It appears that Twihards won't have to wait long for the final installment of the juggernaut 'Twilight Saga,' at least not according to Robert Pattinson.

Speaking at the recent press junket for 'New Moon,' the man behind Edward Cullen confirmed that filming for the adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's fourth book, 'Breaking Dawn,' is currently planned to commence in late 2010. Pattinson was quoted as saying, "I think the tentative time for 'Breaking Dawn' is fall next year. They may well change that," according to Collider.com. It appears that Twihards won't have to wait long for the final installment of the juggernaut 'Twilight Saga,' at least not according to Robert Pattinson.

Speaking at the recent press junket for 'New Moon,' the man behind Edward Cullen confirmed that filming for the adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's fourth book, 'Breaking Dawn,' is currently planned to commence in late 2010. Pattinson was quoted as saying, "I think the tentative time for 'Breaking Dawn' is fall next year. They may well change that," according to Collider.com.

Other cast-members remained tight-lipped on the subject of the fourth movie; when asked to comment on the rumors of 'Breaking Dawn' being split into two parts (in a similar vein to the upcoming 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' adaptation) Collider reports that Kristen Stewart was cut off by the moderator of the junket before she was able to answer.

With the impending release of 'New Moon' and filming now wrapped on 'Eclipse,' speculation regarding the final movie is sure to intensify, but the scheduling of 'Breaking Dawn' is likely to be dependent on the success of part two of the saga. 'New Moon' will need to prove that it can replicate the massive success of 'Twilight' to convince box office analysts of the bankability of the franchise. We have a feeling 'New Moon' will rise to the occasion.