WALKER (WZZM) -- The final film in the popular "Twilight" Saga opened Thursday night in theatres across the country.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 is the fourth movie in the fantasy series.
Hundreds of fans lined up for tickets in the Grand Rapids area, including at the Star Theatre in Walker.
The theatre had six showings Thursday, starting at 10 p.m., and four shows sold out.
This is a huge night for "Twilight" fans, because it wraps up a movie saga that started four years ago. The films are based on the vampire-romance novels about love, war and immortality.
The crowd consisted mostly of women and teenage girls, who say they've seen all the movies and have read all the books.
They say they're drawn to "Twilight" because the story line is too good to be true.
"Fantasy, it's out of this world, to be loved like that, I think every woman, every girl, imagines that," said Danya Van Derlugt of Newaygo.
"And of course, Jacob's from the Grand Rapids area so it's just, you have that romance and you have a little bit of action," said Lisa Acosta of Grant.
Balter Orellana came with his girlfriend.
"I like them, but I wouldn't watch them by myself," he said.
One family we talked with saw a sneak viewing of the movie Wednesday night. They say the film had all the action and adventure they were expecting, and they say there's a big twist you won't see coming.