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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Eclipse Set Pics:NEWBORNS!

Allie and Malicious Mandy has another great report at another Vancouver Eclipse set! This time they 'have the chance to see a new set being filmed for Eclipse..the scene where the newborns arrive in Forks.' The girls took wonderful pictures and give us details of the set!

Allie reported:

I had a chance to see a new set being filmed for Eclipse… the scene where the newborns arrive in Forks. It’s a picturesque scene, with mountains and water framing the background of the shot, and a sparse unoccupied beach for the newborns to arrive on… then they disappear into the forest. The vampire newborns looked absolutely chilling, and their rugged military-like outfits along with steely, determined glares just added to the mood. Filmed early in the morning, this scene was designed to look as if it had been shot at night, possibly just after dusk or just before dawn. Riley (Xavier Samuel) and Bree (Jodelle Ferland) were on set as well as a number of newborn vampires we have NEVER seen before.
I’m always amazed at what a huge production it is to film just a few seconds for these movies. Second Unit Director EJ Foerster was on set, calm but directive… doing dozens of different takes for only a couple scenes. An amazing number of people involved plus tons of equipment and hours of filming from so many different angles just to get a 5 second shot… wow. Check out all the equipment on the shore, including the scuba diving gear and the dinghys. You can also see some of the shorter fake trees they used in the foreground on the beach.
And Malicious Mandy also reported:

Great Shot of one of the vampires walking back into the water to prepare to shoot them exiting water (again) It was amazing to see how many time they shot the same thing over and over and over, then re-set the camera angles and lights to re-shoot the same thing over and over again and again. Tedious and less glamourous than people think that's for sure.
Talk about creepy.  These newborns look fantastic and scary!


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