Here comes the bride? Crews with the made-in-Massachusetts romantic comedy "What's Your Number?" with Anna Faris and Chris Evans are filming a wedding scene at the Good Harbor beach in Gloucester early next week, with filmmakers setting up shop in the picturesque seaport town as early as this weekend.
It's a one-day shoot at Good Harbor and then crews plan to shoot an eight-day wedding sequence at a private estate located at 33 Way Rd. in Cape Ann.
According to the Gloucester Times here, crews plan to use the Good Harbor parking lot as a staging area before moving to the stately Back Shore residence. They're taking a break on the weekend beginning Saturday, June 19, but returning on Monday, June 21 and Tuesday, June 22 to finish filming.
There are three wedding scenes, ranging from a blue-collar bash to a big-fat Italian wedding to a young/corporate soiree, scheduled for the film and Faris' onscreen sister, and homegrown talent, Ari Graynor is apparently the bride to be.
Since filming commenced on Monday, May 17, many of the shots for "What's Your Number?" have had a recurring wedding theme.
On Thursday, May 20, crews rented out an empty storefront located on Clarendon Street near the Cole Haan store located at 109 Newbury St. Set designers transformed the space located at 236 Clarendon St. into a bridal boutique chock full of fashion-forward wedding gowns.
On Wednesday, May 19, crews filmed a sequence at Winston Flowers located at 11 Florence St. in Chestnut Hill. On Tuesday, May 18, crews with "What's Your Number?" filmed a cake-related bridal scene at 311 Summer Street in South Boston's Fort Point Channel neighborhood.
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