November is one of the most special months for fans of the saga Twilight. It was in that month, but in 2008, when the first adaptation of the novels written by Stephenie Meyer hit theaters around the world. For better or worse, the way we view vampires – and love – has changed for millions of teenagers around the world. to almost 14 years after its premiere, and almost 10 years after the release of his last film (Dawn Part 2), the generation that grew up with the lion that fell in love with the sheep has a new opportunity to enjoy their favorite story on the big screen. the saga Twilight will have a rerun in theaters in Latin America!
the saga Twilight introduced us to the story of Bella Swan, a young woman who goes to live with her father in the small town of Forks, where she meets Edward, an attractive and mysterious boy with whom she falls in love and who hides a great secret. He is a vampire. But the boy’s family keeps a peculiarity, and that is that he does not feed on human blood. The love that arises between Bella and Edward will not only endanger the young woman, it also represents the greatest temptation that the vampire has experienced in more than a century of life.
All five films starred Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, who are currently two of the most successful actors of their generation. She just got her first Oscar nomination. On her side, Pattinson succeeded in a big way with his interpretation as Batman in the film directed by Matt Reeves. Along with them were actors like Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Billy Burke, Michael Sheen, Dakota Fanning, Lee Pace, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jamie Campbell Bower, and Rami Malek himself.
Throughout all its installments, the vampire franchise grossed more than $3.3 billion worldwide. And that without counting sales of the soundtracks, merchandise and books. Basically, a round business.
When and where to see the revival of The Twilight Saga?
Lionsgate and Cinépolisthrough its alternative content window Más que Cine (+QUE CINE), will screen the complete saga in the week of November 17 to 23 in theaters in Latin America.
— More Than Cine Latam (@MasQueCineLatam) October 31, 2022
However, please note that only one film will be shown per day:
- Twilight (2008) – November 17 and 22
- New Moon (2009) – November 18
- Eclipse (2010) – November 19
- Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2011) – November 20 and November 23
- Dawn Part 2 (2012) – November 21
In Mexicothe saga will be screened in 98 sets in different cities, among which are: Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Cancun, Puebla and Veracruz.
For the rest of Latin America, this rerun will take place in nine theaters in Argentinaten of Chiliseven in Colombiafour in Costa Ricatwo in The Saviorfive in Guatemalatwo in Hondurassix in Panama and two in Peru.
Additionally, there will be collectible postcards for each of the five films while supplies last. We suggest you be aware of the social networks of Cinépolis and of More Than Latam Cinema for more details.
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— More Than Cine Latam (@MasQueCineLatam) November 11, 2022
So, despite all these years… Team Edward or Team Jacob? You can buy your tickets in Mexico giving click here.
Juan Jose Cruz I am one of those who always defended Robert Pattinson as Batman and can see the same movie in the theater up to 7 times. My guilty pleasure? Low budget horror movie.