According to the Examiner
the end of the Twilight movies are coming soon!!!
On Monday, Peter Facinelli ("Carlisle Cullen" in the Twilight Saga) returned to Vancouver, British Columbia to resume his work on The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn and alerted his fans on Twitter that there is "One more month to go." The original schedule, posited by Production Weekly last year, had the dates for filming listed as: November 8th, 2010 to April 22nd, 2011.
Of course, there have been a couple of weather-related delays along the way, and, besides, the very first scene to come out of the touch-down in Brazil ("the boat scene") took place a day earlier than their listed schedule, so the exact date which the Twilight Saga will wrap for good is not an absolute lockdown for April 22nd, though likely.
Evidently, the weather has continued to be no friend to the cast up there because Facinelli also said, "Rainy, muddy, day here on the set of Breaking Dawn. Shooting outside. Vampires are fine in the cold... but the rain sucks. Pun intended."
Andrea Gabriel ("Kebi" - Egyptian Coven) elaborated to say, "Hey guys! Pouring rain here in Squampton. But so great to see everyone."
Squampton is another name for Squamish, which is a town outside of Vancouver - one which boasts extraordinary scenery (see here for example), by the way.
It is one of at least half a dozen cities or towns which have been used for production of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (others: Rio de Janeiro, Lapa, and Paraty, Brazil; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Vancouver, British Columbia).
Over the course of the past few weeks, several actors have said goodbye to filming for the Twilight Saga, including Daniel Cudmore and Alex Meraz, and others (Michael Sheen, Jamie Campbell Bower, e.g.) have also completed their work on the final two installments to the Saga.
Pretty soon - that is, in about a month - they'll all be done, barring any "pick-ups" or "re-shoots" being necessary, of course.
Source : Examiner