Friday, March 20, 2009

‘Twilight’ DVD bloodlust hits Boston-area stores

The “Twilight’ madness continues tonight with die-hard fans expected to line up at Boston-area stores and around the country to get a first taste of the DVD, slotted to be released at midnight.

Click here for a comprehensive list, but below is a handful of local stores tapped to participate including:
  • FYE, 411 Washington St in Downtown Crossing
  • Borders, 100 Cambridgeside Place at the Cambridgeside Galleria
  • Blockbuster, 235 Massachusetts Ave. near the Symphony T stop
  • Blockbuster, 541 Massachusetts Ave. near the Porter Square T stop
The “special edition” two-disc DVD set is going for $32 a pop. One disc gives you the movie, with extra-deleted scenes, plus commentary from Robert Pattinson, co-star Kristen Stewart, director Catherine Hardwicke. Also music videos featuring Muse, Paramore and Linkin Park.

British actor turned movie vampire Pattinson was greeted by thousands of screaming fans at Square One Mall in Saugus last November and insisted that his undead turn as Edward Cullen in "Twilight" was a warm-hearted effort.

"If I was doing [the movie] now, knowing it was going to be this audience, I think I probably would have done it differently. It’s a small story. It’s an intimate story and I think it comes across as being very human rather than being a big epic thing.”

Click here for the complete lowdown.

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