It's the end of an era. As far as we know, there will be no more books, and no more movies. Twilight as we knew it is officially over.
Breaking Dawn Part 2 opened in theaters all over the world Thursday night. For some, this was bitter-sweet news.
"It's kind of sad because you don't get to see them again, but at the same time it's exciting to see the end and exciting to see what they're going to do with it," said Lydia Picking.
She started waiting in line at the Lincoln Grand at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday. Her movie wasn't scheduled to start until midnight.
"I'm the first in line,"she said. "Part of it is it's nice to get a good seat, but part of it is...it's nice to see a movie with people who like it as much as you do."
The Lincoln Grand had seven theaters playing Breaking Dawn Part 2-- five of those were sold out by 8:00 Thursday night.
"We'll probably be sprinting to our spots so we get the spots we want," said Kelley Helm, who was the second in line for the midnight show.
"I haven't read the books, I'm more of a movie buff. I'm really excited to see what they do with the last one to finish it off."
Unlike most Twilight mega-fans, Helm didn't know the ending before seeing the movie.
"It's always a mystery that way. This time, I'm a little skeptical, but I have my hopes."