Those Twihards mean business. Despite the fact that there are still four more days till its release on Nov. 20, 'New Moon,' the second movie in Stephenie Meyer's 'Twilight' saga, has already surpassed 'Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith,' 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,' and 'The Dark Knight' as Fandango's top-selling advance ticket seller.

According to the online site, the 'New Moon' tickets, which have been available for advance purchase since August 31, had recently been making up 86 percent of Fandango's weekly sales.

As of Monday at 11 a. m. PST, that figure has surged to 92 percent. Those Twihards mean business. Despite the fact that there are still four more days till its release on Nov. 20, 'New Moon,' the second movie in Stephenie Meyer's 'Twilight' saga, has already surpassed 'Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith,' 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince' and 'The Dark Knight' as Fandango's top-selling advance ticket seller.

According to the online site, the 'New Moon' tickets, which have been available for advance purchase since August 31, had recently been making up 86 percent of Fandango's weekly sales.

As of Monday at 11 a.m. PST, that figure has surged to 92 percent.

"We could say we expected it to do well ... but it's a little bit of a surprise that it's surpassed the advance ticket sales of 'Star Wars,'" said Fandango spokesman Harry Medved. "Fans cannot wait to be reunited with Edward and Jacob and see their beloved characters come to life on the big screen."

Not to mention the flesh. In a poll of advance ticket buyers, 61 percent of females said they were more excited to see the famously bulked-up Taylor Lautner take off his shirt as werewolf Jacob Black than Robert Pattinson as vampire Edward Cullen as they vie for the affections of Bella Swan (Kristin Stewart).

But it's not just about the finely-chisled beefcake content. It appears as though ticket-buyers are excited about 'New Moon's ramped-up action sequences as well. "There's so much more action in 'New Moon' than there is in 'Twilight,' that you've got to expect that a lot of guys will be willing to be dragged to [see the film] by their girlfriends," said Medved.

Still, those who aren't die-hard Twihards may want to bring some ear plugs to those initial screenings, as more than half of those polled said they planned to scream during the movie's opening credits.