‘Twilight’ Is Coming Back To Theaters For Its 10th Anniversary
It will be showing for 2 days only! Unlike the Cullens, this won't last forever.
It’s been nearly 10 years since the original “Twilight” movie hit theaters in November 2008, and in honor of this upcoming anniversary, the hit vampire drama is coming back to theaters for two days only: Oct. 21 and 23.
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As part of this special event, the screenings will also include an introduction by director Catherine Hardwicke and a preview of the new special feature, “‘Twilight’ Tour … 10 Years Later.” Moviegoers will also receive a commemorative poster.
For superfans who want to watch Edward and Bella again and again in the privacy of their own home, “Twilight” will also be released on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack as well as Blu-ray and digital.
All five “Twilight Saga” films with new collectible artwork on Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and digital) will be released as well on Oct. 23. Artist Justin Erickson says the new cover art for the box sets is meant to reflect the moods and themes of each of the movies in the franchise.
“The first movie is all about the woods and the mist and the locations, so I added a lot of blues and greens, versus ‘New Moon,’ which ends with that scene of all of the red cloaks,” Erickson told MTV News. “And ‘Breaking Dawn’ had that snowy final confrontation. So, specific scenes really speak to the color palette of the print.”
And if all of this is not enough to satiate your needs, you can really live out your “Twilight” dreams in the real-life Oregon house which is featured in the movie as Bella’s house, as it’s currently for sale.
“Twilight” is based on the bestselling novel by Stephanie Meyer and it quickly became one of the highest-grossing films from a female director of all time.
Are you excited to relive all the drama of “Twilight” a decade later?
[H/t MTV News]