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Where Will Be Twilight Watch Shot?
22.05.2008 14:01
Where Will Be Twilight Watch Shot?

Well-known film director Timur Bekmambetov is getting ready to film the third Watch, another sequel of the blockbuster Night Watch.
      The film to be titled Twilight Watch or Dusk Watch is already in preproduction, Fox International Productions reports.
      It remains unknown yet, where the story will be set, what the plotline will be and whether Morgan Freeman will play the head of American Watch in the would-be blockbuster. It was informed earlier that the film might probably feature Brad Pitt.
      In addition to that, the author of the Watches Sergei Lukyanenko pointed out that the film may as well be shot in Russia.


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