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Angry Locals Vandalized 'Breaking Dawn' Brazilian Set

November 9, 2010 (7:21 am) GMT
'The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I' Brazilian set was targeted by a number of protesters who set fire to a portable toilet used by the film crew.

Production on the Brazilian set of "" was disrupted on Sunday, November 7 when angry locals set fire to a portable toilet used by the film crew in protest of the disruption the shoot had caused.

and are among the cast-members currently in Rio de Janeiro filming the final installment of the hit vampire franchise, but some residents are not happy to see their hometown being turned into a movie set and have taken action into their own hands.

Local reports claim a number of protesters vandalized one of the on set toilets at the weekend and took to the streets to express their fury at the restricted access to their homes in the city. "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" is set to be released in two parts, with the first half hitting movie theaters in 2011.

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