It looks like the movement swept Fandom collectively, as if well thought and decided with one mind "I just can't keep doing this". Less than a month, and its time to go into hibernation.
Twitarded said today
When all of the trading cards and scans from the New Moon Movie Companion started showing up everywhere (along with those "back lot" photos which I assume are in a book somewhere), it hit me: I didn't want to see all of it. In fact, I didn't want to see any more of it than I'd already seen. I'd already seen too much. I was watching a video the other day that included a pic of Robward in the "Reunion" scene with full-on CGI vampire sparkle going on, and I was immediately really pissed that I'd seen it like that! It's like you want your first time to be all special with flower petals on 400 thread-count sheets with candles and soft music and romantic cuddle-time after and instead it ends up being a futon with questionable bedding and incense burning and afterwards you have to go to your shitty job at Jamesway... Wait where was I??? Oh yeah - there were just TOO MANY spoilers out there - if I looked at all of it, I'd see the whole movie - and then some! - before I even headed out to the theater on November 19th (which, I'd like to note is exactly four weeks from tonight!!! Four weeks from this exact moment, I will have seen New Moon - wooooooo!!! GAH!!!).
"InterventionReject" commented on Twitarded and put it the best that I've seen:
I want to be surprised and entertained and to ooh and ah. I want to squee and squee like I mean it. I don't want to be thinking, which I have a nasty habit of doing, in the movie theater, "Oh, I remember this from online. Oh, so that's what this scene was. Eh, I think Kristen's acting too hard. Uh, Rob looks so angsty here."
I want to be in complete Bella/Edward/Jacob Twi-La-La-Land.
For some reason, the honor code has been broken among fans in watching Edward leave Bella on youtube instead of on the big screen, almost as if they are being a voyeur instead of being invited to the break up party.
Not only Twitarded, but LetterstoTwilight commented that it's too much, as did Twifans
I just have to say that I don't want to leave the theater on November 19th doing the walk of shame. I want to hold my head high.