From the Queens Courier:
The trailers arrived before 5 a.m. and as Bell Boulevard came to life a few hours later – with restaurants and nail salons rolling up their security gates for the day – the bustling mid-morning scene looked like something out of a movie.
And that’s just what it was.
On Monday, June 29, Papazzio Restaurant and Catering became the eatery of choice for the lead characters played by Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart in “Rabbit Hole,” an independent film based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name.
Monday, June 29, 2009
Nicole Kidman filming on Bell Blvd
Posted by Queens Crapper at 4:56 PM
Labels: Bayside, film industry
Go back to Jessica.
Who cares? I mean WHO CARES?
Readers, are your lives so bereft of metaphysical meaning that you give a flying F about the appearance of a movie "star"?
(Now the appearance of a politician at the senior center, now THAT has intellectual import.)
I worship the ground Toby Stavisky stands on.
"Papazzio Restaurant and Catering became the eatery of choice for the lead characters played by Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart in “Rabbit Hole"
Why are they copying me? Papazzio has been MY eatery of choice for many years!
This is the trouble with the movie industry in this city. They clog our streets, and when they dine they never support local businesses.
I wonder what you have to do to get on this list.
Good ol' Bell Blvd...Glad to see somewhere else getting a taste of the locust that invades the UES several times a month.
BTW: Are people ever going to tire of stories centered on condo-dwelling yuppie narcissists?
Wow, have not seen so many fair haired light skinned people in Queens since Eisenhower was in the White House.
What is the story line - she was slumming it? or her life was shit until she met a very wise immigrant who turned it around for her?
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