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ROB JUST KILLS ME LOOKING SO SEXY WITH THE CIG. SAVIOR AND DESTROYER
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Friday, November 5, 2010
Well ok it's the Brazilian fans screaming for Rob and Kristen. lol Enjoy!! Anyway don't you feel the excitement of how big of stars Rob and Kristen really are? I do!
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ACCORDING TO ALT FILM GUIDE:
Revista Quem's Priscila Bessa, who apparently has some good contacts either at RioFilme or with one of the Brazilian production companies handling the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn shoot in Rio (or perhaps at the mighty Summit Entertainment itself), asserts that Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, and (one assumes) director Bill Condon arrive tomorrow (Nov. 5) at approximately 10 a.m. aboard a commercial flight (not a chartered jet as reported yesterday) at Rio's Antônio Carlos Jobim International Airport.
They should disembark on the runway, so as to avoid the paparazzi and possible throngs of fans. The article does not explain why Lautner, whose character Jacob Black doesn't play a role in the fateful honeymoon in Stephenie Meyer's novel, will be going to Rio.
Bessa adds that in addition to filming in the Lapa district (downtown Rio's historical section) on Sunday (Nov. 7), the Breaking Dawn stars will shoot a now-confirmed sequence at Marina da Glória, across the bay from the Sugar Loaf.
Apparently, that's where Pattinson's speed-maniac Edward should put to good use his boat-piloting skills so as to take Stewart's Bella Swan Cullen to Isle Esme — which will be located somewhere on the coast of Paraty-Mirim, a couple of hours' drive south of the city of Rio de Janeiro.
Pattinson and Stewart (and Lautner?), however, will not reach Paraty-Mirim by boat. Instead, they should hop on a helicopter at the Lagoa (see photo) heliport on Monday.
Bessa says that the Breaking Dawn stars will possibly have to fly out to Paraty and back again to Rio on a daily basis, as the production companies haven't yet found adequate accommodations in the Paraty area. (In Rio, they'll be staying at the posh Copacabana Palace.)
Pattinson, Stewart, and Lautner (if he's indeed tagging along) will have Friday and Saturday free.
They should leave Brazil between Nov. 12-14, depending on how quickly filming goes.
Note: Revista Quem is a celebrity/gossip magazine that belongs to the Brazilian conglomerate Globo, which also owns one of Rio's top dailies and Brazil's no. 1 television network.
I haven't found anywhere else any confirmation about the Friday arrival, Lautner's trip, or filming dates/locations. An e-mail to the newspaper O Globo has gone unanswered.
On his Twitter page, RioFilme president-director Sérgio Sá Leitão — whose company, along with the Rio Film Commission, brought Breaking Dawn to Rio — wrote the following:
Sorry, guys … But I really can't give out any more details about Breaking Dawn. I hope you'll understand. Only Summit can talk about the film.
As an aside, Leitão also tweeted that Fast Five, which stars Vin Diesel, will begin filming shortly — as in within hours (or minutes) — at Arpoador Beach, which borders Ipanema Beach.
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AND POSSIBLE BOAT FOR BREAKING DAWN
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