2 Days in New York Filming for Another 2 Days

Posted on: November 3rd, 2010 at 6:23 am by

2 Days in New York is spending another two days filming in the neighborhood.  The feature film, which stars Chris Rock and Julie Delpy, is slated to shoot in roughly the same location as last week.

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Filming personnel will again occupy a stretch of real estate bounded by Bowery, Mott, Delancey, and Broome.

2 Days in New York is a romantic comedy and sequel to 2007’s 2 Days in Paris. The movie continues the story of Frenchwoman Marion as she deals with some visitors from France.  Here’s a brief synopsis, courtesy of Movie Insider:

Marion (Julie Delpy), now happily living with Mingus (Chris Rock) at their New York loft apartment, finds her relationship, her home, her career and her very “soul” in jeopardy when her contentious father, sister and ex-boyfriend come to visit from France.

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