As if Twilight fans didn't have enough tools to keep busy with until the Nov. 18 release of Breaking Dawn - Part 1, the movie franchise has launched a new interactive Web site called the Time Capsule.

Twi-hards -- Twilight fans -- are encouraged to share personal memories of almost every kind on the Web site, which went live on Thursday.

Fans can commemorate and share content with each other, and relive any moment in Twilight Saga film history, according to a press release obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.

Photos, videos and comments will appear in the same space as the official trailers and posters.

The Time Capsule also gives fans the opportunity to link externally to sites like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.

Based on the popular novels by Stephenie Meyer, the Twilight Saga film franchise has grossed millions worldwide, with the latest, Eclipse, raking in more than $698 million at the box office.

The film adaption of the last novel, Breaking Dawn, has been split into two films, both directed by Bill Condon (Dreamgirls, Gods and Monsters).

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart reprise their roles as dreamboat vampire Edward Cullen and his mortal girlfriend Bella Swan. For months, the movie franchise has been advertising Breaking Dawn: Part 1 as an event not to be missed, referring to the big wedding between the novel and film's protagonists.

Launch of the Twilight Time Capsule arrives just weeks after Summit Entertainment announced that the previous three films would be re-released in limited theaters. Twilight Tuesdays will screen Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse every Tuesday in November until Breaking Dawn - Part 1 opens, according to MTV.

Scroll down to watch a video of the Twilight Time Capsule, as explained by actress Nikki Reed, who plays vampire Rosalie Hale in the film series.