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Stephenie Meyer and her "Twilight" series have given the world a great many wonders – sexually frustrated werewolves, glittery vampires, pouty teens and a whole lot of bite-lust – but her pals at Lionsgate know Twi-hards are a population that's not easily satisfied.
Lionsgate co-chair and Summit co-founder Rob Friedman says that, despite the series having come to an end, he's ready to make another "Twilight" film if Meyer is up for writing the book.
"If she (Meyer) wishes to do it, we'll be there to support her," he told The Hollywood Reporter regarding a sixth installment in the hit series.
The first four films have already made more than$2.5 billion worldwide, with both domestic and international grosses increasing by large percentages since the release of the first film, a good sign for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," scheduled for release in Nov. 2012.
While the anticipation for the second half of "Breaking Dawn" may seem unbearable to some dedicated fans, they won't have to wait much longer to get a temporary fix.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the trailer for the film will debut in theaters for "The Hunger Games" audiences this March.
Good luck, with your newfound super-fame, Liam Hemsworth. R.Pattz's shoes are some big ones to fill, but all that "Hunger Games" training probably means you can outrun a mob of tweens.