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ABC’s New Rom-Com Is Bringing Its Boob Jokes to the Bowery

Okay, so Taxi Driver 2 probably isn’t filming in the neighborhood, but ABC’s new rom-com will be shooting tomorrow. According to a flyer that warns parking will be affected around Bowery between Prince and Delancey, Manhattan Love Story “exposes the difference between men and women through the unfiltered thoughts of a new couple who have just begun dating in New York City.”
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Is Taxi Driver 2 Really Filming On St. Marks Place?

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Among the film-shoot signs we spotted around the East Village today (Forever, Flesh and Bone) this one certainly stood out: the placard claims Taxi Driver 2 will be filming later this week on St. Marks Place, between Second and Third (where Girls recently camped out).
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Look For Robert De Niro Interning in Williamsburg Today

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

No, he’s not working at Vice like the rest of the neighborhood. He’s starring as a widower turned fashion-website lackey in The Intern, which shoots in Williamsburg today and tomorrow. (Apparently one movie about old dudes doing internships wasn’t enough.)

According to a flyer, filming will occur from around 10 a.m. to 2 a.m., and the shoot will eat up parking spaces from North 8th to North 13th Street, between Bedford and Wythe Avenue, plus Nassau Ave near Guernsey Street.
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Richard Gere Is On the Streets: 6 Things Homeless NYers Want His Film to Show

Richard Gere today. (Photo: Elizabeth Flock)

Richard Gere today. (Photo: Elizabeth Flock)

We found Richard Gere this morning huddled between two trash containers on East 10th Street, between First Avenue and Avenue A, where the actor is filming Time Out of Mind, a movie about a homeless man in New York.

Just blocks away, near Tompkins Square Park, a handful of actual homeless New Yorkers pushed carts filled with bottles and cans they had collected for resale. Over on Second Avenue and East Seventh Street, a group of “travelers” sat outside the shuttered May Chan restaurant. We asked both groups of people to share a little bit about their daily life. Here are six things they said the film should portray about homelessness in New York City.
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