Just a little bit ago...
Later, a group of teens were excited to photograph the QM-11 to Forest Hills.
OK, OK...R-Pattz was headed back to his town car.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
I really hate going up to my favorite places and seeing a sign tacked to the door. I always fear the worst. Like when I went up to the Pearl Street Diner in the Financial District yesterday for lunch.
OK, I can live with this for one day. And filming for the new R-Pattz film "Remember Me" takes place here today. Remember to leave your screaming teens at home.
[Top Pearl Street Diner photo via]
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Yes, this is none other than the Robert Pattinson film "Remember Me." Given his devoted teen following, should be a good day for the FroYo and cupcake shops nearby. [Update: Spotted this sign between First Avenue and Second Avenue, and figure that's where the action will bee...]
Previously on EV Grieve:
273 Mott St. in danger of collapsing; Robert Pattinson fans don't seem to notice
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Yes! He's OK, as, uh, OK! reports:
On an intersection in downtown Manhattan, the ever-present hordes of teenage fans are mingling with firefighters and the film crew — all less than 100 feet from a building that is dangerously close to falling down!
But while R-Pattz and co. bravely soldier on amid the flashing lights of the emergency services, on-set sources admit the melee is a nightmare for the crew.
"It's causing a hold-up for the shoot. We can't get anything in or out of here," said one gaffer-tape wielding worker.
Onlookers tell OK! that R-Pattz himself is taking the most recent near-disaster to strike his movie, following last week's near-miss with a taxi cab, in stride.
"Robert is concentrating on his scene," said one observant fan. "But most of the crew are staring nervously at the crack in the building and talking about whether it will fall down or not."
But if, heaven forbid, the building were to fall down, the top would land a couple of feet from Rob's dressing room trailer.