Four years and billions of dollars at the box office later, the Twilight Saga is coming to an end. We caught up with fans eagerly waiting to see Twilight Breaking Dawn Part II at Tempe Marketplace.
It's the final chapter for Edward, Bella and Jacob, so of course their fans wouldn't miss the midnight showing at Harkins Theater.
Sabrina Baez arrived at the theater at 5 a.m. Deirdre Dillard arrived at 7 a.m.
These fans plan their lives around the films.
"The whole love story come on, I mean everybody thinks wouldn't it be nice to live forever, extended life?" says Christina Alders.
Fans can't get enough of Edward and Bella's romance, but they're also looking forward to the on-screen action as vampires and werewolves team up for the final Twilight film.
"Excitement I can't wait to see the Volturi, her as a new vampire, just everything," says Dillard.
Twilight fans are excited to see the final book come to life on the big screen, but they say when they walk through the door when that movie ends, they'll be overwhelmed with emotion.
"I'm sad really sad," says Sabrina Baez.
"I've never read the books but I look forward to seeing Jacob on screen so I'm going to be really sad that this is over," says Dillard.
Many twilight fans say the sadness over the saga's end will subside as soon as the second story in the Hunger Games series hits the big screen.
"First it was Harry Potter then Twilight now its Hunger Games, after that it's going to be something else," says Alders.
You'll know when the next big film hits theaters because these fans will be lined up outside.
Harkins Ultimate Twilight Marathon
Nov. 15, 10:45 a.m.
Watch all four previous Twilight films before the premiere at 10 p.m.