Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Luke Wilson leaving, Owen Wilson arriving

"Tenure" producer Brendan McDonald dropped off two scripts signed by Luke Wilson, writer/director Mike Million and the rest of his cast for Kim Strengari and Marianne Gere, owners of the Gypsy Saloon (128 Ford), and Stella Blu (101 Ford) in West Conshohocken. They hosted Wilson several times as the film shot in the area and also arranged for him to golf on area links. The movie had its wrap party the weekend before last, but the cast and crew were still in town.

Luke Wilson leaving, Owen Wilson arriving

"Tenure" producer Brendan McDonald dropped off two scripts signed by Luke Wilson, writer/director Mike Million and the rest of his cast for Kim Strengari and Marianne Gere, owners of the Gypsy Saloon (128 Ford), and Stella Blu (101 Ford) in West Conshohocken. They hosted Wilson several times as the film shot in the area and also arranged for him to golf on area links. The movie had its wrap party the weekend before last, but the cast and crew were still in town. Wilson and a few buddies left the Continental Midtown (18th & Chestnut) late Saturday night, asking the hostess for directions somewhere and headed west along Chestnut Street. Meanwhile, Owen Wilson, whom the Brits say has just gotten engaged to Kate Hudson, will be in the Inqwaster newsroom Thursday shooting a scene for "Marley & Me," based on the best-seller by the paper's former columnist John Grogan, about his incorrigible but lovable dog. Jennifer Aniston, who plays Grogan/Wilson's wife, is due soon in town, but isn't in this week's newspaper scenes.

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