On Monday, Nov. 9, filmmakers orchestrated a roof-top stunt scene on top of the garage located at 100 Columbus Avenue near the Back Bay Orange Line T stop.
For those keeping track, the Boston Public Library located at 700 Boylston Street has been showcased in a slew of made-in-Boston film action, including an elaborate chase sequence for Diaz's other locally shot flick currently in theaters called "The Box."
In early October, Copley Square was transformed into a Hollywood-esque movie lot with the cast of the Adam Sandler-produced "Zookeeper," including Kevin James, Rosario Dawson and Leslie Bibb, filming scenes at the upscale Fairmont Copley Plaza. For the scene, designers lit up the Boston Public Library with dramatic lighting.
In April, MTV aired two made-in-Boston episodes of the Justin Timberlake-produced competition reality show "The Phone." In the episode called "The Russians," 22-year-old Brighton native Mitch hung out in a towel at a so-called Russian sauna, found the name of a piece of music at the Boston Public Library to use as a password for a Russian informant and helped his partner dodge green lasers to snag the show's top prize of $35,000.
Also, back in September 2007, the Boston Public Library was the scene of the crime in "The Pink Panther 2" starring Steve Martin as Inspector Jacques Clouseau. While filming at the BPL, there were reports that a priceless marble bust was knocked on the floor of the Grand Staircase. Fortunately, the damage wasn't caused by the movie crews.
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--Copyrighted photo for Loaded Gun Boston by Ryan Miner, Beantown Photo