Set Soldier Goodies and CHOO CHOO Close Up!

Well look who we have here:

Kinko!

Set Soldier JennB94 got a GREAT shot of Mark Povinelli. She also got this gem:

August!

Man oh man…these guys are lookin’ GOOD! But men aren’t the only thing looking good for the set soldiers.

Safe to say the Benzini Bros Circus train is a significant inanimate character in the movie Water for Elephants. PDXMadeline shared some beautiful pictures from her visit to the set today.

Love all the detail on the train and canvas! So men, check! Choo choo, check! What about them animals?

one of Marlena's horses?

Gorgeous! Set Soldier Tiffsmama snapped that black beauty and reader DreamySim1 shared that it’s a Friesian horse from her country, the Netherlands. WOW!

As if that weren’t enough…check out the slide show and see if you can spot the super handsome, super rugged, super manly….ROUSTABOUTS!

Let’s all wish together now for next week… ROSIE! ROSIE! ROSIE!

  • Alison4828

    Wow all those pics are great…I don’t know what it is about “Walter” but he makes me woozy 🙂

  • suzyquzy

    I think he is very handsome with a great smile. Walter I’m speaking
    of.

  • dtfangrrrl

    More great shots! How exciting to be so close to all the action! Why do I have to live in Illinois…?? LOL

  • Sus

    How did they get on the set? Can anyone visit? Just wondering, as I live in Cali!

  • papagaj

    I can’t wait for some jacob’s interaction with ROSIE;D

  • Ohhh I love the ones of the trains! Helps me imagine better what I’m reading! That black Friesian is gorgeous!

    Come on Rosie!!

  • lYNETTE

    LOVE THE PICS OF THE TRAINS..I HAVE RIDEN ON THE FILLMORE & WESTERN RAILWAYS TRAINS AND IS WILD TO SEE THE ALL PAINTED FOR THIS MOVIE, THEY LOOK GREAT CANT WAIT TO SEE THE MOVIE

  • Walter your adorable, and August yooo lala. Now lets get back to Robert Thomas

  • Cornell!

    Where in Ithaca are they filming? I’m on Cornell’s campus all day near the vet school for work…it would be awesome to see some filming!

    • All filming is done in Southern California.