Don’t worry, R-Patz – your time in the big top isn’t over yet! You’re heading to Chattanooga, Tennessee and Chickamauga, Georgia later this week for your final week of filming!
All good things must come to an end – or do they? Although Robert Pattinson looks morose during his last day on the Los Angeles set of his latest film, Water For Elephants, he should be happy that the production will keep on shooting from July 30 – August 2 in Tennessee and Georgia!
“A man just approached him and asked him who owned the house and wanted to know if it would be ok if they considered shooting a movie there, “Carol Cross says.
Carol Cross of Chickamauga, Georgia, tells WRCB-3 TV that R-Patz, 24, will actually be using her home as HIS home! “A man just approached him and asked him who owned the house and wanted to know if it would be OK if they considered shooting a movie there,” she said, adding of the house that will stand in for his character, Depression-era veterinarian Jacob Jankowski’s family home, “It has no electricity it has no water, no one has lived in it for 12 years.”
Other scenes from the film, which will be released in 2011, will be shot at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.