Posts Tagged on location
What is there not to love about Dylan McDermott? He embodies the tall, dark and handsome attributes to the letter. And at 52 – yes, y’all, papi is 52 – he is ripe and well seasoned enough to know how to get the panties down with nothing more than a ‘get those panties off so I can get at you now’ look.
At first glance a project titled “People In New Jersey” would serve little to motivate us to forego a downward dog but, as it so happened, this new HBO series being filmed happened to feature the likes of hotness Topher Grace!
Ordinarily we say ‘to hell with that’ or we’d rather ’stretch it out’ and go on our merry way – It’s better to prioritize rather than chase a never-ending fable is our credo… but then we went and looked further into it.
Occasionally you pay a film set a visit and find that, although police presence and street closures are in effect, there really isn’t anything worth while to shoot, celebrity wise. Case and point: Orange Is The New Black scheduled a day of on-location sets in Mount Vernon that included an old bank in the center of the city and across the street from Mt. Vernon Hospital. Read the rest of this entry »
There is little denying that White Collar’s Matt Bomer is one fine piece of candy. Mercy. We came upon the USA network show filming in Yonkers, NY and stopped by on our way to a dental appointment cuz just looking at him is enough to make you crack a molar! Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes you push on your shutter without knowing exactly who you are shooting. Case and point… We stopped in on the God’s Pocket film set and were attracted to a skinny male disheveled figure traipsing about and thought to do a few test shots on him. What can we tell y’all, we like them thin! Lo and behold, its none other than Caleb Landry Jones of X Men: First Class and No Country for Old Men fame.
Mad Men’s John Slattery has taken residence directing God’s Pocket. The film will star Christina Hendricks and Phillip Seymour Hoffman – neither of who were on the set during their brief outdoor scenes.
No matter to us though. Slattery is a total DILF. Read the rest of this entry »
What is one to do when the temps rise but not enough to schlep your ass out to the beach? Well, when the likes of Andrew Garfield and Paul Giamatti commandeer a section of Park Avenue to film scenes of The Amazing Spider-Man II, one redirects and heads out – albeit a bit late in the day – out to the set to try your hand at a few frames of them filming on a closed set, that’s what! Read the rest of this entry »
Here is an embarrassing classic example of the downside to not watching TV. Boardwalk Empire, the HBO series, which stars Steve Buscemi, stopped in Yonkers, NY recently to film on location. This being a old stomping ground, one which we happened to find ourselves in, we thought we’d take a saunter by.
We’ve admittedly never watched the show and, as a general rule don’t generally watch TV – cept for maybe Big Bang Theory, and that is if we happen to be home when its on. We did however know that Michael Pitt, Paz de la Huerta and Bobby Cannavale also happen to be part of the cast (at some point in the past.) And any of these three we would gladly shoot and be happy with… Read the rest of this entry »
Looking for a celebrity can often feel like you are knee deep in that retro-throwback flick “looking for Mr. Good Bar.” At other times it can somewhat feel like running into an old friend – that you no longer speak to. Case and point: Animal Rescue Brooklyn set.
We happened on just missing our intended target – Noomi Rapace – in a hot pink top and stilettos by the narrowest of seconds. Girl caught wind that we were after a photo and made like she saw an ex-BFF and hightailed it to her awaiting car as if she hadn’t seen us at all.
We then blinked and stumbled upon Belgian hotness Matthias Schoenaerts.
But unlike the first time we laid eyes on this strapping import in Washington Heights with Zoe Saldana, where he was receptive to our lens, the time time he to was a bit more stand-offish. As if we were merely a one night stand grounded in momentary carnal desire. Read the rest of this entry »
At times one gets lucky visiting a film set. Don’t know how it happens but it does. The Animal Rescue set, presently filming on location throughout Brooklyn and Queens, starring Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace, happened to be one of those times. We arrived minutes before the talent came on – one after the other – to film an exterior scene with their puppy.
It doesn’t get better than that y’all. Read the rest of this entry »