Vehicles Must Be Moved Monday 10/22 For Film Shoot: Montague Terrace, Remsen & Pierrepont

Filming for feature flick “Delivery Man” will take place near and along the Promenade on Tuesday, October 23. The NYPD Tow Unit will begin removing all vehicles at 10 p.m. tonight, Monday, October 22. The specifics: both sides of Montague Terrace between Remsen Street and Montague Street; and both sides of Pierrepont Place between Pierrepont Street and Montague Street.

The movie: “533 Kids Productions will be shooting a feature film during Fall & Winter 2012, centering on a middle-aged man whose life is turned upside down when he learns he has fathered 533 children through sperm donation. When a few hundred of the children express an irrepressible need to meet their father, he must decide whether to step up and reveal his identity.”

For questions or concerns regarding the shoot, call 533’s Location Department at 646-513-2360.

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  • Cranberry Beret

    Several streets in the north heights have the same requirement tonight…cranberry between hicks/henry, hicks between orange/cranberry, middagh between CPW and henry, etc.

  • Dave

    Sorry about this guys, but my life’s story has to be told!

  • Joe D

    This is getting out of hand. I fortunately don’t own a car, but these film shoots are somewhere in BK Heights every day.

  • Wiley E.

    But, Bloomberg is making money! He doesn’t give it to teachers or fire fighters though.

  • Mr. Crusty

    Wait. A post about Montague Terrace and Gery hasn’t weighed in yet? I’m worried. Should somebody check in on him?

  • roger

    Crusty why are you ragging on someone for their postings? You are the most infamous on this site for poor taste in comments. There-are-better-things-to-do-with-your-time!

  • Gerry

    @ Mr. Crusty – its Gerry and NOT Gery so get with the program.

    Montague Terrace is prime for movie shoots always something going on here and our quality of live has been negativly impacted the car and parking is one part the other is all of the distruption, i.e., film crews of people, millions of cables preventing to roll a stroller, BIG large location trucks who ignore engine ideling laws my whole house shakes while these trailers have the engines running, etc.

    In fact the other night it was very difficult to get to the Casino for a diner meeting and thats not even 2 blocks from Montague Terrace.

    We wish these movies would stop.

    @ Roger – never mind Mr. Crusty and his comments it all a part of the blog someday here me too may be an ugly old Freak like Crusty and have nothing to do but blog all day long pay Crusty no mind

  • Monty

    I’ve seen flyers for this production absolutely everywhere in BH. It’s a big-budget Dreamworks production starring Vince Vaughn. Expect some controlled chaos all day tomorrow.

  • Mr. Crusty

    Roger get a life. It’s a joke, humor. Bad taste? Please give me a break my little delicate flower.

    @Gerry, glad you OK. I would miss your posts if something had happened to you. Who else could create a firestorm of negative press against the nabe by railing against hot dog vendors?

  • BH’er

    it does seem like this should be a revenue opportunity for BH – can’t we collect a fee?

    if cabbie’s can take a surcharge just for driving at night, we should get a surcharge, maintenance fee, inconvenience fee, parking offsets, something

    there’s got to be a way for BH to profit off all this…. ideas??

  • Heights Neighbor

    We can put the funds toward dog poop removal!
    I was three for three last week. Three morning jogs and three times I stepped in it. It’s difficult to discriminate between dog crap and fallen leaves in the pre dawn hours. Guess the dog owners can’t tell the difference either.
    Come on people, be responsible for you pet. It’s the right thing to do.

  • Gerry

    @ BHer and Heights Neighbor – Here on Montague Terrace a neighbor of mine who is a wicked old queen the guy with the garden hose shakes down production crews and claims he uses the cash to prune trees and fix sidewalks.

    Brooklyn Heights residents should get something for the inconveince we must endure.

    I am refering to another old queen and NOT Mr. Crusty.

  • BH’er

    it’s really surprising to me – film companies are not looking to rent (public) sidewalk space and curbage – they want the private property back-drop for their movies

    it makes no sense whatsoever that the city should collect ANY revenue from the sets – it should ALL go to the building owners

    film companies are using private property and should compensate the people who paid for and maintain that property – why the city gets to sell it is beyond me

    if they just wanted any old sidewalk, they could go somewhere that would not be such an inconvenience, but the fact that the city collects a royalty on the usage of private property is beyond me