18 November 2012 2:46 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Most people, when you tell them they're going to have to pay twice as much to get what they want, are likely to yell at you. Twilight fans? They just get more excited and happily hand over the cash. Stretching the final chapter in the sparkly vampire saga into two chapters gave Summit the irresistible chance to take the franchise cash cow for an extra spin. And why not? It worked out pretty well for Harry Potter. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, the second half of the end of the franchise, may not have marked the top of the financial heap for the franchise, but it came close. With a $141 million debut it fell just shy of New Moon's $142 million franchise record opening in 2009. And now, fans can shed their final tear of sorrow at the franchise's departing, and the rest of us can shed our final tears of »

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