Friday, June 25, 2010

Star maps guide for made-in-Boston movie buffs

Want to know where Tom Cruise courted Cameron Diaz in the made-in-Boston spy comedy "Knight and Day," currently in theaters? Or still can’t figure out where in Massachusetts Adam Sandler and the cast from "Grown Ups" splish-splashed in the water park’s pool scene? You’re in luck.

Loaded Gun Boston, an online destination focusing on the latest crop of made-in-Boston films and TV productions, is launching a limited-edition, boutique magazine showcasing the behind-the-scenes buzz surrounding Hollywood East as well as the people, places and products featured.

Think of it as a star maps for made-in-Massachusetts movie buffs.

“Interest in all of the locally shot movies has soared since Massachusetts started to attract A-list talent like Tom Cruise and Anna Faris to the area,” says Sam Baltrusis, publisher of Loaded Gun Boston. “It’s all about showcasing Boston to the masses and offering travel inspiration to those who visit the city and want the behind-the-scenes lowdown regarding what was shot locally and where.”

Highlights from the premiere issue of Loaded Gun Boston magazine include:

--Travel-inspiration guides for "Knight and Day," "Grown Ups," "The Social Network," "The Town" and "Zookeeper"

--A star-maps centerfold giving detailed information regarding made-in-Boston film locations

--Photos of many of the stars who filmed in Massachusetts including Adam Sandler, Anna Faris, Ben Affleck, Cameron Diaz, Chris Evans, Jesse Eisenberg, Jon Hamm, Kevin James, Rosario Dawson, Salma Hayek and Tom Cruise

--Coming soon feature serving up a comprehensive list of locally shot films and those slotted for production in 2010

--Plus a detailed walking/bike tour for those who want to see the film sites up close and personal

Since shifting its editorial focus to made-in-Massachusetts films in 2008, Loaded Gun Boston has been featured on WCVB-TV's "Chronicle," Boston's NPR affiliate WBUR and continues to be a resource for a slew of regional periodicals.

Preview a copy of the summer 2010 issue of Loaded Gun Boston magazine or purchase the guide for $7.50 here. Also, use the MagCloud promo code DADGRAD to save 25% on your purchase order until June 30.

For iPad and Kindle enthusiasts, there's a digital download edition of Loaded Gun Boston magazine available for $2.50 here.

Click here to preview the Summer 2010 edition of Loaded Gun Boston magazine.

1 comment: said...

That is wicked cool!

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