Lionsgate is giving "Twilight" fans a whole new way to experience the first film in the romantic fantasy saga. More than a decade after hitting theaters, the movie is getting a live concert tour, Deadline reports. Fans, new and old, will get to watch the love triangle involving Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), and Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) play out with a live orchestra performing the Carter Burwell-composed film score.
The tour is meant to "introduce ['Twilight'] to legions of new fans around the world," according to Lionsgate's Jenefer Brown, and it is a unique way to watch the film. The event will start in Brazil this August, and then continue on to Australia and the U.K. Unfortunately for U.S. Twihards, no stops stateside have been announced at the time of this writing.
The Catherine Hardwicke-directed film is based on the first installment in author Stephenie Meyer's hugely popular "Twilight" book series. It grossed more than $393.6 million dollars at the global box office and was followed up by four commercially successful sequels.