The upcoming PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN sequel is set to give holiday islands St Vincent, The Grenadines and Bequia a tourist boost as location managers scout for remote areas of coastal beauty to feature in the film.
Location scout BROOKE BRUNSON, who grew up on Bequia, has been hired to find real undeveloped pearls of the Caribbean for grand coastline scenes.
She says, "I'm thrilled. I'm pretty much the only person from that country to work in film. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to find a bay in the Caribbean without a Hilton (hotel)."
Brunson has revealed that crewmembers have already recreated historical Jamaican pirate haven of Port Royal along a portion of St Vincent coastline for the film, which is expected to shoot until May or June (05).14/02/2005 09:20
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