“Twilight” Cast Takes a 'Family Portrait' at Epic Cons Chicago — See the Photo!

Nikki Reed, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone and Peter Facinelli reunited Sunday, more than 10 years after the last 'Twilight' film premiered

<p>Adrianna Sutton Photography/ Epic Cons</p> Members of the

Adrianna Sutton Photography/ Epic Cons

Members of the 'Twilight' cast at Epic Con Chicago

It's a Cullen family reunion!

Much of the cast of Twilight reunited at Epic Cons Chicago over the weekend, more than a decade after the premiere of the final film in the four-part saga, 2012's Breaking Dawn — Part 2.

Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale), Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen), Kellan Lutz (Emmett Cullen), Jackson Rathbone (Jasper Hale) and Peter Facinelli (Carlisle Cullen) celebrated their reunion at Navy Pier's Festival Hall by taking a fun "family portrait."

"Took the kids to mall for a family portrait. #Twilight 🧛❤️ Love this Coven," wrote Facinelli, 50, on Instagram.

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The photo showed each of the cast members doing a silly pose as they stood in front of a blue background.

Rathbone, 39, commented on his pose by sharing the same photo on his Instagram account, writing, "I thought I saw an Eggward...For the #ratties #thesewer #twilight #reunion." Lutz also included the photo on his Instagram page, writing, "Love family time 🙏🙌."

Greene, 37, chronicled the reunion on TikTok by filming her fellow cast members doing the "where" trend.

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The Twilight cast — which was led by Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan, Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen and Taylor Lautner as Jacob Black — have reunited multiple times over the years, and still speak now and then about their time on the vampire-romance film franchise.

Back in January, Lautner, now 32, appeared on the Call Her Daddy podcast, where he addressed the Team Edward vs. Team Jacob rivalry among fans.

Asked how he and Pattinson, 37, handled the "rivalry" at the time, Lautner told host Alex Cooper, "I think it was tough. I don't know for him, but for me at least it definitely — especially at the age I was at, you get your feelings hurt sometimes when you shouldn't. But it's hard not to sometimes."

<p>Adrianna Sutton Photography/ Epic Cons</p> 'Twilight' panel at Epic Con Chicago

Adrianna Sutton Photography/ Epic Cons

'Twilight' panel at Epic Con Chicago

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He went on to say despite the "difficult" and "awkward" nature of the Pattinson/Edward vs. Lautner/Jacob debate, "Rob and I were always able to [handle it]," despite being "very, very different people."

"We never really connected on a deep level, just because we're different humans," Lautner explained. "But he was always fantastic and the sweetest person ever."

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