BOSTON (WHDH) - If you're a resident of Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood, you may have noticed snow-covered streets and sidewalks on Friday. Don’t fret, winter has not yet arrived. The small snowbanks near Pleasant Street and Sawyer Avenue are artificial and the product of a Mark Wahlberg movie production. Wahlberg, a native of Dorchester, is in town filming "Wonderland."
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The tax credit gives breaks to movie companies who film in Massachusetts. Credit: Joshua_Wilson via Pixabay.com
2016's Academy Award-winning "Manchester By The Sea", filmed right here and crewed by our members
Six major motion pictures have filmed scenes in Malden since 2013. Below is a rundown of the titles and filming locations, followed by some examples of how the city has spent its newfound movie money.
“It really is like an economic stimulus package,” said Kevin Duffy, the city’s Strategy and Business Development Officer. “Why wouldn’t you say yes?”
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Nestled among all the hidden gems of Worcester is a treasure trove of movie magic, delightful set pieces and props that have been used in some of the biggest big-screen hits.
"Patriots Day" star Mark Wahlberg, left, confers with Peter Berg, right, the film's director, and actor James Colby, before filming scene where police search a house on Dyer Street in Framingham Wednesday. Daily News and Wicked Local Staff Photo/Ken McGagh