As we reported a few weeks back, Inside Llewyn Davis, the Coen Brothers’ next project about the Greenwich Village folk music scene in the 1960s, starts filming in NYC on Monday and thanks to one of our twitter followers, @Andresakademia, we already have the movie’s first filming location!
No Parking signs (due to filming) have been posted on 60th Street and Queens Blvd in Woodside, Queens for Mon, Feb. 6- Thursday, Feb. 9.
The movie follows a protagonist loosely based on singer Dave Van Ronk, a friend of Bob Dylan’s. Oscar Isaac stars as the title character while Justin Timberlake co-stars as another folk musician, his wife will be played by Carey Mulligan, and John Goodman will play a jazz musician who takes a road trip with Davis. Most of the cast is in NYC now prepping for their roles.
If you spot the movie filming in NYC, let us know about it via Twitter or email at email@example.com!
In other Justin Timberlake news, he has recently signed on to star in Clint Eastwood’s next film Trouble With the Curve.
In the baseball-themed movie, “Eastwood plays an aging baseball scout looking to mend fences with his daughter, played by Amy Adams, while he casts for new talent.”
Timberlake will play a rival scout in the movie, which is also expected to begin filming in Atlanta soon.