Sometimes going to a movie just isn’t enough. After the release of “The Twilight Saga,” the little town of Forks, Washington, the setting of the books that inspired the movie, was “completely taken by storm” according to Martin Cuff, executive director of the Association of Film Commissioners International. The economic impact, he says, “was completely outrageous.” How outrageous, exactly? The number of night stays at hotels alone increased by 1,000%, according to Cuff.
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