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Rumer Willis Shoots Horror Film "Sorority Row" In A Slaughterhouse

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Rumer Willis’ new movie Sorority Row sounds like a real life horror flick! Turns out the movie was shot inside an actual slaugherhouse. Yikes!  Willis shared the story with Kathy Lee and Hoda Kotb on The Today Show. Here’s how it went down:

Kathy Lee: In one of the scenes I heard you’re actually in a real slaughterhouse. That would do it for me, boy.
Rumer Willis: Our studio where we shot was.
Kathy Lee: Oh, the whole studio?
Rumer Willis: Yeah they kinda turned it into this. You’d walk by and there’s drains on the floor and these weird hooks on the ceiling. It was kinda creepy.
Hoda Kotb: A real house of horrors.

Shooting in a slaughterhouse?  Not so sure I could do it. What about you? If you got to star in a movie, but had to spend a couple months in what Hoda calls “a real house of horrors” could you do it? Chime in and let us know!

Check out the video below for the whole interview.

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