Scene Weekly has this awesome fan encounter with Twilight Producer Wyck Godfrey at a LSU game in
Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Fans of Twilight in Louisiana and across the world have paid close attention to Baton Rouge since TheTwilight Saga: Breaking Dawnbegan filming a few weeks ago. While Baton Rouge is nostranger to big productions, few places in the world are accustomed to the
ever-bright spotlight that accompanies the popular vampire romance films.
Scene’s exclusive interview with Winston Achee, the man in charge of security forTwilight’s studio of choice in Baton Rouge, went viral
in less than a few hours. Picked up by Perez Hilton, MTV.com and others,
including a host of fan sites dedicated to chronicling every mention of Twilight,
the instant interest in our piece illustrates the appetite for information
about the film. But while the filming ofBreaking
Dawn in Brazil was disturbed by paparazzi and fans
alike, Baton Rougehas openly, and respectfully, received the project.
As Twilight has fallen on Baton Rouge, some other news outlets have been less considerate than Scene ofthe actors’ and filmmakers’ space, reporting on specific filming on location
and even revealing their places of residence. Yet, there have been no negative
incidents to report. Actors and filmmakers have been largely allowed to simply
work. And the respect has been reciprocal.
While attending the LSU vs. Ole Miss game with Scene Magazine and other film industry
professionals, Twilight producer Wyck Godfrey was
approached by an exhuberant fifteen year old fan. In true Tiger spirit, he
graciously posed for the photo at left before entering the Chancellors Party to
tailgate as a guest of the university.
Work continues in Louisianaon The Twilight Saga:Breaking Dawn. With almost an entire year untilpart one of the two-part finale debuts in theaters, there is quite a long wait
ahead of them. But luckily, this weekend brings an early Christmas gift. On December
4, The Twilight Saga’s blockbuster third installment, Eclipse, will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray everywhere
i think thats great news..