LoHud’s real estate reporter Barbara Nackman spotted some clues today that lead us to believe filming is about to begin at 429 Bellwood Avenue in Philipse Manor, where scenes for a movie based on a Stephen King book are scheduled to be shot.
Barbara reports that at least a half-dozen trucks were parked near the Dutch Colonial home this morning, including what looked like a food truck, with workers setting up a tent and tables. (And where there’s food, there’s certain to be cast and crew!) Landscapers were primping the flowering shrubs outside, too.
No sightings yet of star Joan Allen, who will reportedly play a woman who discovers her husband of 20-plus years has a frightening secret life.
According to IMDB.com, Stephen Lang (a former longtime Westchester County resident) and Anthony LaPaglia also are part of the cast.
King himself, who wrote the screenplay for the film based on a novella within his book, “Full Dark, No Stars,” is expected to be on site at some point during the shoot as well.
The movie, titled “A Good Marriage,” will be filming at the home for 15 days.
Click here to read Barbara’s original story about the now-imminent shoot…and let us know what you see going on!