Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Robert Pattinson at Cornell University to film 'Water For Elephants' in summer? Details (PHOTOS)


Currently Robert Pattinson is still in Budapest and finishing up his latest film, Bel Ami. This shoot will be wrapping up soon and the megastar will be focusing on a new project 'Water for Elephants.'

While most of the latest project is scheduled to start in Los Angeles in May, there is parts of the movie that are based in Ithaca, New York at Cornell University. These parts, could, be shot on location. In fact, from the rumors in Los Angeles circulating, there isn't a question of if but when this will happen during the summer.

CLICK HERE to see Robert Pattinson currently in Budapest.

Producers of large budget films don't always like 'recreating' the images of what can be seen naturally in films. Putting together an entire set might be far more difficult than the cast and crew go to New York to work on set.

Here's what the 'official' response was from Cornell University after being asked about the shoot from the Cornell Daily Sun Newspaper.

“If they are going to film [Water for Elephants] here, we would love to have them and we would love to cooperate,” University Press Officer Blaine Friedlander said.

If you live in the New York area, definitely keep an eye this summer for some 'Twilight' actor action. There will be screaming fans, lots of security and cameras. You won't miss me!


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