Here is an update on the Netflix movie set in a neighboring town. I understand that the shooting ended on Monday. A cute addition was the vintage (vintage?) cars from the 1980's parked along the side of Main Street. Businesses get to keep the spiffy paint jobs and can apply to keep the signs and awnings. We will be picking up my grandsons on Saturday for an overnight and I will have to see what remains. And the "name" of the pretend town is Blacksmith.The blue building became a TV store.
And the movie marquee was finished!
Update: We went through the village to pick up grandchildren. I was shocked and sad to see that the wild and crazy rock star wall had been painted over at the request of the building owner. The marquee remains, but is blank. Most signs are still up and all the awnings remain with the business names removed. And most of the buildings have been painted with original colors. I will see it again soon and see if more has disappeared. I thought the bright refresh was very inviting and was sorry to see so much gone.
I swear my next post will talk about Mimi Camp.