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I love a charade

  1. CAPow says:

    I live in Albany NY, and down town we have I-787, which is a crazy series of ramps and flyovers. Right now they are filming car chase scenes on 787 for the new Angelina Jolie movie “Salt,” and she was in town this past weekend filming. Also this past summer in Columbia County and Rennselaer County they did a lot of filming for the new Ang Lee movie about woodstock, but I’m not sure exactly where the location was.

  2. High-Heeled Foot in the door says:

    Too funny. Angie was here filming Salt as well. I keep hearing stoppings of them all over a nearby town.

  3. LindsB says:

    Wow, what a beautiful estate! Its so funny how movies work- I mean they always make you think you are somewhere but really you are not- did that make sense?

    Anyways- recently Boston has been home to many movie shoots. They filmed a few scenes from The Women here, they were actually suppose to be in NY, but filmed on a street in Boston that looks like the village.

    On the same street I saw these movies being filmed: Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (BTW, I cant WAIT to see this), My Best Friends Girl, and Bride Wars.

    I have to say that Matthew McConaughey is even hotter in person…if that is even possible.

    Fun Post! xoxox

  4. Erin says:

    San Diego, Ca. Home to Kansas City BBQ, otherwise known as the bar in Top Gun!

    (there’s several other famous places that were filmed here, but that’s most well known to my generations!)

  5. Carrie says:

    OMG, I need to live there. Holy fantasticness.

  6. MyLittleHappyPlace says:

    When I lived in Austin, it was just beginning to have that “Third Coast” status for filmmaking – before SXSW became HUGE! Anyway, one of my summers there they filmed The Newton Boys, and of course, that’s where Dazed and Confused was filmed – lots of Austin good stuff in that flick!

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