Edward and Bella are at it again.
The final chapter in the "Twilight" trilogy, "Breaking Dawn-Part Two" has premiered across the country - and in Los Angeles County of course.
The film starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson took in $30.4 million opening night. That was slightly more than the $30.3 million that "Breaking Dawn-Part One" garnered last year.
"Part Two" took in just a tick over $141 million in ticket sales in its opening weekend—besting "Part One," which reaped $138 million last year.
Are you going to see it? Have you already? Or could you care less? Tell us in the comments section.
For those who want a summary, here's the synopsis from the filmmakers:
"Brought back from near-death by Edward after childbirth, Bella begins her new life as a vampire and mother to their daughter, Renesmee. When the Volturi are led to believe that Renesmee was not born as a vampire but, rather, turned into one in violation of their code, the Volturi set out to destroy the child and the Cullen clan. The Cullens band together with vampires from around the world to stand united against the Volturi."