Tonight, the Brazilian TV show Panico aired footage secretly taken from inside the house used for Isle Esme (pictured above) just moments before Rob and Kristen filmed some indoor scenes for Breaking Dawn. Apparently, a member of the show crashed the set, posed as a member of the crew, hid a camera somewhere inside his clothes, and shot Rob and Kristen getting ready to film.
We really want to avoid getting in trouble, so we’re not posting the video on our site, however, the president of Rio Filme took to his twitter account @ssl_riofilme to talk about the situation as soon as fans started tweeting their concerns over the safety of the cast. Here are the translated tweets:
The alleged invasion of TV Show Panico did not disrupt the filming of Breaking Dawn. It happened when there were many people at the house. Nobody knew.
Once and for all … The issues with the residents of Lapa were resolved in minutes. They were warned in advance. Alright?
There are parasites who do not realize the importance of attracting major foreign productions to Rio, and would prefer the government to invest in films that one sees, that don’t generate financial or cultural returns, and that are barely able to sustain them. They use the media to undermine Rio and the audiovisual productions in Rio that work hard to attract investment, create jobs and make films that are relevant!
People … When they entered the house, the filming was going on elsewhere. The other images were taken by boat and helicopter.
The entry into the house did not ruin the shot. The helicopter did, because of the noise. But it was fast. No problem. No one cared.
So … No cause for concern. And I did not use the term “parasites” for these guys. Everyone was happy with Breaking Dawn.
So there you have it. To be fair, the TV Show Panico is famous for crashing into private events and sets, by going completely unnoticed and filming everything they can with hidden cameras. According to several Brazilian fans on Twitter, Panico has crashed into concerts, the Academy Awards and even Michael Jackson’s funeral, so the set of Breaking Dawn didn’t stand a chance against people who are experts in breaking in. They didn’t bother the cast members or disrupt the filming, they just basically like to troll closed and exclusive sets and places for their show.*
*By this I mean that I don’t believe it’s the production’s fault. These people will sneak in anywhere and apparently they’re very good at it, since nobody can ever spot them and they get away with it everytime. We’re sure Rio Filmes did everything they could to keep the set closed and safe, but creepers always find a way. Of course that doesn’t make it ok, but stuff happens!
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