Monday, July 28, 2008

Robin Williams Film Updated

Apparently there will be some on-the-street filming of a Robin Williams movie this week. It will happen on Wednesday, the 30th, on 45th between Bagley and Meridian in the Wallingford district between 6-9 p.m. Forty-fifth will be closed off to traffic in that area. All the businesses will be open on 45th so I'm assuming you can watch.

It's a good opportunity for kids who are interested in film-making or production. Films are very much a "hurry up and wait" situation. As well, it's amazing the number of people it takes to make a film. And who knows? Maybe they need extras.

1 comment:

Jet City mom said...

OMG I agree that films are so boring to watch being made. A few years ago, Gene Hackman, Ellen Burstyn & Ann-Margaret made a movie up the street- ( Gene was the only one who had his own trailer).
The only things bystanders could see were the outside shots.

It was much more interesting when Sean Penn shot bits of Into the Wild & Morgan Freeman & Greg Kinnear made Feast of Love @ my daughters college.

But a good dose of reality for those interested.