The back-to-back appearances will happen Nov. 17-20 as fans eagerly await New Moon

By People Staff
Updated October 26, 2009 02:00 PM
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When does a new moon last for three days?

When it’s on at 7 in the morning on NBC, of course.

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner are slated appear a whopping three days in succession on the Today Show to promote their movie, New Moon, which opens on the Nov. 20, the final day of their appearances, the morning show confirms to PEOPLE.

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Pattinson heads in fangs-first on Nov. 18, Stewart comes between the two men on Nov. 19, and werewolf Lautner brings up the tail on Nov. 20.

The news was first reported by GossipCop.com.