Advance Sale to New Moon on Sale in Canada!
You heard right, if you are looking to get tickets ahead of time to New Moon you can head on over to the Cineplex website and buy 'em now! Our neighbours to the south have had this opportunity for what feels like ages but now we are all on the same page. Currently the showtimes listed are Thursday November 19, 2009 at 10PM and then the week of Friday November 20 - Thursday November 26, 2009. A brief browse of the times doesn't show any sold out shows yet, but I'm sure that will change in due time.
New Pics from New Moon
Cineplex also has a nice selection of images from New Moon that have that whole hover over for preview. Also a great bonus as they don't take a long time to load. Image #2 of the Wolfpack was one I had not seen before!
Twitter & Twilight Meet, Plus Running Time Confirmed
Jen Yamato has a great post in a new column over at Fear Net that is all about Twilight. She shares the new Twilight Twitter account news, new stills from New Moon and a comprehensive round up of any and all Twilight cast members on Twitter. The New Moon running time has also confirmed at 2 hrs 10 minutes, a whole 8 minutes more than Twilight!
Sources: FearNet, Twilight Twitter, Twilight Twitpic
A Heartbreaking Valentine's Choice. You Know What Film You Are Seeing Feb 12, 2010?
Twilight Examiner made a very adept observation, noting that both Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner have films being released on Feb 12, 2010. So, will you be seeing Remember Me with Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin, or Valentine's Day with Taylor Lautner, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba, Jennifer Garner, Anne Hathaway, Julia Roberts, Emma Roberts and Ashton Kutcher? What a choice. Of course, you could see both. See more upcoming 2010 films here.
Source: Twilight Examiner
I Want Some More: Vampathon
The Vampathon: Vampire Film Marathon continues with reviewing vampire film, most recently with the 80's classic The Lost Boys, which I have to say didn't swoon me as much as it did back in the day. Still fun, but not as much pow. Up next is Werner Herzog's 1979 version of Nosferatu. Review will be up on Wednesday.