EXCLUSIVE: Behind-the-Scenes Details from the Set of ‘Safe Haven’

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Part Two: Into the Woods

Nicholas went on his merry way and we went on ours, driving about 30 minutes away to the actual set. It was mainly just a forest with lots of trees, and when we arrived there were about 50 or more people just hanging out getting ready to shoot a scene. We arrived at “Katie’s cottage” (where Julianne’s character lives), and started off with an interview with the movie’s producer, Marty Bowen. He also happens to be a producer on all five Twilight films so there’s that, and he told us us that Breaking Dawn — Part 2 is the best movie yet and that “guys will like it too.” Umm, yes. Gonna have to agree with that one. Also, note that this set visit happened in August, months before BDP2 came out. So at the time, that was some serious scoop!

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Part Three: Filming a Scene at Katie’s Cottage!

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  • Leah

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