Nope, no movies for me this weekend!! I will see them eventually, but right now I admit that I don’t care about either!!

New “Twilight” film eyes $150 million-plus opening
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) ñ Box office sales are about to skyrocket as two summer sizzlers launch midweek ahead of the Independence Day holiday weekend amid fervid enthusiasm from their respective fan bases.
Summit’s “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” bows at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday in more than 4,000 locations, with the vampire-romance threequel likely to sink its teeth into more than $150 million across the United States and Canada through Monday.
The first sequel, “The Twilight Saga: New Moon,” bowed with $142.8 million during its first three days last November en route to a domestic haul of $296.6 million. The original “Twilight” opened in November 2008 with $69.6 million and wrapped with $192.8 million.
“The advance ticket sales are as good as for ‘New Moon,’ and certainly the tracking data is,” Summit distribution president Richie Fay said. “But the real question is whether the moviegoers feel they need to catch the movie the first day or two or maybe think they can wait until the weekend. It’s really difficult to say how the grosses will come in.”
Additionally, Paramount on Thursday opens director M. Night Shyamalan’s 3D family adventure “The Last Airbender,” which should skew male as “Eclipse” preoccupies younger women. Based on the Nickelodeon animated kids series, “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” the live-action movie was produced in 2D and converted to 3D to exploit audience enthusiasm for the format.
It is forecast to fetch as much as $50 million through Monday. The estimated production costs totaled $150 million.
“Eclipse” — which totes a relatively modest $60 million budget — also opens in 41 international territories, including several larger markets such as Russia, Italy, Spain and Mexico. “Airbender” unspools in foreign markets during July and August.
Meanwhile, Disney/Pixar’s 3D threequel “Toy Story 3,” the box office champ for the last two weekends, is likely to grab the bronze medal with upward of $35 million.