Twilight Sold-Out Before Release Date of November 21

LOS ANGELES(RushPRnews)11/06/08-“Twilight” doesn’t open until two weeks from tonight (at midnight), but Fandango is reporting that nearly 100 show times for the November 21 release are already sold-out across the nation, from Sacramento, California to Gainesville, Florida.

Twilight accounts for 63% of all ticket sales on Fandango, the nation’s largest movie ticketing destination, outpacing those of High School Musical 3 at the same point in that film’s sales cycle (two weeks before release date).

A few new stats from our ongoing Twilight moviegoers survey on (as of 11/6/08):
• 87% of respondents said they saw the trailers and clips online;
• 92% said the trailers and clips made they want to buy a ticket to the movie;
• 73% are most excited to see Robert Pattinson as Edward (respondents were asked to choose one Twilight character they were most excited to see portrayed on the big screen);
• 31% of Twilight moviegoers are 17 or under; 28% are 18-24; 22% are 25-34; 16% are 35-49; 3% are 50 or over.

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Fandango Five – Ticket Sales (as of 11/6/08 9:00 a.m. PT)

Movie Fandango User Rating % Fandango Sales
Twilight “Must Go” 63%
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa “Go” 21%
Quantum of Solace “Go” 6%
High School Musical 3: Senior Year “Go” 3%
Zack and Miri Make a Porno “Go” 1%

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