There's no rest for the stars of the "Twilight" saga.
"New Moon" is due on November 20, 2009, with "Eclipse" to follow on June 30, 2010. Plans for the film adaptation of the fourth book in the Stephenie Meyer series, "Breaking Dawn," have yet to be announced.
And in related news, the real-life town that serves as the setting of the novels, Forks, Wash., held a "Twilight" symposium last weekend that included a full-scale prom.
According to People, the town has become a Twi-hard tourist hotspot in the wake of the franchise's popularity. Fans who went through the $300 symposium were awarded with a diploma at a graduation ceremony in Forks High School's cafeteria, and the prom featured performances by "Twilight"-influenced fan bands such as the Bella Cullen Project, Bella Rocks and the Mitch Hansen Band.
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