Filming for Disney flick starts in Puerto Vallarta

A production team has arrived in Puerto Vallarta, a popular and cheap destination for UK travellers, to start filming the Disney movie South of the Border

Friday 17 Aug 2007 16:33:57

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A production team for the Disney movie South of the Border has arrived in the Brazilian town of Puerto Vallarta to start filming.

The film, which will feature the voice of Hollywood sensation Drew Barrymore as well as those of Andy Garcia and Salma Hayek, follows the adventures of three dogs in Mexico, one of which has becomes detached from her owner while on a holiday and so must rely on help from the others to get home.

The film is due for release in the US in August next year.

Puerto Vallarta, a city on Mexico's Pacific coast, has an airport (PVR) serving cheap charter flights from the UK.

Its surrounding hills have attracted a succession of film directors over a long period, to make films which include The Night of the Iguana (1963) and, most famously, Predator (1987) starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The city also attracts a large number of intrepid travellers from Europe, many of whom cover large areas of Mexico to visit its abundant ancient ruins while being able to live cheaply.

Charter Flight Centre is your number one source for cheap flights to Puerto Vallarta (PVR).
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