Yes, "Twilight" stars and are-they-or-aren't-they-still-a-couple Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson appeared together on the carpet.
Kristen Stewart abandoned her usual Balenciaga for a sheer -- well, see-through -- Zuhair Murad gown.
Robert Pattinson adjusts his jacket before taking the long walk down the carpet at Nokia Theatre.
Taylor Lautner flashes his pearly whites for the flashing cameras.
Peter Facinelli attends solo.
Ashley Greene, dressed in Donna Karan Atelier, gives a wave.
Kellan Lutz, who plays Emmett Cullen in the "Twilight" films, attended the premiere with Australian actress Sharni Vinson.
Nikki Reed attended the premiere with her husband, singer Paul McDonald.
Billy Burke plays Bella's dad Charlie Swan.
Brunette Dakota Fanning, dressed in Elie Saab, waves at the fans.
Jackson Rathbone, a.k.a. Jasper Hale, strikes a pose.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, arm in arm on the red carpet.
Maggie Grace plays the vampire Irina.
Elizabeth Reaser, the vampire Esme Cullen, mother of Edward.
The woman who created the "Twilight" world, author Stephenie Meyer
Mackenzie Foy plays the daughter of Bella and Edward, Renesmee.
Young shape shifter Booboo Stewart (Seth) attends with his sister Fivel.
Julia Jones plays shaper-shifter Leah.
Marlane Barnes, who plays the vampire Maggie, poses with a fan.
Kristen Stewart, hair perfectly in place, signs autographs.
Kellan Lutz appears to have an older following.
You're never too young to be a "Twilight" fan, Ashley Greene discovers.
Robert Pattinson snaps a shot with a young fan, who likely won't sleep tonight.
Author Stephenie Meyer greets her admirers.
Billy Burke has a following.
Taylor Lautner has to decide which of the dozens of photos, programs or body parts to sign next.
"Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2' premiere was Monday night in Los Angeles at Nokia Theatre, and Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner didn't disappoint. Screams from TwiHards of all ages -- some of whom camped out for days under the chilly November skies -- were deafening as the cast marked the final film in the series that has racked up over $2.5 billion worldwide. "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" opens Friday.
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