As filming for Breaking Dawn comes to an end this week in Squamish, British Columbia, The Vancouver Observer compiled a list of local sightings by fans who live in the 'hood.
"He didn't even turn his head to acknowledge our presence," one sad fan told the local paper. "He's a jerk face."
Luckily, Facinelli explained to fans, "Sorry, guys, it's raining."
But who did put on a smile for fans at the theatre and even sign autographs?
"It all started when Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart came to Red Riding Hood and social media took over," Jay Dewitt, District Manager of Metropolitan Theatres, told the paper. "By the end of the movie, we probably had over a 100 people inside our lobby and outside our doors waiting for the two of them to get out."
While Dewitt offered a private back exit for the two stars to avoid awaiting fans, Rob apparently told him, 'Jay, don't worry about it, let them in.'
"Rob and Kristen stayed for a good 15, 20 minutes signing autographs and taking pictures," said Dewitt. "After this a group of 30-50 girls would come to the theatre daily over spring break in hopes that one of the cast would come in."
And after a recent cast party, most likely to celebrate K.Stew's 21st birthday, a McDonalds employee told the paper, "The cast of Twilight drunkenly stumbled into McDonalds three nights ago after a late-night party. They came in here in a swarm."
Sounds like a happy meal indeed!