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'Twilight' franchise wins big at the Sunday, August 8 ceremony, grabbing eight gongs from 'New Moon' and additional three from 'Eclipse'.
The Christopher Nolan's film snatches the crown from 'Despicable Me' though it does not fulfill the projected opening revenue of 70 million dollars.
'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' adds other four nods, while 'Salt' enters the competition with two nominations.
The third 'Twilight' film is forced to hand over the crown after it drops about 51.1 percent in ticket sales, while the animation makes a strong opening with 56.4 million dollars revenue.
The on-screen lovers made an appearance at AMC Century City in Los Angeles to greet their fans, saying a few words before leaving the IMAX theater.
Despite the strong opening weekend haul, this third 'Twilight' film does not surpass the first five days gross collected by its predecessor.
Fans in more than 20 cities in the U.S. and Canada are going to watch the movie together with their idols on July 2-4, with Dakota Fanning stopping by Los Angeles on Friday night, July 2.
Sans 'Twilight' trio, the July 1 event still witnesses the appearances of the cast such as Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz in addition to guest Joe Jonas.
Pulling in more than 30 million dollars from midnight screenings on June 30, the third 'Twilight' film breaks the record set by 'The Twilight Saga's New Moon'.
Though set at the bash, the scenes see the Cullens and Jacob Black talking about the newborn vampire army.
On the same day, June 28, Ashley Greene and Xavier Samuel, joined by helmer David Slade, attended a premiere for the movie in Madrid, Spain.
Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner come almost at the same time, joining their co-stars like Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene who have arrived earlier at Nokia Theatre on June 24.