M.   /   March 20, 2009   /   12 Comments

Thanks to both Ann-Catherin and Tascha we have the very first pictures from the set of “Womb”. 😀

12 Responses to “First “Womb” pictures”
  1. spot Says:

    Ann-Catherin and Tascha: thank you so much! great detective work there girls! 🙂

  2. Courtney Says:

    Call me creepy, but I cannot wait until we see some pics of Eva preggers.

  3. spot Says:

    Courtney: WHAT?! O_O

  4. George Says:

    Thank you Ann-Catherine and Tascha. It seems that EGW has its own Special Forces 🙂

  5. George Says:

    By the way I visit Sylt in wikipedia, quite an interesting island (40km beach that we will probably take an idea of in the film…). As I conclude from the second picture the fresh air indeed opens the appetite… 🙂

  6. Liz Says:

    Courtney: LOL. That will be an absolutely new view/facette we get of her…
    By the way, I found a website where it is said that filming wil last till April 29, 2009. They will go to St. Peter Ording and Hamburg after Sylt.
    You’ll find “Womb” on bottom of the page.

  7. Liz Says:

    Correction: Not Hamburg but Hallig Langeneß, another island in the North Sea.

  8. Lola Says:

    Remind me of the synopsis…

  9. Olga Iv Says:

    Thank you, girls!
    Glad to see Eva on the set again!!! 🙂

  10. EvaAnne Says:

    Thank you very much Ann-Catherin and Tascha!! <3

  11. George Says:

    Liz: You will be announced detective of the year! I don’t think there is anything more regarding Womb that you haven’t find yet.

  12. Tascha Says:

    it’s always nice to share those thinge here… and finally a contribute…

    you’ll find the one pic on:


    and two others on:

    http://www.langeness.de (Dreharbeiten für den Film Womb)

    Liz: sorry to correct, but they first shot on Langeness, before they went to Sylt.

    P.S. How did you like Franklyn?

    Coming back to the picture and the short article…. the journalist who wrote it seems to me quite arrogant and behaves like a little schoolboy who didn’t get his toys… well, in this case more photos or an interview…

    Ann-Cathrin: thank you so much for the pic – may I ask wherer you’ve found it?