It may seem like
But the journey isn't yet over for the stars of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2," who will jet to Europe this evening after attending the film's Hollywood premiere.
"Knowing we have to go to London tonight and then to Madrid is so annoying," said
"I know the most go-to answer for everyone on these carpets is 'Oh my gosh, this is so surreal,'" she said, affecting a valley girl voice. "But to be honest with you, this time is so completely surreal. I'm trying to absorb it. I'm trying to be here."
"I was so excited I remember just diving into the fans," he said, flanked by security guards who didn't look pleased at the thought of the actor crowdsurfing.
"They might freak out a little, but you gotta do it sometimes," he said, eyeing his bodyguard with a smile.
"If there was an Austen-ite community, I would have been a big part of it," she said, noting that she used to own a "muslin afternoon tea dress" in honor of the famous novelist's characters.
The fan fervor affected director
"Working on a movie that has such a direct connection to the audience I think gives you a heightened awareness of how what you do affects people when they see it," Condon explained.
And for those Twi-hards who are taking the ending of the franchise particularly hard, don't worry -- "The Host," a new film based on a
Though it may not star Bella and Edward, the film's star
"It's still Stephenie and it's still the same kind of writing," the 18-year-old said. "She's still got that magic touch for storytelling, so hopefully they'll enjoy it."