'Twilight' Is Returning To Theaters for Its 10-Year Anniversary & I Feel Like A Sullen Pre-Teen Again

Are you Team Edward or Team Jacob? If that question is starting to make you feel nostalgic, there’s a pretty good reason why—the first Twilight movie hit theaters 10 years ago. And yes, you are getting old.

To mark the 10th anniversary of the year your biggest celebrity crushes became sexy teenage monsters, over 450 movie theaters in the United States will be holding four screenings of Twilight at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday, October 21, and Tuesday, October 23. I don’t know about you, but my pre-teen self is already getting so hype.

According to MovieWeb, the screenings will also include an introduction by director Catherine Hardwicke and a sneak peek of the special feature, "Twilight Tour...10 Years Later," from the upcoming release of a boxed sex of all five Twilight saga movies. So yeah, it looks like the universe is preparing you to relive your greatest high school vampire/werewolf fantasies.

Although it doesn’t feel like much time has passed since the Twilight phenomenon was sweeping the nation, a lot has changed since that magical time in our lives. Bella Swan’s house in Forks, Washington (which is actually in St. Helens, Oregon) has recently gone on sale for $349,000, TeenVogue reports. And earlier this year, Kristen Stewart reunited with Mackenzie Foy, who played Bella and Edward’s daughter Renesmee, at a Chanel party. According to Elle, the young actress is now 17-years-old. (I knew children of vampires grew up unusually fast, but this is ridiculous.)

Only a few months until we get to transform back into the Twihards we truly are by the light of the full moon.