"Deadly Honeymoon" started shooting in Hawaii in September 2009 with the wedding scene; it has given rise to an amusing scene involving Summer Glau, her co-star Chris Carmack and her real-life boyfriend, illustrated through the following behind-the-scenes photos and accompanying caption:
HAWAII, HAWAII, - Wednesday September 30 2009. Summer Glau and Chris Carmack get hitched! Chris swept Summer off her feet as the couple "tied the knot" on a romantic Hawaiian beach as filming got underway for an as-yet-unnamed movie. In between takes, local surfers, fishermen and tourists could be seen going about their business whilst the Hollywood stars worked, Watching the wedding from the wings was Summer's real-life beau, who was quick to pick her up and whisk her away from hunky Carmack when filming was over. Hawaii is a brief visit for the film cast and crew as the main movie scenes are set upon a cruise ship.
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Take a peek at some exclusive promotional images for Deadly Honeymoon, featuring a lovely and tanned Summer Glau, her co-star (and unfortunate husband in the movie) Chris Carmack and all the protagonists of the Lifetime Movie Network's thriller.
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Message #1 | KevinInEngland | 20 Mar 2013, 19:09 GMT [Entry]
It's funny but as far back as I can remember, I have often wondered whether many superstitious people would be wary about wearing a wedding dress in a film. Rather like being superstitious about black/white cats. I don't know whether Americans/French people have these superstitions. (Australians/Canadians too - do they have this fear?)
It worries me for Summer to wear a wedding dress..... twice. (And I'm not superstitious LOL).