Harry Potter Finale May Take New Moon and Eclipse Records

According to Entertainment Weekly, Part 2 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows may overtake he box office records set by New Moon:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows–Part 2 has already collected $25 million domestically from advance ticket sales, according to Variety. The majority of the sales have reportedly been for midnight screenings, giving Deathly Hallows a legitimate shot at beating the $30 million midnight record set last year by The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. The final Harry Potter film will also be aiming its wand at some other box-office milestones, such as the largest opening day (currently The Twilight Saga: New Moon with $72.7 million) and the biggest opening weekend (The Dark Knight with $158.4 million).”

See more on EW

Live Update of the MTV Movie Awards with Photos

The MTV Movie Awards not only gave out golden popcorn but sported some of the hottest trailers for summer and fall movies.  The Red Carpet was filled with Twilight stars! We even had the first look at the wedding invitation. Our very own Laura along with Kara from Twilighters’ Anonymous and Kallie from Twilight Series Theories where invited to take a look at the invitation and give their reaction!

You can also check out the secrets of the wedding invitation on MTV.com.


First of Award of the night to Rob Pattinson for Best Male Actor


Next up for the Twilight Cast Best Fight scene! Check out Bryce Dallas Howard, Xavier Samuel, and Rob Pattinson as they accept their golden popcorn!

THE BEST KISS!!  You know you have been waiting for this all night and the will they or won’t they question was clearly answered when Rob dashed into the audience to make sure Taylor didn’t feel left out!!


Rob’s Mad dash to snog Taylor. I can see the Jakeward t-shirts already

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Next Rob was on stage with Chelsea Handler and Patrick Dempsey to present to an award to Reese Witherspoon. It looks like this year Peter won’r have to worry about being the Cullen who drops the F-Bomb!!


Best Actress goes to Kristen Stewart!!! She thanks the fans for all the support and says we’re the best! Team Twilight is killing it tonight.


Rob, Kristen and Taylor introducing THE SNEAK PEEK of the trailer! Don’t forget to send us your reactions!!


And the Best movie goes to…..Eclipse! A clean sweep for The Twilight Saga Eclipse!


Twilight Saga Teaser Reveals: A History

Here are the Twilight Saga Teasers to compare. Which one do you think did the best job? Do you think Breaking Dawn 1 can top your favorite?

Next Movie Summarizes the Best Movie Nominees for the 2011 MTV Movie Awards

Eclipse will probably pull this one out in our opinion. The strongest competition comes from the Harry Potter franchise, so it’s important to keep voting! Here’s what Next Movie had to say about Eclipse:

“Eclipse” earned $700 million at the worldwide box office, yet was ignored by the Oscars. Fie on you, Academy! Fie! Granted, Twi-Hards would probably have loved this movie no matter how good it was; but fortunately it was good, with thrilling fight scenes, comedic moments, two swoon-worthy romances and plenty to keep fans of both Team Edward and Team Jacob happy. (We don’t know about you, but we always sleep half-naked when we go camping.) The bar’s been set. Your move, “Breaking Dawn.”

See the entire list on Next Movie.

Eclipse Is the Second Most Profitable Movie of 2010

Most Profitable Movies Released in 2010

There are other movies who brought in big box office dollars, but because they cost so much more to make. In other words they flopped or barely broke even. A lot of small budget movies raked in megaprofit when they landed in the top 100 films of the year. Two examples were from Summit Entertainment: Letters to Juliet and Remember Me

What’s interesting is to look at the box office totals for the above movies. Alice in Wonderland and Toy Story 3 are the only two that came in ahead of Eclipse. Harry Potter’s box office run has not yet closed out; however given it’s rate of intake it’s not likely to overtake Eclipse.

Check out more data on The Numbers
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Twilight Saga Rocks Multiple Top Ten Lists

Best movie Soundtrack of 2010, Eclipse on Next Movie

soundrtrackcovere“Everybody likes to make fun of “Twilight” – adults, children, house pets – but the producers of the films threw a monkey wrench in the gears of the irony machine by stuffing the soundtrack to their latest effort full of awesome songs from ultra-cool indie bands. “Eclipse” is a who’s who of moody indie rock, featuring a lineup that would make Pitchfork’s brains explode: Beck, Bat For Lashes, Metric, Vampire Weekend, Muse, the Black Keys…the list goes on and on. Perhaps this all shouldn’t be surprising given that music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas made a name for herself turning television’s “The O.C.” into an avenue for indie rock exposure, but it’s still a very pleasant surprise to see the music from a “Twilight” film become the “Singles” soundtrack of the aughts.”

Top Movie Trailer of 2010, Eclipse, via  Google tracking

“Blockbuster ‘Twilight Eclipse’ has beaten ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, ‘Iron Man 2’ and ‘A Team’ as the top most searched film trailer on google.

While the film didn’t have the enormous hype of Harry Potter, it was a favorite amongst internet users who search for trailers using google. This was despite the fact it received mixed reviews and was not as highly regarded as the previous outing of the franchise.”

Number Three Charity Auction of the Year, according to Tonic

“3. Meet Robert Pattinson on the set of Twilight: Breaking Dawn, to benefit the GO Campaign — $85,000.
The winner received the chance for four people total to experience first-hand the biggest pop culture phenomenon of the decade as they will spend a day on the set, including the chance to meet the film’s star Robert Pattinson!

This auction package included 2 nights in a Deluxe Executive Suite at the elite Four Season Hotel in Vancouver and VIP limousine service to and from the Breaking Dawn set provided by Star Limousine Services!”

New Moon was the third biggest VOD (video on demand) film for 2010.According to Variety who reported on Comcast’s results,

“The second most popular pic on VOD was “Couples Retreat,” followed by “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” and “Hot Tub Time Machine.”

Coming in at No. 5 was “The Hurt Locker,” which made just $16.4 million in theatrical release. Though that Kathryn Bigelow film was released in 2009, VOD transactions were strong after its six Oscar wins in March.”

Cast Members DVD Signings at Best Buy Friday and Saturday!


Cast members from one of the most-talked-about-films of 2010, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, will be celebrating the holiday season with their fans at several Best Buy locations across the country. Summit Entertainment and Best Buy are partnering to host in-store autograph signings, giving the perfect holiday gift a special touch for its recipient. The first 200 customers to line up at each event location can receive an autograph from the cast member in attendance, with the purchase of any The Twilight Saga: Eclipse DVD, Blu-ray or Combo Pack. Lines will open two hours prior to each event start time.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse autograph signings will take place at the following locations:

December 17 – Dallas, TX
Location: Best Buy
9378 N. Central Expy, Dallas 75231
Event Start: 6:00pm (Line opens at 4:00pm)
Special Guest: Kiowa Gordon

December 17 – New York, NY
Location: Best Buy – Columbus Circle
1880 Broadway New York, NY 10023
Event Start: 7:00pm (Wristband distribution at 8:00am)
Special Guest: Ashley Greene

December 18 – Baton Rouge, LA
Location: Best Buy
5913 Bluebonnet Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA
Event Start: 4:00pm (Line opens at 2:00pm)
Special Guests: Charlie Bewley, Cameron Bright,
Daniel Cudmore, Jamie Campbell Bower

December 18 – Denver, CO
Location: Best Buy
1400 Denver West Blvd Lakewood, CO 80401
Event Start: 3:00pm (Line opens at 1:00pm)
Special Guest: Booboo Stewart

December 18 – Salt Lake City, UT
Location: Best Buy
261 W 2100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Event Start: 3:00pm (Line opens at 1:00pm)
Special Guest: Jodelle Ferland

December 18 – Phoenix, AZ
Location: Best Buy
1949 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016
Event Start: 2:00pm (Line opens at 12:00pm)
Special Guest: Tinsel Korey

**Cast member appearances are subject to change. Autograph signings are limited and subject to cast member availability.

For additional information please visit www.eclipse-themovie.com or www.bestbuy.com.

New Moon and Eclipse Still Hang on to Midnight Sales Record

It was widely predicted that the latest installment of the Harry Potter franchise would upset the records set by the two most recent Twilight films. However the results fell short of what was widely thought to be a shoe-in for Harry Potter to overtake New Moon. Most  industry blogs were divided 50/50 on whether it would overtake Eclipse. In the end, Harry Potter didn’t overtake either of them in midnight sales(midnight sales cover tickets sold midnight until circa 10:00am).

According to MarketWatch:

““Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I” made $24 million in its debut during the wee hours Friday, enough to pull into third place among films with midnight screenings, according to figures from box-office tracker Hollywood.com.

“Deathly Hallows” fell behind two films in the “Twilight” series. “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” still is tops with its $30 million-plus debut earlier this year on June 30. And “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” comes in second at $26.3 million for its Nov. 20, 2009 midnight release.”

Regardless of the midnight showing results, Harry Potter will undoubtedly be in the top ten films this year and in all likelihood make the top five. The franchise is also set to overtake Star Wars as the most successful film franchise at the box office. Also in fairness to the Potter chain, Eclipse opened at roughly 4,400 theaters opening day while Potter opened at roughly 4,100. (Stats via Box Office Mojo).

What will really be interesting is if Harry Potter can do two things: 1) break the $300,000,000 mark, something it has only done twice 2) beat the $317,575,550 benchmark set back in 2001 with the first Harry Potter movie. To overtake Eclipse in total sales, Harry Potter needs to come in at over $300,531,751 by the time it finishes its run.

Eclipse DVD Release Date Announced

We received this from Summit:

“Hello, and Happy Bella’s Birthday!


THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE DVD/Blu-Ray hits shelves December 4, 2010! Not only will you be able to own the movie nationwide that day, but you can also get every available special feature (including audio commentaries w/ Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Stephenie Meyer) in one place when you buy the 2-Disc National DVD or the Blu-ray/DVD Combo!


2-Disc Special Edition DVD
– Audio Commentary w/ Rob Pattinson & Kristen Stewart
– Audio Commentary w/ Stephenie Meyer & Wyck Godfrey
– Eight Deleted & Extended Scenes
– Six-Part Making of Documentary (90 minutes)
– Photo Gallery
– Jump To… Edward
– Jump To… Jacob
– Music Videos (Metric, Muse)

Special Edition Blu-Ray/DVD Combo
– Audio Commentary w/ Rob Pattinson & Kristen Stewart (both DVD & Blu-Ray sides)
– Audio Commentary w/ Stephenie Meyer & Wyck Godfrey (both DVD & Blu-Ray sides)
– Eight Deleted & Extended Scenes (Blu-Ray side only)
– Six-Part Making of Documentary (standard and PIP mode, both on Blu-Ray side only)
– Photo Gallery (Blu-Ray side only)
– Jump To… Edward (Blu-Ray side only)
– Jump To… Jacob (Blu-Ray side only)
– Jump To… The Love Triangle (Blu-Ray side only)
– Jump To… The Cullens (Blu-Ray side only)
– Jump To… The Wolfpack (Blu-Ray side only)
– Jump To… The Humans (Blu-Ray side only)
– Jump To… Victoria’s Army (Blu-Ray side only)
– Jump To… Action Sequences (Blu-Ray side only)
– Music Videos (Blu-Ray side only)

Single Disc DVD

Standard Blu-Ray

In addition to the news about the ECLIPSE DVD/Blu-Ray release, we have two more EXCITING announcements to make, both hitting shelves on 12/4/2010!


This unprecedented release features a collection of music videos and live performances from bands featured on the Billboard Chart topping soundtracks from The Twilight Saga: Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse. Connect with the artists as they perform the songs that channel the emotions of Twilight fans through music. Enjoy original music videos and never-been-seen live performances all on one release.


Over 250,000 fans have made the pilgrimage to Forks to breathe in the reality that inspired Stephenie Meyer’s epic saga – have you?

Destination Forks is a must-have for any Twilight Saga fan. Divided into three segments: Twilight Tour, Moods of Twilight, and Twihards, each segment is a unique journey that takes you deeper into the real world Twilight universe.

• In Twilight Tour cruise through the actual streets of Forks, Washington stopping at the real sites, homes, and businesses as highlighted in the Saga.
• In Moods of Twilight take a virtual walk through the mystical woods, mountains, rivers, and other gorgeous locations of Forks & La Push.
• In Twihards travel around the globe and meet the real life people that make up the greatest fan community in the world.”

Eclipse Hits Theaters in Wider Distribution Today: But Where Will it Land in 2010?


Today Eclipse hits theatres in a wider distribution. It’s sort of a re-release since it’s hitting a broader area. Fandango is selling tickets to the re-release of Eclipse in celebration of Bella’s birthday! The link will help you find a theater near you, showtimes, and of course will let you order tickets!

As of Wednesday night, domestic sales of Eclipse are $298,859,646. That’s roughly 2 million more than the final domestic in theater sales of New Moon. As of right  now Eclipse is the number four film of the year behind Toy Story 3, Alice In Wonderland, and Iron Man 2.  It’s not very likely that Eclipse would overtake either of the top two this weekend. Toy Story 3 has earned over a whopping $400,000,000 and Alice in Wonderland has $334,191,110. On the other hand, Eclipse stands a decent chance at overtaking Iron Man 2 either by the end of this weekend or when it ends its in theater run some time in late November.

This re-release should solidify Eclipse as a top five film of the year putting it well ahead of Inception, currently in the number 5 position. The major challenge in the top five will come when the the first segment of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows releases by the end of the year. Eclipse shouldn’t get knocked out of the top five, but it will be interesting to see what the final rankings will be.

We’re betting on the following:  Toy Story, Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland, Eclipse, Iron Man 2 being the final order. What do you think?

All box office data via Box Office Mojo.