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As a general rule in the photo world, you shoot first and worry about ID’s later. With this very motto in mind we let the shutter click as we passed by The Blacklist set a few days ago.
The only drawback of such practice is that, at some point, you have to get to researching and identifying your mystery shots utilizing a basic form of deductive reasoning – or perhaps it’s more inductive reasoning – which is how we arrived at concluding that hot chocolate, here pictured above, had to be non-other than Hisham Tawfiq. Read the rest of this entry »
Once again we stopped by The Untitled Christmas Eve Project, starring Anthony Mackie, Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, in the hopes of coming across our future ex-husband and only turned up Rogen traipsing about wanting to go unnoticed. Read the rest of this entry »
With her family visit to the behind her, Nicole Kidman has immersed herself into her new project “The Family Fang,” alongside her costars Christopher Walken Maryann Plunkett and director Jason Batemen.
The four spent the day lakeside at Harriman State Park’s camping grounds at Sebago Lake.
Photographers weren’t allowed on the grounds the crew was filming – you can only be in that section if you are camping with a permit. So the group of shutterbugs had to improvise and shoot the site from across the waters in a clearing of the woods. Read the rest of this entry »
Stand-up, writer, producer, director and actor Seth Rogen, 32 – yes, his Wiki page touts all of that – is presently filming The Untitled Christmas Eve Project in NY. He is keeping company with our future ex-husband Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Lizzy Caplan of Mean Girls fame.
We are sure we don’t need to point out who we were hoping to spot during our visit to their set in Harlem. It’s not that we don’t appreciate the likes of the High School Canadian drop-out turned Hollywood sensation – we do! Thnx Seth – it’s just that we tend to think with the other smaller brain from time to time.
Ok, most of the time, we are males, sue us! Read the rest of this entry »
Australian stage and screen actor, Toby Leonard Moore, can presently be found on the set of the new Netflix production of Marvel comics “Daredevil” reboot. Moore joins a cast that touts hottie Charlie Cox (think Downton Abbey) and Brooklyn native Rosario Dawson.
If you aren’t overly familiar with the comic book blind superhero, think back to its original big screen adaptation and wondrous bomb starring Ben Affleck and now wife Jennifer Garner.
That was epic! Read the rest of this entry »
Beauty Nicole Kidman got a very special visit from her husband, crooner and AI judge Keith Urban, yesterday, while she was on the set of her new film “The Family Fang,” which is presently filming in various locations of Westchester County.
The down-under pair was visibly affectionate to each other, strolling back-and-forth from Kidman’s trailer holding hands and even sneaking in a kiss as they stopped to visit the catering truck on the grounds of the set. Read the rest of this entry »
Native New Yorker and Tribeca resident Robert DeNiro is infamous for his drive-by step-and-repeat appearances. Ask any photog on a red-carpet – ourselves included – about shooting him and they will tell ya how it plays out. Be at the ready when either he is announced or he is 1st spotted getting out of the car.
We are fully aware of his antics but when we spotted him leaving the set of his new film “The Intern,” costarring Anne Hathaway, presently filming in NY, we were shocked and dismayed at his sudden rush to prevent himself from being photographed. Read the rest of this entry »
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 »