Radar Online has some photos of the set in Montepulciano! Even though there aren’t any actors in the photos, there are some creepy-cool tunnels and such
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Radar Online has some more pics of the New Moon set, including some close-ups of Rob with his golden contacts!
Radar Online has posted some new photos of Rob & Kristen on the Italian set of New Moon, which you can see here! Wow, Rob is really looking like a vamp in those pics!
Click here to see more photos of Rob in Italy on the set of New Moon, courtesy of L&L LJ! Below you can also see 2 short videos of the Porsche scene being filmed!
Twilighters Italia has some cool new pics of the set in Montepulciano, including the creepy masked thing above! (Their site seems to be having some technical difficulties, but you can see the pics here at L&L LJ)
Twilighters Italia has a report and some photos of New Moon extras dressed in red for the Volterra scenes! You can read the summary below, with the translation courtesy of NewMoonMovie.org. “Each one of them was clad in red. Hoods, robes, t-shirt, caps…everything was red! They couldn’t really say anyhing because the producers have told
Twilighters Italia has new photos of flags being put up in Montepulciano for the New Moon scenes, which you can see here!
Twilighters Italia has video and some photos of Alice’s Porsche in Montepulciano! Thanks to L&L LJ for the translation. “Mauro secretly told us that there are two yellow porsche in Montepulciano, placed in different places of the town. As they were not exactly identical, one had yellow brake pad cover and another had them red,
Twilighters Italia has some new photos of a fountain being constructed in Montepulciano for the New Moon Volterra set, which you can see here!
TwilightersItalia has a couple of photos of some props being moved into Montepulciano for the New Moon production! Thanks to NewMoonMovie for the English translation. “Here are the pictures, directly from Montepulciano, taken this morning. The pictures portray a production van while unloading pews looking old and some gothic statues made of paper pulp, bringing