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No More Goats

December 17, 2008 at 11:00 AM | by | ()

Today, we're so sorry to report, is the last day of principal shooting for “Men Who Stare at Goats.” The movie will be filming at SunCal Dunes in Albuquerque, a 55,000-acre tract of land with spectacular views of the cityscape that may soon become a massive housing development. We don’t which is the bigger shame: Transforming a tranquil landscape into suburbia or watching another George Clooney movie wrap.

In Wisconsin, Eric Roberts, most recently seen on “Heroes,” has started in on the indie flick, “Project Solitude." They'll be filming around Flintville today, a small town located in the metro Green Bay area. This isn’t the first movie to come through these parts this year: Johnny Depp was in Wisconsin for more than two months in the spring filming “Public Enemies.”

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[Photo: Just Jared]

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