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article imageFans can bid to earn a spot to the world premiere of 'Twilight'

By Tim O'Brien     Oct 31, 2012 in Entertainment
Los Angeles - It's almost "Twilight" time. And that doesn't mean the song from The Platters. It means the last installment of the highly anticipated film, which opens nationwide Nov. 16.
But, first things first - the world premiere. That event will feature Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, plus more. This has been confirmed. Fans can also be a part of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2."
So, despite what the gossip is about the two stars, they will be on hand, and to be honest, must be, to promote the film. Fans can bid now on a VIP package, available on charitybuzz.com with the winner nabbing four tickets. The prize is that it offers exclusive access at the world premiere on Nov. 12.
According to its release, the night begins with a pre-reception hosted by Film Independent. The film's director Bill Condon will be on hand, along with many of the actors in the film. Following the reception, the winner and their guests will be escorted to the Nokia Theatre where they will take their VIP seats for the world premiere of the film. Following the screening, they'll attend the official after party where the cast will be celebrating the film's arrival to screens on Nov. 16.
"We are thrilled to be joining forces with Summit Entertainment and director Bill Condon on this amazing auction for fans of The Twilight Saga," said Josh Welsh, Co-President of Film Independent.
Bidding for "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2" world premiere package concludes Nov. 7. The highest bidder will receive confirmation and instructions, of course.
"This ultimate premiere experience was designed to give true fans the night of their lives. Thanks to Rob Friedman, Patrick Wachsberger and his entire team at Summit, the funds raised will benefit our nonprofit efforts to support independent filmmakers in achieving their cinematic vision," added Welsh.
The funds raised, the releases stated, will go towards supporting Film Independent's mission and year-round programs, including Project Involve, which is dedicated to increasing diversity in the film industry by cultivating the careers of under-represented filmmakers.
"I hope that by providing a one-of-a-kind fan experience for the final 'Twilight' film we'll also be able to support the goals of Film Independent," said Condon.
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