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June 21, 2012  | by: Natalia Weiner

Ever since 2008, the Twilight series has had girls bitten-then-smitten all across the world. It’s no wonder that Lionsgate does not want to let go of the massive money market that has grossed over $392 million, the highest amount ever for a female director. But since the release of the teaser trailer and the movie series finally coming to a close on November 16th of this year, it would seem that fans will have to bid farewell to their beloved love triangle of  Edward, Bella and Jacob. But not so fast! Rumor has it that Twilight is up for “reboot”, which could potentially mean more of the story for our favorite vampires.

According to Digital Trends, Rob Friedman of Lionsgate made a statement about the possible reboot:

“We are not remaking Twilight. We will happily support Stephanie Meyer if she decides to proceed in any way. But this will be the last one unless that should change.”

The question still remains; if there were to be an addition to the series, what will that entail? A prequel? Sequel? TV series? It would seem unlikely that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson would be unwilling to participate in another Twilight segment since this series skyrocketed them to stardom in the first place. (Although Pattinson did have a stint in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire as the dashing Cedric Diggory).

Would you want to see a new Twilight installment? Or should these vampires finally be put to rest?

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