Thursday, May 27, 2010

Anna Faris and Chris Evans film in the North End

That's amore? Sudbury native Chris Evans and "The House Bunny" actress Anna Faris shot a scene for the made-in-Boston romantic comedy "What's Your Number?" in front of Bova's Bakery located at 134 Salem St. on Wednesday, May 26.

In the scene, Evans is sporting a "Free Licks" T-shirt and is holding an Italian sub while Faris follows the "Fantastic Four" hottie down Salem Street.

Evans, who is teaming up with Faris as her womanizing next-door neighbor, shot a similar food-inspired scene on Tuesday, May 25 where he shared a pretzel outside of the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse, located at 1 Courthouse Way in South Boston's waterfront area, before heading to the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) located at 100 Northern Ave.

On Friday, May 21, crews set up shop at the Boston Public Library, transforming the Italianate courtyard space into a romantic dining hot spot.

On Thursday, May 20, they filmed at 236 Clarendon St. near the city's posh Newbury Street where designers transformed the space into a bridal boutique chock full of fashion-forward wedding gowns.

On Tuesday, May 18, crews with "What's Your Number?" filmed a wedding reception scene at 311 Summer Street in South Boston's Fort Point Channel neighborhood.

As previously reported in Loaded Gun Boston, crews with "What's Your Number?" are making a concerted effort to showcase Beantown in all of its glory, with one insider saying it will be a "two-hour postcard" that will focus on some of our city's swankier locales.

Production is slotted to continue in Boston's North End on Thursday, May 27 with word that crews are planning to film an Italian bridal bash at some point.

Photo by Ryan Miner

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