AMC Announces ‘Twilight’ Marathon on June 29

We have all the details on the first two films screening back-to-back.
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The Twilight Saga marathon set at AMC Theatres
The AMC Entertainment theater chain has announced they will be holding a special marathon session featuring Twilight, The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse in one night. The event will take place on Tuesday, June 29 and will start at 6:30 PM at select AMC theaters. Take a look at the details of this new event below.

"Select AMC Theatres are going to be showing all 3 Twilight films (Twilight, The Twilight Saga: New Moon and obviously The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) back-to-back-to-back. Plus, you get a free $10 AMC gift card that you can use as you choose and a collectible lanyard. All that in one incredible night for one incredible price of only $30.

So once again, for your $30 ticket you get:

  • 1) Admission to Twilight

    - 2) Admission to The Twilight Saga: New Moon

    - 3) Admission to The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

    - 4) A $10 AMC gift card that you can use at any time

    - 5) A collectible lanyard (while supplies last)"

CLICK HERE for more details on the event and for a link to purchase tickets for the event. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse arrives in theaters nationwide on June 30.

Twilight was released November 21st, 2008.

The Twilight Saga: New Moon was released November 20th, 2009.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse was released June 30th, 2010.

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  • vampire2000 • 5 years ago

    @zgcorleone072 you realize that the AMC chain of theaters is relatively different than the AMC TV channel. lmfao.

    I don't see the point in this, though. As @babyhhh pointed out, for thirty bucks you could see Eclipse at least four times. Besides, anyone interested in seeing these movies probably already has the first two on DVD. Granted, the theater experience is a little different than at-home-viewing, but anyone whose willing to pay thirty bucks to see these is absolutely bonkers.


    • zgcorleone072 • 5 years ago

      YAY! I love Twilight and cannot believe that theres gonna be marathon on TV!!!!!!!!!! You know what Ill be doing Tuesday :)


      • 2movieguys • 5 years ago

        Not soemthing Iwould do.... See any of them 1once in theater...once is enough!!!


        • theultimatum • 5 years ago

          I have a very bad feeling that I'm going to be dragged.


          • dan1 • 5 years ago

            I'll be happy to miss this.


            • instead8909 • 5 years ago

              I better watch these films after all, since I haven't seen one of them. I better rent them.


              • vendetta28 • 5 years ago

                My local AMC is doing this,I have a friend that works there.So naturaly,like the p*ssy whipped idiot I am,I told my girlfriend that AMC is doing this and now I'm stuck sitting through these movies again.


                • dark-env • 5 years ago

                  well after the success Twilight had after being put back in theaters last year the day New Moon was released I knew this was going to happen again and trust me people will pay this because in some places it's going to be over $10 to see Eclipse anyway so they'll go all out for Twilight.


                  • thedarkknight23 • 5 years ago

                    the decline in society


                    • avian005 • 5 years ago



                      • avian005 • 5 years ago

                        I'm going and changing the audio with the Rifftrax one. >:-)


                        • soylentgreen2 • 5 years ago



                          • bane5000 • 5 years ago

                            what a way to rake in more money for the movies, as if they dont make enough from screaming teens and milfs...mmm screaming milfs lol


                            • thedude-abides • 5 years ago

                              $30 is outrageous. You could go see ECLIPSE four times for that amount. Plus nobody is gonna want to sit still for over 6 hours straight. Anybody with half a brain will watch the first two on dvd, if they so choose, then pay to see the third. Why pay to see a movie you already have, let alone two?


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