Friday, September 4, 2015

"Wire" actor and Owen Wilson around, Aniston still in New York

"Wire" fans around Broad & Callowhill were excited to see Clarke Peters, who played Lester Freamon on the HBO drama, and girls are swooning over Owen Wilson as the actors film "Marley & Me" in the Inqwaster newsroom, people are also wondering where is Jennifer Aniston. The answer is: Still in New York.

"Wire" actor and Owen Wilson around, Aniston still in New York

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"Wire" fans around Broad & Callowhill were excited to see Clarke Peters, who played Lester Freamon on the HBO drama, and girls are swooning over Owen Wilson as the actors film "Marley & Me" in the Inqwaster newsroom, people are also wondering where is Jennifer Aniston. The answer is: Still in New York. In today's column we said she was believed to be in town, but she is not yet in the city. Center City shooting of the film is expected to end today, with the crew beginning work in the West Chester area tomorrow. Meanwhile, looks like we've got some competition in town, as tabloid magazines and paparazzi from a few photo agencies are camped outside the Daily News/Inqwaster HQ. Here is a video of Wilson and Peters shooting a scene this morning.

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