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Posts Tagged ‘filming’
An Oddity: A Big Rig-Style Smokestack Atop a Van Assisting With the Heist Production in Haight AshburyFriday, April 10th, 2015
First up, some signage to learn the locals that our Dear Leader is fully on board with the production of this heist movie, so step off, hippies:
And is this a rolling coal diesel exhaust coming out of this van parked on Stanyan, the better to power a phalanx of electronic gear?
Sure looks that way.
I’ve never seen a smokestack on the top of a van before…
Ant-Man Filming Has Dominated the 94117: Nothing But “Cinema Vehicles” and Extras from the Panhandle to Kezar StadiumFriday, August 22nd, 2014
I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords.
As seen near Kezar, an Aston Martin:
As seen in GGP:
Via Peter Chu:
I Don’t Care What They Say, Here’s the Real Star of SF’s “Terminator 5” Film Production (Code Name: “VISTA”)Tuesday, August 5th, 2014
This Chrysler product, having decals I’ve never seen before IRL, has something to do with the filming of Terminator 5 about San Francisco these days.
That’s my first point.
Does This Thing Have A Hemi? Yes, yes it does:
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Also, the code name for the production is VISTA, as you can see on the yellow sign.
That’s my final point.
The Hollywood Set Descends Upon the Western Addition – What It’s Like Filming Alamo Square Atop a Tourist BusFriday, October 4th, 2013
You think you’re special, Angelenos?
You’re not special.
Anyway, nice headgear, Hollywood.
But remember, minimum wage in these parts is $10.55 an hour. (Sometimes you Hollywood people don’t understand that.)
All right, on with the show:
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Someday, I’ll wear noteworthy headgear and ride a tourist bus around town.