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Star watcher alert: 'Main Street' filming locations released

Posted by on Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 5:17 PM

A dozen locations around Durham, including the Dog House restaurant, have been staked out for the production of Main Street, a film starring Orlando Bloom, Andrew McCarthy, Ellen Burstyn, Patricia Clarkson and Colin Firth, according to the Durham News Service.

See the map of the locations, which include downtown, the NCCU area and west and east Durham, here: mainst_filming_locations_map

Shooting begins Monday, April 6, at 206 N. Dillard St., which is at the corner of Liberty and Dillard. Shooting then moves to 400 N. Duke St. April 15-18.

The tentative schedule for the rest of five-week shoot is as follows:

505 W. Chapel Hill St. and 1004 Linwood Ave., April 21

200 E. Main, April 22

215 N. Church and 414 Cleveland St., April 23-24

1801 Fayetteville Road, April 25

713 Linwood Ave, May 2

123 W. Main, May 4

3521 Hillsborough Road (the Dog House restaurant), May 5

Highway 147 and Roxboro Road, May 6



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