(PRWEB) November 11, 2011
To celebrate the release of the years most eagerly anticipated film, Twilight Breaking Dawn Part One, GB Posters have increased their Twilight range to include posters from what is guaranteed to be another box office hit for the film saga. The posters have proved to be incredibly popular with Twilight fans so far and are flying out of the door almost as quick as the vampire novels and early release cinema tickets themselves.
The Twilight Saga certainly has the golden touch when it comes to successful merchandising and this shows no signs of waning as the film release date draws ever closer. This is not surprising when figures recently revealed that the books, written by Stefanie Meyer, have sold over 116 million copies worldwide while the first three films have grossed over $1.8 billion already.
The beautiful and moving love story between a mysterious boy and a teenage girl who discovers his true vampire identity, has captured the imagination and hearts of people all around the world. This fourth installment in the saga is arguably the most eagerly awaited yet. Twilight Breaking Dawn Part One, contains the scene which every Twilight fan has been waiting for since the first book, the marriage of the main characters, vampire Edward Cullen and the madly in love Bella Swan.
Jamie Wilkins, E-Commerce Manager for GB Posters, describes the response they have had to the iconic posters, “We have been overwhelmed with just how popular the Twilight posters have been. The demand has much been higher than we expected but posters are the perfect way to capture the very essence of a film such as Twilight.”
He goes on to explain about the other ranges that GB Posters sell, “As well as selling officially licensed products such as Twilight posters and Manchester United posters for example, our design team are always working to develop original posters to complement these products. It keep our range fresh as well as giving customers the chance to buy something completely unique.”
Posters have had a huge surge in popularity recently which has been boosted by the release of so many big film blockbusters throughout the year and the revival of many vintage signs and slogans. The final Harry Potter film installment also had the same effect as Twilight on poster sales with film fans clamoring to buy memorabilia to commemorate the wizards triumphant end. While the World War Two slogan ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ has also become a best seller in these troubled economic times with it being adopted by a whole new generation who are both charmed and inspired by this morale boosting slogan.
Films complement posters so well because they are designed to capture all of the emotions from films and tv programmes and transform them into something which can be displayed in the home or office for inspiration on those particularly tough days.
As the Twilight release date draws closer GB Posters will be adding to the range as more iconic and long awaited snapshots from the film become available to inspire and excite Twilight film fans around the world.