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'Breaking Dawn' filming delayed by Tsunami warning
Yes, even the world of "Twilight" isn't immune to global events. The final two films in the series, "Breaking Dawn, Pt. 1 and Pt. 2" was filming off Vancouver Island on Thursday and was initially forced to evacuate to avoid possible Tsunami waves caused by the Japanese earthquake.
In a tweet that was eventually removed, but captured by The Hollywood Reporter, Tinsey Corey (Wolfpack member Makah Emily Young) announced the cast was being evacuated at 4 AM because of a Tsunami warning. She also dramatically added, "If this … is my last my tweet. I love you. The end. Hugz." Happily, the waves had little impact on the West Coast outside of Crescent City, California. Corey eventually tweeted, "Everything is fine. And we ending up getting all of our work done after all :)"
Just another day in the "Twilight" universe.