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There was a lot of high-pitched screaming.
"Twilight" will fill the November 21 vacancy recently left by the nine-month delay of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
This year's San Diego Comic-con hosted a special event Thursday to promote the upcoming film. Meyer, director Catherine Hardwicke, and some of the movie's cast attended the panel. Waiting anxiously for them were thousands of screaming fans, though only about 6,500 were admitted to the hall.