Twilight Moved Up to November in Harry Potter's Absence
by Alex Billington
August 16, 2008
As everyone undoubtedly knows, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was just moved from November to July of 2009. Not only did this anger fans and start up an immense amount of discussion, but it left a huge gap in the release schedule that was just waiting to be filled. To fill that gap, Summit Entertainment has stepped up and moved the release of Twilight from December 12th to November 21st. For those who are completely disconnected, Twilight is the big screen adaptation of the first book in Stephenie Meyer's series. It will now go up against Disney's Bolt head-to-head, since Disney moved that film to the vacant spot as well. This is definitely a knife if the back of all the Harry Potter fans.
As much as I'd love to talk highly of Twilight, I just can't, especially after they ruined Comic-Con. I know that there are probably countless individuals who love both books, but seeing Twilight become the big Thanksgiving release while we wait another 8 months for Harry Potter really, to put it plainly, pisses me off. Summit's CEO Rob Friedman explains, "We by no means are trying to fill the shoes of the incredible Potter franchise for 2008, rather we are just looking to bring the fans of Stephenie Meyer's incredible book series the film as soon possible from a programming perspective." Screw it because all this will now do is get us past that dreaded Twilight release sooner and I couldn't be more happy to quickly pass by it and forget about it. If you can't already tell, I'm not the least bit interested in Twilight.
Daniel on Aug 16, 2008
ugh. What's the big deal with Twilight? My 10ish year old niece seems excited about it. When did these books become popular? Anyway, just give me Harry Potter back... shieeeettt.
Alfredo on Aug 16, 2008
Wow that was very stupid to write about. For those who love Twilight will read your opinion (which nobody cares about), hate you, and never wish to read your articles again. Very mature.
Katya on Aug 16, 2008
I am a huge Harry Potter fan. I mean HUGE. I worked at Borders from 1999-2004 just so I could do the midnight Harry Potter releases. I also did costumes, murals, and giant celebrations every August for Harry Potter's Birthday (all at Borders). I walked hundreds of children through how to make a golden snitch, and I haven't missed a single Harry Potter Film midnight release. That being said, I met Stephenie Meyer and an insane gaggle of fans just over a year ago- and after reading the Twilight jacket- I just didn't get it. It sounded lame- a teen falls in love with a vampire? Blah. In an effort to make a connection with a student who had been molested (I am a School Counselor), I picked up Twilight and read it in 8 hours. I then hopped into my car and went to buy New Moon and Eclipse, which I read the following day. I got married on August 2nd, the day Breaking Dawn came out, and my husband was worried I wouldn't make it down the aisle because I am so enchanted with these books! They have that special magic- the same kind of thing the Harry Potter books have, but in a different way. The lore of the Twilight saga is interesting, but it is the intensly deep emotional currents that suck the reader in and make them obsessed. I was deeply disappointed at the HP pushback, but I couldn't be more thrilled that it will be filled with equal (but different size) shoes. =)
Rachel on Aug 16, 2008
Alfredo: Take these books away from your niece, hide them, burn them, bury them, just take them away. I am so fed up with Twilight.
Rebecca on Aug 16, 2008
This is just the way that it happens now. Warner Brothers moved Harry Potter to the Dark Knight's weekend, hoping that it will bring in similar revenue. Unfortunately, it will probably tank in comparison to Potter films of yore, because not only is the momentum already waning (due to projects like "Twilight," as well as the end of Rowling's beloved book series), but also, fans are pissed. My friends and I are already planning to boycott the project for at least two weeks, hoping others will do the same to affect a gargantuan midnight turnaround. This is not about how important Harry Potter has been to generations of readers over the years, this is about making more money. They will blame it on the Writer's Strike, apologize to the fans, but the truth is, they are screwing us (and the franchise) for a shot at bigger numbers at the box office. "Twilight" is wonderful, however, and I hope it does better than HP6, numbers wise. We've hit a trend in the industry that is all about stacks of hundred dollar bills, at the mercy of the art and the audience. It is going to have to end very soon.
Tarah on Aug 16, 2008
I have to agree with Rachel. I am fan of Harry Potter and was planning on seeing both movies this Holiday. I do not like that Harry Potter is moving back. I disagree with their decision. I think I am a little frustrated that they moved up the release of Twilight. Do not get me wrong I am going to see it but I think that they were already rushing. But who I am to judge. I just wanted to say that I a fan of both I hope that does not make me a bad person. And say that they are two seperate genres completely. Twilight series is mainly focused on a love story. This question was asked of Robert Pattinson who played in a couple of the movies(ok just one and one picture shown) but he said the same thing about they are really not the same. They just come from two great authors who know how to tell a stories really well.
Carol on Aug 16, 2008
I'm a HUGE Potter fan but to be honest I'm glad to see Twilight take it's place since it isn't as if this smaller film forced it out. Harry Potter moved of it's own accord and it's really a case of too bad so sad. On the whole, the only thing I am now irritated by is the Journalists choice to offer their own unwanted opinion when all that was required of them was the news.
Aimee on Aug 16, 2008
I understand not being interested in Twilight but your stance on the movie is bordering on down right loathing, which I don't really understand. I get that it's not your cup of tea but what's the big deal if other people like it? You're the one who keeps choosing to write about it. I'm not being critical just curious.
janet on Aug 16, 2008
@Aimee & Katya Ummm.... this is a blog. As such, you get opinion as well as news. And telling the writer of said blog that no one is interested in his opinions and that he should be quiet is actually really, really offensive. That's basicly saying the only reason you come to firstshowing.net is for 'news' and that you care less about the actual people who put the hours of blood, sweat and tears into the 'news' articles your reading. If you disagree with the opinion of the author that is fine, I'm sure he expected it. However telling him his opinion is worthless on the VERY website he runs is again, very, very rude and disrespectful. He could have just as easily not written this at all, which would have been fine since he has a obvious dislike for the movie. However, he decided to write about it anyways to provide YOU, his readers, with information on a movie that he knows you like even if he doesn't. Would you prefer that next time he write nothing at all? I personally am interested in seeing how Twilight does without the heavyweight competition it had before. Although, from what I've seen so far I would have to say that perhaps a delay would have been better for it. Everything about it is allready 'rushed' and moving it ahead will only make this worse. Bah, I like good genre movies but this one is just... argh. The books (and the people that come with it) are completely overshadowing any legitimacy this film may have had for me and this move just makes it worse. This is an obvious grab from the studio wanting it to 'replace' Harry Potter. "Look at us, we're just as popular as you!" since any sequels that would be made would be in direct competition with the last two Potter flicks. I guess we'll see.
duca on Aug 16, 2008
Duca is right. But... I thought this post was about Inglorious Basturds 😛
Buttons on Aug 16, 2008
Alex Being a Potter fan is one thing, completely dissing another franchise because of big studios decisions is another. Ruining comic con ? I remember 10 years ago when Tolkien fans said about the same thing about HP and Star Wars.
Shige on Aug 16, 2008
Twilight is incredibly stupid.
GBg on Aug 16, 2008
alex if you don't care about the book then don't wright about it. me my self i am a twilight fan and i hate harry potter ok and i really happy it is coming out early. so if you don't have nothing nice or at least not dissing twilight then keep it to your self!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
lu on Aug 16, 2008
I don't know shit about Twilight. I don't care that much about it. But that being said, don't totally discredit and hate upon a movie because your favorite movie franchise is being pushed back. Be mad at the people behind HP for that.
Marty McFly on Aug 16, 2008
I love Harry Potter and Twilight very much! Either way I will be happy!
Lolly on Aug 16, 2008
Alex do us all a favor and never mention this "twighlight" (notice I did not capitalize, for it is not important and sucks) again. fuck WB fuck hollywood ;P
Carlos on Aug 16, 2008
who the fuck ants to watch another vampire flick?? okay so it has a little bit of a cult following, so the hell what?? when i read about people saying that it's a good replacement for hp and wondering which film has the bigger fan base, i get sick to my stomach. no way this movie is gonna crack 200M, 150 tops and watch it get smoked by bolt
LeeMan on Aug 16, 2008
@15 and 17 He writes about movie news. This is movie news. Simple as that. Odd as it may seem, but someone out there wanted to know about this.
Will S. (Co Springs) on Aug 16, 2008
you are an idiot if you would rather have harry potter than twilight. harry potter sucks it is gay and every one who likes it it just as gay. i would much rather have twilight than another harry potter film to waste perfectly good money on. if you want to see crap look in the toilet
james on Aug 16, 2008
I'm personally a fan of both Twilight and Harry Potter. I was looking forward to seeing them both being released so close 🙁 I'm very sad that Harry Potter is pushed back and I wish Twilight wasn't pushed up, I'm definitely going to the first showing I can of Twilight but It seems as though they're already rushed~ Hopefully this won't affect the films overall performance. 🙂 James. That's not nice. 😛
alexandra on Aug 16, 2008
lol... so HP fans are gay... and yet you prefer a book about a teenage girl who falls in love with a vampire. That sounds like something only girls in middle school would read.
Alfredo on Aug 16, 2008
Whoa. What a huge display of negative opinion about a movie that hasn't been released yet! If you've read the books and have an understanding or even the justice to display such a nasty opinion about Twilight, I'd understand, but I don't think you do, therefore, I'm highly astonished to see this post from First Showing. I WAS a big fan of First Showing. Now.... not so much. You now have a great deal of old fans that now hate you. Good Job!
Jessica Kennedy on Aug 16, 2008
Personally I'm a fan of both twilight and Harry Potter I'm happy that twilight's released got pushed up, but at the same time I'm disappointed with Harry Potter being moved to July, which I find really stupid to have to wait so long for it. I know you're entitled to your own opinion on things, but saying crap about a movie that hasn't been released yet is harsh and you may actually end up liking it if you plan to watch it. You don't even have to be a big fan or a fan at all to like a movie so that said Don't judge a book by its cover.
Irene on Aug 17, 2008
DUDE WTF have u even read the Twilight novel No u probably havent that why your so ignorant about them there are millions of fans wait for this movie to come out i KNOW this is going to be bigger than A WHINNING EMO WIZARD who cry when something doesnt go his way
Chris Ward on Aug 18, 2008
I have always been a fan of Harry Potter but after reading the Twilight saga I've become equally obsessed. I don't understand why everyones hating on Twilight because of this its not like Summit Entertainment pushed Twilight into Harry Potter's release date and forced them out.. Harry Potter's release date was pushed back first and Twilight is just taking the now empty space. If anything you should be mad at the company producing Harry Potter for pushing back the date in hopes of making more money, like Tarah said.
Danielle on Aug 18, 2008
Well this certainly made my wife happy. I haven't known her to read books very much until she found out about this Twilight series only 2 weeks ago and she's already on the 3rd book New Moon. I can wait for Harry, it's not like they're canceling the series or anything. But if Twilight can capitalize on this hopefully the other books will be made into movies as well.
Aaron Kent on Aug 18, 2008
i agree with Danielle and Irene. i am a huge Harry Potter fan, but this year, my friend got me to read Twilight, and it is just as high on my list as Harry Potter. i was looking forward to seeing both movies this year, and i am a little upset that they moved Harry Potter back, but its not like the people at Summit pushed it back. the people behind Harry Potter did that on their own accord, for their own reasons. all Twilight is doing is filling the empty space, and that makes me equally happy, because i am looking forward to seeing Twilight. really, i don't see why everyone is getting so worked up about this. criticizing a movie thats not even out yet (not to mention most of the people laying the blame on Twilight probably havent even read it), and all because they decided to hold off on releasing Harry Potter. seriously. what is the matter with you people?! and LeeMan: just wait. youd be surprised how many fans there are waiting anxiously for Twilight to be released, many of whom will likely see it multiple times. i wouldnt be surprised if it does reach the 200m mark.
Lyndsay on Aug 18, 2008
Oh, I need to read the first sooner than I thought I would. 😀
SillySil on Aug 18, 2008
bad move. 007 will kick there ass at the box office.
Darrin on Aug 18, 2008
Like the majority on here, I'm an avid fan of both. It may not be some people's cup of tea, but if they haven't taken the leap to read or admire it, how can they know? Both books get good and bad reviews, just like every other literary and entertainment debates. I admit that when I began reading BOTH of the series, both times I was very against it. I didn't really think they'd be any good. Just goes to show how much impressions can be. And to point out something most people have already said, it's not in any way Twilights fault for the HP movie being held up. I was outraged when I heard that, but I've read the books and Twilight will come out. It's not like the movie has been taken away, you just have to be a little patient. So I'd rather look as it as an oppurtunity rather than a loss. But personally, I'm not sure the movie can match up to the books. I really, really, really hope it will!!!!
shannon on Aug 18, 2008
WTF? like seriously its not Twilight's fault that HP got moved and since when do u start talking crap about a movie which isnt out yet and if you dont have anything good to say then shut it cause all of you HP fans...well some talk crap about something that wasnt our fault. just because it was moved to next year doesnt mean u cant see it at all right? u can still watch it but you have to wait and because of some people saying that Twilight should drown at the sink or something that is just low stop dissing us cause it aint our fault accept it and stop people mad cause i swear the way some of you write its like the end of the world or something that HP isnt out this year and if it was Twilight that was being moved ill cry but for a couple of days ill TRY and accept it and even though i never read HP im pretty sure its a great book aand im planning on reading it soon...anyways they are BOTH great books and great money making movies but i preffer Twilight because it the best book ever for me at least
Bianca on Aug 18, 2008
Hey twilight looks interesting but i agree with NO.30, the last james bond flick was incredible, and that is opening on the 5th of Nov. Well i have to say my money is on Quantum of Solace. Hey atleast i could watch Punisher :War Zone in Dec.
Valeska on Aug 18, 2008
wow, what's with the hostility towards Twilight? Have you read the books? Even if you have, just because you're upset about the Harry Potter release date being moved doesn't mean you have to take it out on Twilight. It's like, classic. Next to Harry Potter, it is my favorite series.
Elissa Cretella on Aug 19, 2008
uh, harry potter is getting a bit old and boring. the 5th movie bored me to death, sorry. Twilight is something new and fresh. and theres no sense of critizing a movie that hasn't even come out yet. I mean sure the trailers are not all the great... but why judge it by that. a small snippet vs. about 90 minute movie. NOT FAIR! & like some peoploe already said... HP's move is not Twilights fault!
ELLA. on Aug 19, 2008
Alex isn't mad at Twilight for taking HPs spot. He's mad at Twilight because it ruined his Comic Con experience. If any of you had bothered to follow Firstshowings excellent Comic Con coverage you would know that he had a very bad experience with Twilight, and more importantly, the Twilight fanbase. This has soured him to the entire concept and it obviously shows. To be honest, if what had happened to him had happened to me I would be just as pissed off/annoyed as he is.
duca on Aug 19, 2008
I LOVE TWILIGHT! Hell Ya! This is what I'm talking about! WooHoo! (Even though i love HP movies) I cant wait to see the movie!
Rebecca on Aug 19, 2008
Hey you Alex! You're an ass hole! Have you even read Twilight??
Kate on Aug 20, 2008
Duca, I did follow the comic Con coverage. I read all about how that twilight fan was ridiculous. I realize that it was a shitty thing to have happened to him, but he needs to move on and not hold a grudge. Taking a such a negative stance for a bad reason doesn't lead to good reporting. Sure we're all irritated by the fact that HP6 was moved on to July; however, I'm pretty excited I get to see Twilight sooner, and so are many of the fans of the series that I've talked to. From what I've been hearing most people share my views concerning their interest in seeing how Twilight is translated from a book to the screen. It's kind of a jerk move trying to make everyone else as sour as he is concerning twilight.
Jess on Aug 20, 2008
Personally I am a fan of both series. I am disappointed that HP is delayed, but I do understand the reasons that they have for postponing it: In the same time period that HP was going to be released the play that he is starring in, Equus, is going to be in New York. The whole decision was a publicity issue. The WB studio did not want the main publicity that they get for their movie to conflict with the play that Radcliffe is in because of issues that the play presents (ex. it is performed with nudity) The studio did not want the HP posters to be right up next to an Equus poster which is of Radcliffe's bare torso with a horse face on it. Also, there could be a problem with their image. Since a large part of their franchise is from families going to see their movies, they did not want to alienate that part of their franchise by having their movie associated with the play and that is their decision. I'm disappointed that the HP movie is delayed, but I'm glad that Twilight will be coming out.
Torie on Aug 21, 2008
OMG i cannot wait to see twilight dont get me wrong i like watching hp movies but when i started reading twilight and the other books of the series i was ecstatic to hear they were making a movie and that they were going to make it in november instead of december!!also hp books dont really keep my interest
Beckyboo on Aug 24, 2008
OMG to write an article bashing Twilight because you are disappointed about Harry flipping Potter just pisses me off. Twilight knocked HP off the #1 spot if you recall. And twilight has also caught the attention of millions of girls out there. And if you have never even read the book you should be ashamed of your self jumping to ridiculous conclusions.
Edward Lover on Aug 31, 2008
i would really appreciate it if people wouldnt say fuck about twilight because its a really good book... harry potter changed dates for its own reasons and so twilight was moved up. the dats already set so theres no use being mad shits at twilight or WB or any one else... nicole p.s GBg and those othern shit.......ure stupid gay fucks=D
nicole on Sep 1, 2008
right on nicole leave Twilight alone =]
Edward Lover on Sep 2, 2008
that's so unfair. i was hoping for the release of HP 6. i guess i'll have to go see what all the heep is abot Twilight.
Lauren on Sep 4, 2008
being a huge fan of both series, i am a little disappointed that harry potter's release date was moved so far into the future. It is too bad that Warner Brothers didn't realize that summer is a great time to release a movie about 4 months ago. but everyone knew that at least one major movie would someday challenge harry potter and that movie just happened to take its release date. what is warmer brothers going to do if twilight ends up making more money in november than harry potter does next summer or did last summer? it wasn't the smartest move but it happened and there is not much we can do about it.
courtney on Sep 5, 2008
I was actually against reading this book at first because I initially thought it was just a harry potter knock off and kids were going crazy for it. But I did FINALLY talk my self into reading it and I have to say... its not that bad. It does have that hypnotizing thing going on like the harry potter books in the past have had. I even bought the second one (new moon) to keep up with things. Now as far as the movie... promotionally i think it sucks. Just because ive never ever heard anything of the movie, or even seen the preview until i looked it up online. And the preview is ok. I just hope, like the others have said, its not rushed. Order of the Pheonix in my opinion felt crammed, and rushed. Which is why im glad harry potters last movie with be split up into 2 movies and only a few months apart. I still enjoyed Harry Potter 5 (hell i have it on dvr) but i just wish it was a little more smoothed out. Im still dissapointed and pissed off that #6 is getting pushed to July. So angry. No amount of twilight will fill that. But im interested to see how twilight does. Any who..... cheers =)
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BlAiiR RoSe on Sep 21, 2008
I don't know I mean I love Harry Potter but I've seen all of the movies and they just get worst and I like the Twilight series, I couldn't put it down I was up until 2 in the morning when I finally decided it was time to put it away locked up in my desk for the night then I woke up the next day and finished it.
Kathy on Sep 27, 2008
My friend saw me reading the uglies and the pretties and so on so she walked up to me and said "Twilight is much better" at this point I was halfway through the Pretties so i was just like OK whatever but then my brother told me to buy Twilight so he wouldn't have to spend his own money I was like FU(* YOU! so I went to the bookstore a few days ago and got the book just to read it because everyone was talking about vampires and and I was like WTF? it turned out to be really good and I'm reading the second one as we speak of course I downloaded it off the internet because I and not spending 20 FU(*ING dollars to buy a rip off hard cover book i mean Borders is rip off mostly I go there and read a short book right there LOL
Sophia on Sep 27, 2008
I read the Uglies and Pretties and Specials books too, they were really good. My friend introduced me to the Twilight series and I absolutely love the book, but though I will be going to the first showing of Twilight anywhere near me, I am absolutely horrified that they are making a movie. I have a very good imagination and have the perfect image of all the people in my head, and I get all confused and irritant when movies do not rise to my expectancy. The movie trailer does NOT get me exited about the book and I am terrified to watch it. I think Edward looks funny in the trailer, not at all the sexy vampire I had envisioned. I havent even seen the movie yet and Im annoyed. I was a huge Harry Potter fan and am looking forward to it coming out, but I can wait. The Harry Potter movies usually dont disapoint me.
Samantha on Oct 12, 2008
I agree with Katya. Alex Billington: You are screwing yourself by expressing your bullshit opinions on this movie. You are losing readers. You just lost me. These books are wonderful, and I don't think you shut complain about something you've never experienced. A.K.A. Read the books before you give us the big scoop on how much you hate the movie and novel.
annie on Oct 14, 2008
Hey Annie, read the comment I left on the Dracula page. Anyways, Alex. I think you are talented. Very. But seriously. The books are amazing, if you have any sense of good literature. My English teacher, he called us losers && told us it was stupid, and talked junk about it, just like you are.... Until he actually read it. Then he liked it. I am disappointed in all the hype. When it was an amazing book to sit down with and read, it was all good. But all the hype about the damn movie angers me. I've gotten used to Edward. But it's not right. And who would have imagined Laurent as Jamaican [[or whatever the hell he is]] Anyways, I loved the books, And I'm going to see the movie. But I am convinced it wont be that great.
Aymie Ellen` on Nov 5, 2008
And I agreed with Duca earlier. It's not like we dont care about Alex's opinion && shit but I mean, there's a load of Twi-hards out there and if you're running a page that's based on Twilight, or Twilight themed, or however you want to describe it, you should be a bit more sensitive. There's no point in pissing people off for fun.
Aymie Ellen` on Nov 5, 2008
I’m honestly, so freaking sick of Twilight fans saying how crappy HP is. I really just want to sock them in the face. I actually used to LOVE Twilight before they started saying all of this. Now I HATE Twilight and hope it bombs in the cinemas. Or at LEAST loses out to HP. Which I have full confidence that it will. MOST Twilight fans used to be HP fans, OR they always hated HP. Either way their either HP-Haters so their opinion on Harry Potter in itself is a biased and ignorant statement, or they are HP-Traitors, meaning their being nasty hypocrites. I know this might sound a bit dramatic, but when I read so much on what Twilight Fans say it makes me want to cry. I want to love BOTH of the books, but I can’t because one way or the others, those STUPID TWI-TARDS are going to hate on HP like they never used to love it before. (if they were HP fans before) Plus, the twilight fandom is a lot crazier than the HP fandom. I have never seen so much pissed off fans JUST because someone says “they don’t like twilight.” It’s like…a LAW to them NOT to have anyone say that. It’s ridiculous. I don’t want to upset any Twilight fans on here, I’m just really heading over the edge on this one. It’s upsetting me and I hope if you’re a Twilight fan and reading this that you’re not one of those people who continue to bash the HP series. Many HP fans would gladly back off if you all did the same. I don’t care who started it, but everyone just needs to stop. People can love BOTH and just because someone may support one just a LITTLE more it doesn’t mean the other SUCKS. It just means they are more of a fan of the other. I was and always had been more of an HP fan. I’m going to stay that way but it doesn’t mean I’m an idiot if I would have preferred to see Hp over Twilight. It doesn’t mean I should die because I think J.K’s writing is more interesting. It’s just ME. I used to love them BOTH. Now I was forced to take sides because their was no way I was going to just sit back and allow them to say untrue and unfair statements about the HP series. Many twilight fans insist people not to diss their book, yet they do it to us. If everyone can just be quiet for a moment and calm down, then we can all stop this war. Twilight fans can love Twilight and HP fans can love HP WITHOUT this stupid war!
Anna-An irritated fan on Nov 16, 2008
I have to say I do not hate HP. I love both series. I think they are both completely different. I was really wanting to see HP along with Twilght this Holiday season. I am still going to see both. I for one though can underestand the craziness that is going on right now with the hype on Twilight. I do not remember this craziness at the beginning of HP. Anyway I just wanted to say that can we be a fan of both??
Carol on Nov 16, 2008
Wow some of you harry potter fans are very matture. I am completly obsessed with Twilight but that doesn't give me a right to bad mouth Harry Potter thats why you dont hear me bad mouthing it. It's rather annoying that you guys feel you have the right to do that. I bet Harry Potter is a very good book but it's somethig I will probably never read because I'm not sure how into i would be able to get. I feel you should only have the right to talk about it IF you've read at least the first book. You can't judge a book by it's cover OR WHAT OTHER PEOPLE SAY! So all I'm saying is I don't find it right to bad mouth Twilight if you haven't even given it a chance. Sorry if I've made anyone mad that was really not my intention.
Manda on Jul 16, 2009
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