Friday, 5 November 2010

Blame it on Rio: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart arrive in Brazil to film last Twilight


Welcome to Rio: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart arrive in Brazil to shoot the honeymoon scenes for Breaking Dawn

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart arrived in Rio yesterday to continue filming the final instalment of the Twilight series.

Wearing her usual getup of skinny jeans and a jacket, Kristen looked comfortable yet chic whilst Rob kept it low-key in beige trousers and a jacket.

The couple were surrounded by security as they made their way through the airport, and in typical fashion avoided any public display of affection.

Filming on the movie officially began three days ago in Baton Rouge, Lousiana.
And it looks like the pair are in for a steamy time, as they will be filming Edward and Bella's honeymoon scenes on the Isle of Esme.

Kristen, 20, has already had some experience this year with a risque role after filming Welcome To the Rileys, where she plays a 16-year-old stripper.

The actress was so convincing when she visited a strip club with the director for research purposes, she was offered a job by the owner.

She said: 'I went to a strip club with the director and the costume designer and it being an odd grouping of people going into a strip club in the middle of the afternoon, I was, like, straight-up offered a job.'

And she said she was left covered in bruises while rehearsing for her role.

Guitar hero: Rob takes his trusty guitar with him wherever he goes

'I pole-danced for two weeks,' she said. 'I had bruises all over my legs… it hurts!' she said.

The film tells the story of a damaged man on a business trip to New Orleans, with James Gandolfini as Doug Riley.

Riley seeks salvation by caring for a wayward young woman, with Kristen as prostitute and stripper Mallory.

Kristen also just finished filming her starring role in a £28million adaptation of Jack Kerouac's 1957 'beat generation' novel On The Road in Canada.

Rio bound! Kristen and Rob settle in to their plane journey to Brazil

source: dailymail [endtext]

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