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Updated: Oct 01, 2012 11:38 AM EDT

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Edward Cullen Poster on "Breaking Dawn" Facebook page (played by Robert Pattinson)
(Photo : Summit Entertainment)

New exciting details emerged for the highly anticipated movie "Breaking Dawn Part 2."

The marathon, which features all five "Twilight" movies plus the epic finale, will run Nov. 15 at Regal Cinemas and AMC Theaters.

Tickets went on a sale today (Oct. 1) for marathon tickets.

For Regal Cinemas, Regal Crown Club members can buy marathon tickets for $15 for all five movies. And with each $15 ticket sold, members receive a coupon good for a Twilight Saga Combo of a medium popcorn and medium drink for only $5. For online ticket sales and for those without membership, admission is $20. Those attending the marathon will also receive a commemorative lanyard to remember the event, while supplies last.

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Regal Twilight Saga Marathon Showtimes:

Twilight, 11:25 a.m

Twilight: New Moon, 2:00 pm

Twilight: Eclipse, 4:45 p.m

Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, 7:20 p.m

Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, 10:00 p.m

For AMC, the marathon will cost $35 for all five films. AMC Stubs members will get $5 in Stubs bucks per ticket purchased (up to four tickets.) Other treats include a lanyard and a commemorative gift, which Regal is not offering. The first "Twilight" movie starts at 11:30 a.m.

You can purchase marathon and regular tickets at FANDANGO or

The "Twilight" Twitter page posted a link to the Marathon lanyards, which look pretty cool.


Dr. Carlisle Cullen (played by Peter Facinelli) wrote a doctor's note for anyone who needs to take off work or school for the marathon. [CHECK OUT HERE]

Other exciting news is the "Breaking Dawn Part 2" soundtrack.

According to BSCKids, the soundtrack will be released on Nov. 13. Twi-hards can pre-order it though Amazon now.

According to MTV News, two acts that have been confirmed for the music soundtrack are Passion Pit and Iko.

MTV News reported: "The specific song from Passion Pit has yet to be confirmed, but we're guessing it will come from their latest album, Gossamer. Passion Pit are an interesting choice, because their sound is mostly happy electro pop, which is in contrast with past albums full of slower, emotionally charged songs. The Iko track is "Heart of Stone," which fits nicely into that tug-on-your-heartstrings theme from the "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" soundtrack."

Many fans were pushing for Muse, since "Twilight" author Stephanie Meyers love the band anyway. Muse has been featured in other "Twilight" movies, with "Supermassive Black Hole," as well as Bruno Mars "It Will Rain" and "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri.

More exciting news is that Summit Entertainment announced that the final theatrical one-sheet will be fully revealed at 9 a.m. PT on Tuesday, Oct. 2.

Summit announced the countdown on the "Twilight" Twitter page recently. According to MTV News, the one-sheet will be fully revealed after a 24-hour worldwide countdown, broken up into six portions. Here is the list for the schedule and where to find the portions:

Monday, 1:00 PM PT (Tuesday, 8:00 AM - New Zealand)
Section #1 revealed at

Monday, 5:00 PM PT (Tuesday, 9:00 AM - Tokyo)
Section #2 revealed at

Monday, 9:00 PM PT (Tuesday, 8:00 AM -- Dubai)
Section #3 revealed at

Tuesday, 1:00 AM PT (9:00 AM -- London)
Section #4 revealed at

Tuesday, 5:00 AM PT (9:00 AM -- Buenos Aires)
Section #5 revealed at, &

Tuesday, 9:00 AM PT (North America)
Full, final poster revealed at

Are you excited to see the "Twilight Saga" marathon? Which movie is your favorite? VOTE NOW!

"Breaking Dawn Part 2" is set to release in theaters Nov. 16, 2012.

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