Sarah Jessica Parker Runs Down Hicks Street, Christina Hendricks Looks On

Sarah Jessica Parker is shooting a scene this afternoon on Hicks Street for I Don’t Know How She Does It.  From what we saw, she’s chasing a pooch. Also on hand – Mad Men star Christina Hendricks. More pics after the jump.

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  • gimme

    looks like Christina has lost weight, no! I say, no!

  • heightsguy

    today I drove around looking for a spot that would be legal tomorrow, and street after street were reserved for film shoots. Not just the Hicks St. area but quite a few others. It’s excessive.

  • Buggs Bunny

    Just make all these movie Maroons go away. (PS Christina Hendricks boobs are fake).

  • Val

    There’s been a production related truck idling outside my apt (on Hicks btwn Pineapple and Orange) for hours now. I can’t wait until the filming is over.

  • Buggs Bunny

    Stick a potato in the exhaust pipe.

  • fritz

    I’m checiing the nabe doings from Lyon. Most of the display ads are in french

  • David on Middagh

    Did anyone else think the Christina Hendricks pic was of a mannequin?

  • Miky

    I agree that having them film in our neighborhood is a temporary inconvenience. On the other hand, the film and television industry provides many middle class New Yorkers with good paying jobs and the ability to support their families. So to the extent that the studios want to film in New York rather than a Hollywood lot, I say we encourage it.

  • carlotta

    I’m with you Miky.

  • Arch Stanton

    @ Buggs Bunny, Great idea!

  • Buggs Bunny

    I swiped the idea from a Beverly Hills Cop Movie. It worked in the movie. (I guess you could use a persimmon too.)

  • Jesse

    I’m guessing whether you support this wholesale takeover of the neighborhood depends to a large extent on whether you have a car. If you do, this is really ridiculous. They’ve essentially shut down all street parking in the southern half of the Heights on multiple days now.

    Parking here is never easy, and has been even worse with the snowpiles. I don’t understand how a film crew can totally disrupt a neighborhood like this. The least they could do is pay for everybody to park in a garage for the night. I’m sure SJP’s fee for this film is in the millions of dollars, and it would be, what, a few thousand to park everyone who requests it?

    I bet you the movie is crap.

  • laddy

    @mikey – fine. let them come if the community judges it to be for the net benefit, but why is some bureaucrat who hasnt stepped foot in the community making the call? the community should decide, we are the ones who need to put up with the inconvenience. also, if it were in the hands of the community leaders, I think we would see the film companies be a bit more courteous to the residents – especially, if they plan on coming back.