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'Twilight' Trio Spotted on 'Breaking Dawn' Set in Louisiana

October 20, 2010 (7:38 am) GMT
Taylor Lautner reportedly arrived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana last week, followed by Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.

The main cast of "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn" have started gathering to kick off the principal photography of the movie. Last week, , and were spotted hitting the movie set in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

The depicter of werewolf Jacob Black was reportedly arriving earlier than his two co-stars and pictured playing with a dog while waiting for the on-screen couple. Later, Pattinson and Stewart were seen coming to the set at the same time.

"Breaking Dawn" will be split into two parts: "" which is due November 18, 2011 and "" which will come out a year later on November 16, 2012. Both movies will be shot back to back under the direction of Bill Condon.

Beside tapping the main original cast to reprise the roles in "Breaking Dawn", Summit has also cast new stars including who will portray Edward Cullen and Bella Swan's daughter, Renesmee. Kristen Stewart recently gushed on her on-screen kid, saying "I was like, 'That's so weird.' She just looks like - she sort of looks like Bella. Which is absolutely right. Although the funny thing is she has green eyes, and we both have to wear brown contacts together."

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