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Despite Conflicted Reactions, ‘Twilight’ Smashes Box-Office Expectations With $70.5 Million

CHICAGO – Despite conflicted reactions from critics and “Twilight” fans alike, the vampire romance film exceeded box-office expectations on its opening weekend and scored $70.5 million in domestic sales on a production budget of only $37 million. Estimates from Sunday morning tagged “Twilight” as earning a smashing $20,636 per theater.

‘Twilight’ Sequels Move Into Development

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CHICAGO – The advance ticket sales for Summit Entertainment’s “Twilight,” which hits theaters next Friday, have so impressed the studio that they are already moving forward on future adaptations of Stephenie Meyer’s blockbuster series of books.

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