About three things I was absolutely positive. First, Edward was a vampire. Second, there was part of him — and I didn’t know how potent that part might be — that thirsted for my blood. And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him. Bella Swan, Twilight, Chapter 9, p.195
Jacob had become a part of me, and there was no changing that now.Bella Swan, Eclipse, Chapter 4, p.112
Jacob was right. He’d been right all along. He was more than just my friend. That’s why it was so impossible to tell him goodbye — because I was in love with him. Too. I loved him, much more than I should, and yet, still nowhere near enough. I was in love with him, but it was not enough to change anything; it was only enough to hurt us both more. To hurt him worse than I ever had. Bella Swan, Eclipse, Chapter 23, p.528
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The hype has been building for “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” for months–and the initial reports indicate the eagerly-awaited supernatural movie is putting up blockbuster box office numbers. According to early estimates from Hollywood.com, Summit Entertainment’s “New Moon,” which opened on Friday at 12:01 a.m., posted the largest opening-day box office gross on record, taking in $72.7 million on its first day. That beats out “The Dark Knight” (Warner Bros.) which took in $67.2 million on its opening day in 2008, and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (Paramount) which brought in $62 million on its first day earlier this year.“New Moon” stars actress Kristen Stewart as a small-town girl caught in a love triangle between a vampire, played by Robert Pattinson, and a werewolf, played by Taylor Lautner. The movie is based on the “Twilight” book series by author Stephenie Meyer.
The “New Moon” gross may grow, since the early figures are an estimate and some theaters haven’t yet reported their numbers.
“New Moon” also posted the largest midnight opening on record, grossing $26.3 million at the late-night screenings. That’s ahead of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” which logged $22.2 milion for the second-biggest preview opening, and “The Dark Knight” which grossed $18.5 million for third-place on the all-time list of such showings.