Romcom starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson filming in Georgetown tomorrow

Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson

The romcom staring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson that’s been shooting in D.C. for the past couple weeks will be filming in Georgetown tomorrow afternoon and evening.

From 3 pm tomorrow to 3 am Thursday, filming will take place at the Georgetown Waterfront Park and the stretch of 33 Street between Grace and Water Streets, according to emails sent out on the GeorgetownForum and the Metropolitan Police Department’s 2nd District listservs.  According to the GeorgetownForum messages, production vehicles will also be at those locations on Friday, although it’s unclear if they’ll also be filming then.

Not that filming is the only time you can spot the headliners in Georgetown.  Owen Wilson was spotted biking on N Street towards campus yesterday and has already developed a Georgetown Cupcake habit and Reese and boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal were seen jogging through Georgetown and lunching at Le Pain Quotidien (while doing the NYT crossword—in pen!).  As we saw earlier this morning, Paul Rudd hasn’t had quite as much luck in the neighborhood, but he’s been around, too!

The movie they’re working on is written and directed by James L. Brooks of Terms of Endearment fame and the working title is How Do You Know? According to Variety, the film is a love triangle, with Rudd playing a white-collar executive and Wilson a professional baseball pitcher.

2 Comments on “Romcom starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson filming in Georgetown tomorrow

  1. Pingback: Filming to take place at Georgetown Waterfront on Wednesday - Backstage - GW Hatchet Blogs

  2. I’ve seen Owen Wilson at Norbeck Country Club in Olney. MD where he’s been hanging out with friends that are members there

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