EVEN BIGGER SCREEN!
The Twilight Saga: New Moon is just so November and all anyone cares about now is The Twilight Saga: Eclipse hitting theaters in June. No trailer, few pictures, and little news about Eclipse have been released leaving fans desperate for any sort of news. If you are looking for juicy information on Eclipse, we have got it for you today. Twilight Twitter has just announced some thrilling news about the upcoming film that involves taking a page from Happy Potter's book and exciting IMAX news.
The first big news is that The Twilight Saga: Eclipse will not only be coming to normal theaters, the third installment of The Twilight Saga will also appear in IMAX theaters. The film was not shot with special IMAX cameras, however Summit Entertainment is in the process of working with IMAX Filmed Entertainment to digitally re-maste the film for IMAX quality. We all know that Eclipse is all about the fighting scenes so this brilliant move to IMAX will make the movie experience exhilarating for fans. Greg Foster, Chairman and President of IMAX Filmed Entertainment, offered the following, "We’re very excited to work with our new partners at Summit Entertainment to transport the very loyal and enthusiastic Twilight fans into the world of the Volturi via The IMAX Experience."
If that isn't enough, news we have just learned that The Twilight Saga: Eclipse will debut on a Wednesday instead of a Friday. Which means for all you midnight go'ers instead of having to wait till Thursday to see the film, you will get to see it Tuesday at midnight. Similar to Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince release, these extra two days will not only bring in larger crowds, it will also bring in more money making the weekend gross outstanding. We would love to think the push up was because of the fans, but we all know that at the end of the day, it's all about the Benjamin's! The Twilight Saga: Eclipse directed by David Slade and starring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Launter will open June 30th, 2010 in both IMAX and regular theaters.
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