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"I probably shouldn't say this," Rob revealed to MTV News over the weekend, acknowledging that the wheels are slowly creeping into motion on "Breaking Dawn" getting made. "But I've heard that we're going to shoot it in Portland.
"I think Gus Van Sant would be great to do it," RPattz added, naming his dream director.
A double Oscar nominee for "Good Will Hunting" and last year's "Milk," Van Sant went to school in Portland, and has called the city home for many years while filming such movies as "Drugstore Cowboy," "My Own Private Idaho" and the 2005 Kurt Cobain-quasi-biopic "Last Days."
"He shoots everything in Portland," reasoned the 23-year-old British heartthrob. "He's good at making it look beautiful."
Pattinson, whose long-term plans include starting a production company that would help make the sort of small, indie films that Van Sant has been overseeing for decades, thinks Stephenie Meyer's fourth novel would be a perfect fit for the "To Die For" director. Overflowing with teenage angst, sex and violence, "Dawn" is the sequel that Twilighters are most eager to see. And, with scenes of Edward giving Bella a vampire cesarean, Jacob selecting the pale vampire-human baby as his soul mate and Bella as a vampire, it also promises to quite possibly be the weirdest.
"It's all about teenage love and obsessions," Rob explained. "I think Gus Van Sant would be great."
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