Film Sets As Vacation Rentals (PHOTOS)

By The Huffington Post Updated at 2012-05-06 09:50:52 +0000

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Want to rent Edward and Bella's honeymoon villa from "Twilight"? What about the insanely beautiful home Ari and Melissa Gold escaped to in the series finale of "Entourage"?

Home, apartment and condo rental site FlipKey.com has created a list of eight properties around the world featured in movies that ordinary Joes can rent. They come at a price, however. The "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" manse starts at $1,300 per night -- not including a drop-in from Jude Law -- while the "Twilight" house, by far the most convincing actor in that series, starts at $4,000 a night.

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