Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, who are in British Columbia filming scenes for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Parts 1 and 2, were evacuated from the set on a Vancouver Island beach as a precaution. The location is in an area that features a long stretch of open coast. Although the threat is believed to be minimal, communities on the coasts of California, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia are on alert after a 8.9-magnitude earthquake in Japan created a risk of tsunami. "Due to the tsunami advisory, filming of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn has been delayed," Summit said in a statement. "All cast and crew were evacuated to the movie production's base camp. Everyone is safe and sound." Meanwhile, talk show host Jimmy Kimmel who was on holiday in French Polynesia has also been evacuated. He wrote on Twitter: "Suddenly, relaxing on an island in the South Pacific isn't so relaxing anymore. Good thing I brought my aqua stilts." He added: "I am on an island in French Polynesia, glued to CNN. Thanks to those who sent good wishes - this is crazy." When someone else tweeted, asking him how scared he is, he replied, "A good solid 7. On a small island, with no high ground." Shortly after that, he tweeted, "We are evacuating the island. Dogspeed."