Apparently the trio will fly by chartered jet to Rio de Janeiro's Antônio Carlos Jobim International Airport.
Strangely the report makes no mention to the director or the rest of the crew who might be useful if they really are getting down to the business of filming the movie.
On Sunday, November 7, the historical Lapa district, adjacent to downtown Rio's business center, will be closed off to the public as the "Breaking Dawn" team get to work.
Also another point of order, initial reports said that the trip to Rio was to film Bella Swan and Edward Cullen's honeymoon. What's Lautner doing on the trip?
The report continues. The team will then travel to Paraty, south of Rio and film in the Paraty-Mirim area. According to the report the trio will stay at the Copacabana Palace. Apparently they have enough security and massive gates to keep the fans at bay.
They will be filming in Brazil until November 14 or 15.
Initially reports had come through that the president of RioFilme's Sergio Sá Leitãohad tweeted that "Twilight" would be coming to Rio. However the president has now said that these reports are "baseless." The magazine Revista Quem still seems pretty certain of it though.