Posts Tagged on location
NKOTB turned actor, Donnie Wahlberg, brought the CBS cop drama to Mt. Vernon yesterday to film exterior scenes at the famed city court house – across the street from Mt. Vernon PD. Read the rest of this entry »
Rye, NY native and all around funny man, Jason Bateman, brought his team back to his old stomping grounds yesterday to film beach scenes for his new film “The Family Fang,” in Playland. Read the rest of this entry »
Watching Kathryn Hahn, on the set of The Family Fang, yesterday, got us to thinking about the many forms of observable celebrity reactions. It varies from actor to actor – whether on the street, a film set or a step and repeat. But whether it’s an A-lister, an up-and-comer or a D-list working actor who’s name always manages to slip your mind, the reactions to attention that comes with said celebrity can be as opposite as night and day.
The degrees found can go something like this: some marvel in it – Max and Charlie Carver come to mind, others control it from beginning to end - like Tom Cruise, smart ones go about their day to day as normal folks – Sarah Jessica Parker and Hugh Jackman have mastered this – and yet others pretend that it’s a heavy burden and an intrusion on their physical, mental and professional state.
This last one is what we witnessed with Hahn yesterday on the Suffern, NY location of the Jason Bateman film set. Read the rest of this entry »
Child star turned a leading man turned director, Jason Bateman, took his new directorial project “The Family Fang,” to Mt. Vernon, NY yesterday and as we were available we thought to take a leisurely drive and see what we could turn up.
The film costars Nicole Kidman and Christopher Walken alongside Bateman. (Yes… Mr. Man is pulling double duty!)
The set was filming interiors, so we decided to park ourselves across the street, straight in the line of some rays, with a birds eye view of the exits, and before long out walked Bateman as casual as he could be in some jeans and t-shirt – and headed straight for us. Read the rest of this entry »
Justin Theroux braved the onslaught of true summer temperatures to film scenes for the highly anticipated HBO drama “The Leftovers,” in Harrison, NY – yesterday afternoon.
We took a drive up North and, after a bit of driving around hoping to stumble on to the hidden set, we lucked out in time to catch the man with the washboard abs filming street scenes involving a car-wreck and an unfortunate deer.
Damn if Theroux can’t rock a uniform and brandish a prop gun and leave you wanting to be the object of a good ole fashion pistol whipping! For serious y’all, hotness looked good from every angle… Read the rest of this entry »
Carrie Coon and Sebastian Arcelus filmed scenes for the upcoming HBO series “The Leftovers,” in NY, on Friday. Absent were the young cast members, comprised of Max and Charlie Carver and Margaret Qualley, who earlier in the week break into the duos character’s home. Read the rest of this entry »
James Franco, presently filming The Adderall Diaries with beauteous Amber Heard, takes his craft seriously. If you doubt this, all you would’ve had to do was be present on the Yonkers, NY set when an unnamed pap, with what a cop on set described as a tick, crossed into the scene and disrupted production.
“What’s that about,” he asked rhetorically right before Franco vacated his mark and approached.
“You’re ruining the movie,” Franco shouted. This was immediately proceeded by a series of expletive of the F-word variety.
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Twins Max and Charlie Carver are fast becoming the go to hotties of the new upcoming HBO series “The Leftovers.” Not just cuz it’s a two for one moment – or two on one, if you prefer – but because they are as playful as they are yummy eye candy.
Seriously, the twinks are purrty! Read the rest of this entry »
Amy Brenneman, Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Margaret Qualley and Emily Meade filmed scenes for the highly anticipated HBO series “The Leftovers,” on location in New York City, yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »
As a photographer, when you pay a film-set a visit, you are treated like a pariah. Sure, you are handing the production free publicity, shining a spotlight on the talent and show itself - and, well, you get the picture. (Pardon the pun.) This is a tell-tale of a recent visit to the upcoming HBO production “The Leftovers,” which is presently on-location in NYC. Read the rest of this entry »