Lights, Camera, Action! Wahlbergs Have Arrived!

   

  
 By William Tauro

Wahlberg’s convoy of tractors were visibly noticed pulling trailers and his film crew being bused in as they moved into the former location of Pat’s Towing Service that’s located at 160-200 McGrath Highway on Monday.   

According to sources, the makers of the film “Patriots Day” staring Mark Wahlberg have signed a lease to rent a property in Somerville as a film staging area as well as for a movie set. 

Film actors some dressed in Boston Police uniforms and SWAT gear were seen walking around the property early Monday going to and from the dressing rooms preparing for the movie filming. 

But be sure to keep a close lookout for any Mark Wahlberg sightings every day!

Patriots Day is an upcoming 2016 American drama film directed by Peter Berg written by Matt Charman, Eric Johnson, and Paul Tamasy, about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombingsand a manhunt of a terrorist led by Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis.
The film stars Mark Wahlberg, J. K. Simmons, and John Goodman. Principal photography began on March 29, 2016 in Quincy and Boston, Massachusetts. The film will be released in limited theaters in Los Angeles, Boston and New York on December 21, 2016, with a wide release on January 13, 2017.

   
   

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