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‘Twilight’ falls one final time

Fans celebrate last in film series with daylong marathon

Greg Pecoro, 24, left, and Taylor Tope, 17, purchase tickets to see Twilight Breaking Dawn at the Regal Cinemas Clifton Park Stadium 10 RPX  Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Greg Pecoro, 24, left, and Taylor Tope, 17, purchase tickets to see Twilight Breaking Dawn at the Regal Cinemas Clifton Park Stadium 10 RPX Thursday.
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The fifth and final installment of the “Twilight” saga hit select theaters Thursday night, and many moviegoers geared up for it by camping out for hours. They weren’t waiting in line, though. Instead, they were holed up with blankets, pillows and popcorn at one of several area Regal Cinemas showing an all-day marathon of the wildly popular vampire series, leading up to the 10 p.m. opening of “Breaking Dawn — Part 2.” “We wanted to ...


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