Since the 2005 release of Stephenie Meyer's novel, "Twilight," fans have always dreamed of what the main characters Edward and Bella would really look and sound like beyond the book.
Now Summit Entertainment brings "Twilight" to life in a romantic movie coming to theaters on Friday, Nov. 21.
"Twilight" was to originally premiere on Friday, Dec. 12, but with the film release date of "Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince" being pushed back from Nov. 21 to July 17, 2009, "Twilight" was moved up.
According to a Summit Entertainment press release, the date move "allows the studio to both bring the film to the written-series' enormous fan base sooner, and to present the film in more theatres prior to the holiday movie-going season where traditionally screen time for any popular film is limited."
Late last year, actress Kristen Stewart ("Panic Room," "Into the Wild") was cast as Bella Swan, a teenager who moves from Phoenix to Forks, Wash., where she meets the mysterious Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson, who is better known as Cedric in the "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire").