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'Breaking Dawn' Brazil Break-In: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson Safety Never at Risk Says RioFilme

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Robert Pattinson in Brazil: 'Breaking Dawn' Isle Esme filmed in Paraty. RioFilme director tweets about 'Breaking Dawn' controversies: Too much ado about too little In addition to announcing the unexpected success of the Brazilian indie Muita Calma Nessa Hora (loosely translated: “You Gotta Keep Your Cool at This Moment”) and praising both the Naomi Watts-Sean Penn political thriller Fair Game and Daniel Alfredson's The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, RioFilme director Sérgio Sá Leitão tweeted about several controversial incidents that took place while The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn was being filmed in Rio de Janeiro. Administered by the city of Rio, RioFilme, which has just turned 18, helped to bring to Brazil the Summit Entertainment production directed by Bill […]


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'Breaking Dawn' Brazil Break-In: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson Safety Never at Risk Says RioFilme







'Breaking Dawn' Rio Investment, Bill Condon Tells Brazilians to Forget Sylvester Stallone

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Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson dancing in Rio: 'Breaking Dawn - Part 1' Lapa district street scene. Rio de Janeiro film agency investing on 'Breaking Dawn' RioFilme, the city of Rio de Janeiro's film entity, is investing US$500,000 on the production of Summit Entertainment's The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, currently (Nov. 2010) being filmed in Rio and surrounding areas. RioFilme's $500,000, in fact, were an added incentive for Summit to shoot several Breaking Dawn segments in Brazil. Director Bill Condon, producer Wyck Godfrey, producer-writer Stephenie Meyer, and stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have all traveled to Rio for an approximately ten-day shoot. The money will be spent on two scenes of indeterminate length featuring “postcard images” […]


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'Breaking Dawn' Rio Investment, Bill Condon Tells Brazilians to Forget Sylvester Stallone







RioFilme: 'Breaking Dawn' 'Advanced Negotiations,' 'Fast Five' Confirmed

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Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson in David Slade's The Twilight Saga: Eclipse On Monday, I posted a brief article explaining that RioFilme president Sérgio Sá Leitão had recently stated on his Twitter page that he still had no news about director Bill Condon, and stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart coming to Rio de Janeiro to film scenes from Summit Entertainment's The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. Since then, when not discussing Brazil's run-off presidential election (which will be held next Sunday), Leitão has tweeted about RioFilme's efforts to attract foreign companies to shoot movies in Rio. Twice he mentioned Breaking Dawn. First, he stated that RioFilme has been working hard to bring to Rio both Breaking Dawn and the just-confirmed Fast […]


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RioFilme: 'Breaking Dawn' 'Advanced Negotiations,' 'Fast Five' Confirmed










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