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“Twilight: Breaking Dawn” honeymoon shoot disrupted by major storm


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Normally the “Twilight” cast and crew must contend with a maelstrom of media attention from bloggers and paparazzi. Recently, however, it was a legitimate storm that bombarded director Bill Condon and his “Breaking Dawn” team.

Condon tells the L.A. Times that a “huge rainstorm” bombarded the “Breaking Dawn” set that was established on a remote island off the coast of Brazil, where Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and the rest of the cast were filming a crucial honeymoon scene.

“It was incredible. We got caught in the middle of this huge rainstorm — I’ll remember it forever,” Condon told the newspaper. “Eighty people sleeping on the floor of the set. We couldn’t leave.”

The report goes on to say that the crew resumed shooting after the storm passed, concluding filming in such locations as New Orleans and Vancouver.

As you know, “Breaking Dawn” will be released in two parts. The first will be out on Nov. 18, while part two will be in theaters on Nov. 16, 2012.

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