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Twilight May Come Sooner Than Expected!

News out of Hollywood is that "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part I" may be moved up to a July date due to some bad publicity from critics. We sent our reporter to get the latest and he says that right now it is 50-50.

Although the Twilight books and movies have never been highly rated by critics, "Breaking Dawn, Part I" will be coming out after "Twilight: Eclipse", the most recent edition, was nominated for a "Razzie" as one of the worst movies of the year. This is thought to be one of the reasons that the movie date might be moved to July, 2011 instead of in the fall.

"I think the reasoning here is that if the last movie gets another poor rating, it will be harder to get a good report from critics for the last two movies", stated one critic who asked not to be identified for fear of his life.

Indeed, the news of the Razzie nomination will cause some teeth grinding among the teens but they will still support the upcoming "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part I" even more.

Typical was a hasty interview set-up on the streets of Los Angeles where teens were asked about the "Razzie" nomination:

"Are you kidding? Twilight movies are the greatest ever and Robert Pattinson is the sexiest guy in Hollywood", stated one young lady. This was the general feeling among teens, especially young ladies as most of the guys shrugged or nodded approval of their girl's remarks. And, judging by the way the girls were dressed and looked, who can blame them?

This is Kent Cassidy for The West Coast Post.

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