The kiosk at Union Station in downtown LA will be closed on Tuesday so the She is all that remake can use the iconic terminal as a location.
Despite the hundreds of people using the South Patio COVID-19 test site at busy Union Station, Miramax’s photo has received a permit from FilmLA, Deadline confirmed. With exterior shots and interior scenes at the terminal. It is estimated that there will be a total cast and crew size of around 170 at Union Station tomorrow
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Early in the day, those with COVID-19 test appointments scheduled for Tuesday received an email telling them they were out of luck, to put it politely.
“We apologize for the inconvenience and delayed notification, but the LA Union Station kiosk site had to cancel all appointments for December 1 due to an event held there,” said correspondence from Curative Customer Care from 8 am to 3 pm site.
Contacted by Deadline, Curative, who runs the pop-up site with the City of LA, confirmed that they sent the email and that the Union Station site is indeed closed tomorrow – which could lead to a scheduled backup and reprogrammed. tests over the next week at least.
The time that a COVID-19-battered LA doesn’t really have as the turkeys come home to spread Thanksgiving gatherings and vacation trips that have been unsuccessfully deterred. Newly imposed restrictions went into effect today in an attempt to curb the spike in cases and hospitalizations that are on the rise and will certainly overwhelm the health care system in less than two weeks.
The decision to shut down the Union Station site was made by Curative, a well-placed source tells us. The nationwide testing organization felt the environment would be too disruptive and social distancing could be extremely difficult to enforce. He is all that filming in progress.
Earlier Monday, the Los Angeles Public Health Unit reported 5,150 new cases of the coronavirus, 17 more deaths and 2,185 ongoing hospitalizations. Or as mayor and potential cabinet member Joe Biden, Eric Garcetti just tweeted:
The cases of COVID-19 are on the rise and we must take urgent action to flatten the curve now.
We ask all Angelenos not to meet with anyone outside of your home and to limit non-essential activities. If you are going out, wear your mask and practice physical distance. pic.twitter.com/XyGHlEZyui
– MayorOfLA (@MayorOfLA) December 1, 2020
It should be noted that the mayor’s office did not respond to a request for comment on the closure of the Union Station site for He is all that.
“Before this issue was brought to our attention, neither FilmLA nor the production company’s sites team had any prior knowledge of a COVID-19 test center operating on-site,” FilmLA told Deadline tonight. “Informed of the closure of the test site, representatives of the production of the film offered to work with representatives of the station to restore access to the test site tomorrow,” added the nonprofit agency. “The two uses of the installation may be compatible, depending on the area to be used for filming and the interest of the production in operating it.”
Miramax did not comment on the situation during the contact before the deadline. However, company officials have confirmed that the Mark Waters-directed film will be shot at the DTLA station. Miramax had no idea their shooting would shut down the test site, I hear. In fact, largely because they won’t be filming anywhere near the kiosk, the company is currently reaching out to Curative to see if the testing site can be opened for tomorrow.
Written by original screenwriter R. Lee Fleming, with producers Jennifer Gigbot and Andrew Panay of the 1999 film also on board, He is all that updates and returns the script. In the new version, a social media influencer plans to take revenge by accepting the challenge of turning school’s biggest loser into prom king after her boyfriend humiliates her.
True to context, TikTok superstar Addison Rae signed on for the film, as did Tanner Buchanan. In a cast that also includes Madison Pettis, Peyton Meyer, Isabella Crovetti, Annie Jacob and Myra Molloy, Rae and Buchanan will play gender-swapped versions of the characters Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook from She is all that.
Of course, there are a number of other venues where one can be tested in LA, such as the drive-up at Dodger Stadium. That’s probably cold comfort to those who had a test scheduled for tomorrow at Union Station.