Robert Pattinson and Ashley Greene set to begin promotions for ‘Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn’
'Twilight' stars prep for another world tour with their upcoming release
Promotional tour dates for the stars of the upcoming Twilight installment ‘Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1’ have been released by production company Belga Films.
Of the confirmed dates - which include European locations Belgium, France, Rome and the U.K. - it appears that only the U.S. world premiere date has yet to offer a confirmed guest list. It can be assumed that with the U.S. premiere date at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on November 14th the entire star-studded cast will be on hand.
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The Examiner lists the following dates and details as confirmed:
Oct. 23-24th - France: Robert Pattinson and Ashley Greene
Oct. 26th - Belgium: Robert Pattinson and Ashley Greene
Oct. 27th - Nov. 4th (unknown exact date) - Rome Film Festival: Jackson Rathbone, Nikki Reed, and Cameron Bright
Nov. 14th - U.S.: Guest list unannounced at this time
Nov. 16th - U.K.: Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and Bill Condon
The ‘Breaking Dawn, Part 1’ follows a line of wildly successful film adaptations of Stephanie Meyer’s equally as popular Twilight series on books, chock full of vampires and werewolves. The films have propelled lead stars Robert Pattison and Kristen Stewart to new levels of fame.
In the newest installment, Edward Cullen [Pattinson] and Bella Swan [Stewart] tie the knot and finally consummate their love, resulting in a new baby for the couple.
Catch the trailer for the upcoming film below:
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