Twilight's 'Breaking Dawn - Part One' Premiere Buildup Hits New Heights

Twilight Stars Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson - P 2011
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Before Summit's vampire flick, starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, premieres in L.A. Nov. 14, the studio has quite a few fan-appreciation events scheduled for Twihards who are already camping out.

There's virtually no way not to have heard by now. The Twilight Saga's fourth installment, Breaking Dawn - Part One, hits theaters Friday, Nov. 18. 

And, as usual, Summit is hitting the pre-release marketing agenda hard.

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Stars Robert Pattinson (Edward Cullen), Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black) and Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan) have been appearing on the talk show and red carpet circuit for weeks. New clips from the film, soundtracks and exclusive photos have been released. Hands and feet have been immortalized in cement

But, what about the film's fan base? Summit isn't leaving them out either. 

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The studio is hosting events ramping up to its Monday, Nov. 14 L.A. premiere for Twihards (who have already started camping out outside the Nokia Theater at L.A. LIVE 5 days in advance of their favorite vampire and werewolf's red carpet arrivals). 

In addition to screening the previous films Twilight Thursday Nov. 10, New Moon Friday, Nov. 11 and Eclipse Saturday, Nov. 12,  Summit will be hosting special events for fans. 

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Saturday, Nov. 12, Breaking Dawn co-star Charlie Bewley (who plays vampire Demetri in the films) will host an outdoor concert featuring artists from the movie's soundtrack, including Mia Maestro, Imperial Mammoth, Sleeping At Last and Aqualung & Lucy Schwartz. 

The following day, some more of the film's stars are scheduled to stop by the Twi-line to greet fans and treat them to breakfast. (Though the studio isn't say which stars will be popping down).