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Call Your Girlfriends, The First Three 'Twilight' Movies Head Back To Theaters In November

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist October 6, 2011 at 6:46AM

If for some reason you feel the need to catch up with the "Twilight" series and you can put up with the crying, screaming, talking back to the screen and the general pandemonium that usually overtakes Twihards whenever they watch one of these movies, you'll be heartened to know you can watch "Twilight," "New Moon" and "Eclipse" on the big screen in November. Woo!
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If for some reason you feel the need to catch up with the "Twilight" series and you can put up with the crying, screaming, talking back to the screen and the general pandemonium that usually overtakes Twihards whenever they watch one of these movies, you'll be heartened to know you can watch "Twilight," "New Moon" and "Eclipse" on the big screen in November. Woo!

With one movie arriving each week before "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (The One Where They Do It)" you'll be able to catch up with your old onscreen pals, and relive all the smoldering looks exchanged by Edward and Bella, that Jacob guy taking his shirt off, and, uh...there's something more to these right? If you haven't been swept up in the fervor around this franchise, this is probably as good a chance as any to immerse yourself in the world of "Twilight." But likely, these screenings will be filled with RPatz/KStew fans looking to relive the memory of seeing the movies the first time. Why they can't just watch them again on DVD or whatever is beyond us, but hey, different strokes for different folks, right?

Ready your calendars because here are the dates: "Twilight" arrives on November 1st, with "New Moon" following on November 8 and "Eclipse" capping things off on November 15. They will be one time only screenings on those dates at 7:30 PM, and with these under your belt you'll be right up to speed when 'Breaking Dawn' opens on November 18th. Tickets and participating theaters can be found right over here. [via CinemaBlend]

This article is related to: Films, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn


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