The vampire romance movie "Twilight" has
reportedly drawn more than $70 million in ticket sales at the box office in its
The movie turns out to
be hugely popular with teenage girls.
The film directed by Catherine Hardwicke has proved to
have the biggest opening ever for a female director compared to the previous
standard of $41 million set by Mimi Leder's film "Deep Impact" in
1998, AssocatedPress reported.
The movie is based on an action-packed, modern-day love
story of forbidden love between a bookish teenage girl Bella Swan (Kristen
Stewart) and a brooding vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). This is told
in the #1 New York Times Best-Selling series with over 17 million books in
print by Stephenie Meyer.
The story goes like this: Bella is sent to live with her
father in Forks, Washington after her mother re-marries. Then in the rainy
little town, she meets the mysterious and beautiful Edward Cullen, a boy with
such charm she has never met or ever imagined.
Edward is actually a vampire, but a different type that
does not have fangs and his family members do not feed on human blood.
Edward certainly knows what Bella is thinking
deep in her mind about him after an encounter.
Soon both fall in irresistible love with each other and create a scene
of a passionate, thrilling and unorthodox romance.
But as always it is fascinating for a vampire to mingle
with a human.
Somehow, Bella's scent is
such that it almost sends him into an uncontrollable frenzy.
Then come to town a clan of new vampires who
are ready to disrupt their way of life.
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