Thursday, August 5, 2010
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A bonus: Marcus Foster perfomance
The tweets from August 4, 2010 started at 8:35 pm (EST)
Just shot what is probably our most beautiful train shot… Setting sun, reflections in the water and white steam shooting thru the trees!
The next tweet at 11:51 pm (EST)
Down to the very last shot. Train thru a tunnel at night.
12:32 am (EST)…
Rolling the cameras…
and finally at 12:48 am (EST) on August 5, 2010
That’s a wrap on WFE!!!!!!
It’s hard to really express how this feels. Of course we’re thrilled in the sense that we are that much closer to actually seeing the film…heck actually seeing official stills and then clips and eventually a trailer!
But it’s bittersweet. ‘Water For Elephants‘ filming ruled our summer. It was a major part of our lives and it’s tough to see it end. Mr. Lawrence took the whole experience to a level we couldn’t imagine. I’ve never seen such engagement from a director with the fans. Doesn’t it feel personal now? Don’t you feel emotionally attached to everything WFE? I better get off the “mic” because I could get really reflective right about now and ramble on more than I already have.
We have post production to look forward to now! Francis said he would keep us all updated and we have no reason to believe otherwise. You also know we aren’t going anywhere. There’s so much in store for the blog during post production and we can’t wait to bring it to you The excitement and anticipation will only continue to grow!
Thanks as always, @Hibbits
FOX and Ustream, the leading live interactive broadcast platform, have partnered to offer viewers an exclusive look at the TEEN CHOICE 2010 red-carpet action with a special live webcast airing Sunday, Aug. 8 (3:30-5:00 PM PT live/6:30-8:00 PM ET live) online at ustream.tv/teenchoiceawards/v3 and teenchoiceawards.com.
Hosted by online personality Michael Buckley (“What The Buck Show”), the webcast will cover all the action at the summer’s hottest event and highlight the stars as they arrive on the red carpet. A special encore of the webcast will air Monday, Aug. 9 (6:30-8:00 PM ET/PT) at ustream.tv/teenchoiceawards/v3 and teenchoiceawards.com. Fans are encouraged to share this event with friends by posting a link to the video or embedding it on their websites and favorite social networking pages.
Additionally, pop music sensations and TEEN CHOICE nominees Justin Bieber and Diddy-Dirty Money are set to perform at TEEN CHOICE 2010 airing Monday, Aug. 9 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. The special will also feature performances by Katy Perry, Jason Derulo and Travie McCoy featuring Bruno Mars.
Co-hosted by Katy Perry and the guys of GLEE – Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, Cory Monteith and Mark Salling – TEEN CHOICE 2010 celebrates the hottest teen icons in film, television, music, sports and fashion. Dianna Agron, Charley Bewley, Justin Chon, Jon Chu, Chase Crawford, Nina Dobrev, Jimmy Fallon, Selena Gomez, Kiowa Gordon, Ed Helms, Joshua Jackson, Daren Kagasoff, Justin Long, LL Cool J, Jayma Mays, Seth MacFarlane, Alex Meraz, Lea Michele, Heather Morris, the cast of “Pretty Little Liars,” Bronson Pelletier, Jackson Rathbone, Nikki Reed, Naya Rivera, Emma Roberts, Christian Serratos, Adam Sevani, Ian Somerhalder, Taylor Swift, Jenna Ushkowitz, Michael Welch, Paul Wesley and Betty White will join previously announced participants David Archuleta, Kristen Bell, John Cena, Miranda Cosgrove, Ellen DeGeneres, Zac Efron, Ashley Greene, Victoria Justice, Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Zachary Levi, Leighton Meester, Jim Parsons, Robert Pattinson, Ryan Sheckler, Yvonne Strahovski and Shailene Woodley on the star-studded special.
Fans ages 13-19 can vote once each day until August 6 for their favorite TEEN CHOICE 2010 nominees at www.teenchoiceawards.com.
According to local Chattanooga station WTVC, Robert Pattinson and the crew of “Water for Elephants” (which is set for release April 15, 2011) have wrapped their shooting in the Tennessee town. Fortunately, one Chattanooga family has memories — and hopefully a nice paycheck — that will last a lost longer.
Sonya Gonzales and her sons Mason, 7, and Liam, 5, had a special day last Friday when Mason and Liam got to shoot a scene in the film as the sons of Rob’s character, Jacob. According to Sonya, the casting agents hadn’t realized the two boys were related when they were cast.
The scene they filmed is part of the ending, so director Francis Lawrence (who tweeted yesterday, “We have wrapped Jacob!”) told Sonya that her sons were likely to make it into the final product. Mason, at least, definitely seemed to hope so. “We had to keep doing the same scene over and over again so they could see which one they liked better,” he told WTVC.
Mason and Liam spent their day of shooting on set at a local Chickamauga farm. They were dressed in overalls and a shirt with short sleeves and two buttons (some variation of a polo, maybe?) and, in Mason’s words, “all these different colors on it.”
In addition to their day on set, Sonya and her sons were invited to a cast party on Saturday night, where Sonya was able to spend some time with Rob. “He was so sweet and really nice and let me take a picture,” she said. If she wasn’t already a RPattz fan, she’s sure to be now, and at least she can brag that the “Twilight Saga” star was the father of her babies in this way.