something else?

Below are my favorites they listed (Jacob is involved of course, but even Edward fans gotta love it when Jacob takes off his shirt right LOL!!)

New Moon: Jacob takes his shirt off
Yes, the screams in the cinema, we heard them all. In fact, we took part in them. Although, editor Geoff was less than impressed.

New Moon: Jacob saves Bella from the sea
Bella realises adrenaline makes her hallucinate Edward’s presence and goes cliff jumping. Luckily, Jacob plays the hero and saves her from the freezing water. Cue more topless Jacob shots.

Twilight and New Moon Pics Game

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Popsugar has a little game where they have 50 pictures from the movies New Moon and Twilight and you have to decide which movie they come from.

It is pretty simple because we all know them, but it’s still a cool little thing to go through to see all the awesome stills again.

You can check it all out here.

Twilight included in Top 25 Movie Moments of the Decade

Moviefone has an article up where they list the top 25 movie moments of the Decade. Twilight made the list.

Below is what they had to say.
See the entire list here.

4. Edward saves Bella from a car accident in ‘Twilight’ (2008)

The movie that propelled a phenomenon, this scene had pre-pubescent girls and middle-aged women equally putting their hands over their eyes.

Source: Bellaandedward.com

Twilight included in The 20 Most Influential Films of the Decade

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Boxoffice has an article listing the 20 most influential films of the decade and Twilight was included in the list.

Below is what they said about Twilight.
Read the entire list here.

2008: Twilight

A new (undead) franchise was born in November 2008 when it stunned box office prognosticators by opening in first place against Bolt, Quantum of Solace and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa. Twilight ended its domestic run with more than $190 million in the bank and another $160 million internationally—and more importantly, a craze that hit Hollywood with more force than teen classics like The Breakfast Club. (You can even buy hand-painted Bella and Edward shoes.) The premise is so simple that writers across the world slapped their foreheads and groaned, “I wish I had thought of that.” An awkward teenage girl falls in love with a mysterious guy crushed on by every single girl at school. The good news is that the feelings are mutual. The bad news is that he’s a vampire who has to constantly restrain himself from sucking her blood. While teenage girls melted over the budding romance, their moms picked up on the abstinence undertones, assuaged that their daughters were mooning over a romance scripted by a married Mormon.

At the center of the storm are stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, both off the radar just 15 months ago and now front page news on every weekly tabloid where their “are they or aren’t they?” romance has been breathlessly analyzed with a fever heretofore reserved for A-listers like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. It’s heartening advice for other burgeoning studios like Summit: why spend money for an established star when you can spend it establishing new ones (with contracts for sequels already signed). But if Twilight’s success seems easily duplicated, 2009 saw a legion of imitators trying to capitalize on the teen horror-romance, and it’s likely that nearly all of these would-be franchises will stall out after their first installment. Yet Twilight’s sequel New Moon opened to more during its first day of release than Twilight did during its entire opening weekend—and it has easily surpassed Twilight’s cume. The third film, Eclipse, is one of the surest hits of July 2010, but even if it’s blotted out by the summer blockbuster sun, the franchise has left a lasting bite mark.

How Twilight should have ended

MTV posted this video from HowItShouldHaveEnded.com. It is an animated video saying how Twilight should have ended.

It is HILARIOUS!!!!!!
Make sure you check it out.

SNL Twilight Parody

Saturday Night Live did a Twilight Spoof starring Taylor Swift as Bella, I mean Stella!! It’s so funny!!!
Thanks Bryn and Selina!!!

Patty sent me the video of Taylor Swift on SNL last night and her opening monologue. She mentions Taylor Lautner and it’s pretty funny. I like Taylor, both of them, LOL!!!
Thanks Patty!!!

Twilight Nominations for People’s Choice Awards

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Twilight and it’s cast has been nominated for a number of categories for the People’s Choice Awards. Just click on the link below to vote in each category.

Taylor Lautner – Favorite Breakout Movie Actor
Anna Kendrick – Favorite Breakout Movie Actress
Robert Pattinson – Favorite Movie Actor
Kristen Stewart – Favorite Movie Actress
Twilight – Favorite Movie
Taylor, Kristen, Robert- Favorite on Screen Team

Thanks Dasey!!

Twilight Soundtrack nominated for an American Music Award

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The Twilight Soundtrack has been nominated for favorite soundtrack at the American Music Awards. You can vote for it here.

The 2009 American Music Awards will air on Sunday, November 22nd from 8:00-11:00 pm on ABC.

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