Mark Ruffalo on Orchard Street for “Now You See Me” [Video]

Posted on: March 26th, 2012 at 10:28 am by

The Now You See Me marathon filming lasted for an additional eight hours at the junction of Orchard and Broome Streets. Since it was a Saturday shoot, larger-than-usual crowds gathered to gawk at the Hollywood-ified set. Building stoops were occupied by camera-wielding tourists while PAs barked orders about what not to do.

This image has been archived or removed.

We later learned that the scene in question features Hulk/Bruce Banner actor Mark Ruffalo storming into 92 Orchard Street with a SWAT crew. During some of the downtime between takes, Ruffalo was quite the good sport with fan photos, gladly smiling for the camera.

This image has been archived or removed.

Here’s a bit of video from the shoot:

And a few more images:

This gallery has been removed.

Recent Stories

The Ambitious 1960s Plan of ‘Instant Renovation’ of Old Law Tenements

With an ever-constant flow of stories about landlords upscaling tenements – and the resultant displacement of residents – it’s appropriate to revisit the little-known federal program of “instant renovations” from yesteryear. This housing rehabilitation pilot program began during the mayoral term of Lindsay, and seems rather bonkers. Essentially, a crane would cut through the roof […]

City Keeps Chinatown Park in the Dark over Light Outages [OP-ED]

Is the Department of Transportation stuck in neutral? Back in early 2017, the lights dotting Columbus Park in Chinatown began to fade, eventually shrouding the whole park in darkness. Being an early riser and accustomed to walking my Furbabies at 5:00am daily, I was forced to carry a flashlight in order to see. My inquiries to […]

Irving Farm to Close its Orchard Street Coffee Shop

Irving Farm Coffee is leaving the Lower East Side. The neighborhood shop – located at 88 Orchard Street – will close in the coming weeks. Thus capping a seven-year stint on the so-called museum block. But the storefront will stay a coffee shop in the future. Irving Farm confirmed this news, and noted that a […]

F Train Subway Tunnel to Undergo $100M Sandy-Related Repairs Next Year

F train riders, get ready for a shutdown. The Rutgers Tube, which connects Brooklyn and Manhattan beneath the East River, took on 1.5 million gallons of saltwater during the Hurricane Sandy in October 2012, and is next in line for repair. According to a report in The City, undergo at least $100 million worth of […]

Issey Miyake Boutique will Eventually Open on Kenmare Street [Updated]

That so-called jewel box development at Elizabeth and Kenmare Streets is a sore site for these eyes. With the mess of construction materials long-gone, the hulking concrete mass feels somewhat like a prison complex. And into this condo compound, a trendy international retailer on the ground level. Eye-grabbing teaser signage for Issey Miyake has been […]