After months of speculation since K-Stew's cheating scandal came to light, "Twilight" actors Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson were back together on the red carpet at the franchise's final film premiere Monday night in Los Angeles. Looking cozy, the two on-screen and off-screen loves confirmed to Twihard fans that they have indeed reunited.
Fans at "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" premiere were camped out for days awaiting the arrival of their favorite stars, and the actors told Showbiz Tonight what it was like to reach the end of the franchise's journey.
"It's been absolutely unreal. It's a surreal feeling because I can't believe it's over," describes Taylor Lautner. "But it's been an honor to be a part of this and it's definitely tough to say goodbye to."
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Pattinson echoes his on-screen rival's sentiments, saying, "It's very very surreal. I feel like -- every other premiere I feel like I've gone to do another 'Twilight' movie three months later or already in the middle of shooting one. I haven't really experienced life in about five years without 'Twilight'-related stuff."
And Stewart talks about what it's like to have all the fan support as this franchise comes to an end. "We do share it with millions of people -- if that can leave you so quickly, then you're a nutcase. I think it's not going anywhere. The fact that the movies will exist forever and we'll be proud of them until the day we die. We feel pretty good walking away. I'm really glad this story is finally told."
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" hits theaters on Friday.