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POSTED BY chrisdvanne ON Jun 21, 2013 / 2 COMMENTS


Here's a behind-the-scenes look at LMN's Deadly Honeymoon, featuring pictures from the cast and crew, including the wedding between Summer Glau and Chris Carmack before they go on their honeymoon on a cruise ship.
The $1-million budget drama was filmed on Oahu, Hawaii for about 18 days, on October 2010. The wedding scenes were filmed at the beach bar/restaurant and on the beach fronting The Kahala Hotel & resort, whose lobby was being filmed as the main salon of the cruise ship.
Meanwhile at the Halawa Valley Studios, carpenters were building a cruise ship suite set where Chris Carmack and Summer Glau characters are staying on their honeymoon.
Green screens were used to give the illusion that the actors were on a real cruise ship, as seen in a previous Blog post: Behind the magic: building a digital cruise ship for Deadly Honeymoon.
 
If you haven't watched the movie, watch the trailer to familiarize you with the actors and the locations:

 
 
Here are behind-the-scenes photos on set of Deadly Honeymoon, including a lovely picture of the groom and bride together with their parents:

Summer Glau on set Deadly Honeymoon

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Most photos are from Tim Ryan's Reel Hawaii blog.

Theses new photos of Summer Glau on set are in addition to a a previous series of photos; here's a sample of the already known pictures:

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Total comments: 2

  Message #1 | chrisdvanne | 2013 Jun 23, 00:06 GMT



Apparently the producers of Deadly Honeymoon tried to find a cruise ship for three days shooting. They even considered traveling to Miami to film a cruise ship there for about three days…The green screening was finally chosen.

  Message #2 | KevinInEngland | 2013 Jun 21, 21:29 GMT



Yes. It's ironic that somebody had to be snapped carrying the bride. Isn't that supposed to be bad luck? Or is that not a french superstition? What about America?



 
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