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Twilight Movie Filming Locations Sudden Flood Level

Twilight Movie Filming Locations Sudden Flood Level.

WITH a combination of eye gaze of the vampire, werewolf strapping body, teen romanceworld, shades of thick forest makes a refreshing eye Twilight movie a phenomenon. Notonly in all theaters of the world, but also became a phenomenon for the Forks, the film’sshooting location.

Previously, Forks, just a small town known only by a handful of people. Not many are alsoattracted to the city located in far northwestern edge of Washington, United States. Evenbarely escaped the attention of Americans, let alone tourists.

However, after becoming the location of the film is lifted from the novel by novelist from Utah, Stephenie Meyer, Forks who had only just inland locations in the United States and gets no attention, is now the target of tourists who are fond of the film.

As quoted by the Daily Mail, Thursday (24/11/2011), Forks tourism industry increased1,000 percent since Meyer’s first novel published in 2005 to film the fourth installmentTwilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1, released on November 18, 2011.

The fans of the film seems curious to also trace the footsteps of Robert Pattinson andKirsten Stewart. It is also seen from the calculation of the search engine on the websiteHotels.com. Search Forks, which became the keyword of the whole Twilight movie filminglocations, increased by 225 percent in November this year.

Another location to feel the heat from the fans of Twilight is Squamish, a location that offersthe natural beauty of the northern border of Canada, British Columbia. Location is the location of Bella Swan (Kirsten Stewart) and Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) married inthe latest movie. Other locations affected by tourism is good for the world of Rio deJaneiro, which became the location of the scene when Bella and Edward’s honeymoon.

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