Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Confirmed: Robert Pattinson to film scenes in Tennessee for Water for Elephants

Local news con­firmed Rob will be in Ten­nessee to film scenes for the cur­rent film he’s work­ing on, Water for Elephants.


CHICKAMAUGA, Ga. (WRCB) - A fam­ily in North Geor­gia is about to become part of movie his­tory. Carol Cross says her hus­band and his brother own the home where scenes of the movie Water for Ele­phants will be shot later on this week.
The Cross fam­ily says they were approached about the film in the spring. Since that time numer­ous film crews have trav­eled back and forth to Chicka­mauga, Geor­gia to scout and pre­pare the site.
The fam­ily says crews spent months and miles on the inter­state try­ing to find the per­fect loca­tion to shoot the scenes dat­ing back to the 1930’s.

Chan­nel 3 Eye­wit­ness News has learned actor Robert Pat­tin­son, famous for the Twi­light movie series, will be com­ing to Chicka­mauga later this week to film scenes.

Much of the equip­ment used to shoot the movie is being held at the Chat­tanooga Choo Choo hotel.
We have also learned the Ten­nessee Val­ley Rail­road Museum will also be a part of the movie history.
Watch Chan­nel 3 Eye­wit­ness News at 6:00 on Wednes­day for more details.

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