Dying to see their favorite stars on Monday, November 14, these fans are queuing for admittance bracelets.
History repeats. "Twilight" most die-hard fans have started lining-up five days away from the latest franchise's premiere on Monday, November 14. As many as 300 fans are marking their camping spots at L.A. Live streets in hope that they will catch a glimpse of their favorite stars.
"The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" would hold a red carpet event at Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Fans would be able to take part by getting an official bracelet distributed by Summit Entertainment on Friday at 6 A.M. The studio has planned various events to keep the campers entertained this weekend.
In the meantime, the movie will get midnight screenings at local theaters on Thursday night. Rave Motion Pictures in West Chester Township for one, has been playing previous "Twilight" films starting Monday to gear up the anticipation for the latest movie's premiere.
Meanwhile, tickets for the November 18 screening have also been selling out for 1,344 performances. Theater owners are arranging additional screenings to meet fan demand.