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A list of worldwide release dates for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 have made their way online thanks to IMDb.

The final Twilight film will largely debut in the month of November, but Hong Kong and Japan will have to wait until December. Several countries will actually be getting the movie a couple days earlier than the United States. Thanks to The Examiner for this simple round-up:

  • November 14th – Belgium, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland (Italian and French speaking regions).
     

  • November 15th – Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Hungary, New Zealand, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Thailand, and the Ukraine.
     

  • November 16th – Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Finland, Ireland, Lithuania, Mexico, Norway, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Vietnam.
     

  • November 22nd – Armenia, Germany, Singapore, and Switzerland (German speaking region).
     

  • December 20th – Hong Kong.
     

  • December 28th – Japan.
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    Late last month we learned that the Breaking Dawn – Part 2 world premiere would be held in Los Angeles. Fans looking to camp out for the event should read Summit’s official information about how the process will work. To help quell your thirst for the final movie, we also encourage you to view the final poster featuring Edward, Bella, and Jacob and see fifteen new photos!

    Just over a month to go!

    • Ash

      I love Taylor Lautner and I can’t wait to see him as Jacob Black!

    • http://twitter.com/Merina2 Merina

      YES. GOOD. MY COUNTRY WILL NOT HAVE TO WAIT WEEKS AS IT SOMETIMES DOES. HAPPINESS IS ME :D

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