Filming in Dealey Plaza for 11/22/63Posted: October 8, 2015 | |
While a majority of posts I’ve read on social media are geared toward how sexy the producer of Stephen King’s 11/22/63 I’ve been excited about various instagram posts of Dealey Plaza.
Today I was headed to do some shopping in Oak Cliff I got stuck in the traffic nearly Dealey Plaza. I was annoyed because the shop I was headed towards closes at 7 PM so I flipped my situation and took some pictures. This one came out:
I found this video being reposted, from metsyc, on the gram and thought it was extremely creepy to watch. Last week I heard a presentation about visiting the JFK memorial and surrounding area so I watched several clips of the shooting on 11/22/63. Here is a more closer view of what was filmed from @delavannyjocruz:
I’m not even a fan of cars but I know a sexy automobile when I see it.
Visited the set of Stephen King’s ’11/22/63′ today in Dealey Plaza! This is a shot of Elm St. filled with old cars and at the top of the photo you can see where the crew added a makeshift window on top of the book depository building to film the gunman through since the real sixth floor window cannot be opened anymore #112263 #dealeyplaza #danieldriensky #filmset #jfk #stephenking #sixthfloormuseum
A photo posted by Daniel Driensky (@dd_danieldriensky) on
I’m looking forward to seeing what the cast wears for the movie! I am SUCH a fan of clothing from this period. I used to dig for hours in thrift stores just to find the perfect dress.
I wanna be a movie extra! #dealyplaza #whereisjamesfranco #JFKminiseries11 A photo posted by Nan Jiang (@april_nan_jiang) on
A photo posted by Cary Lyn (@hippiehickchick) on
Filming 11.22.63 • If I could go back in time, the 50s and 60s is definitely a time I’d like to see • #vsco #socality #socalitydallas #instadfw #classiccar #jfkminiseries #thatsdarling #liveauthentic #livefolk #dallas #dealyplaza #jfkmemorial #112263 #downtowndallas #scoutdallas #exploredallas #vscocam A photo posted by Leslie Kay K (@leslie_kayk) on
@texmexrafa got a couple more angle shots of the presidential looking automobile.
A photo posted by Rafael Villegas (@texmexrafa) on
So glad I wasn’t actually there during filming, if I would have heard a gun shot – I would have flipped. Watch this creepy clip:
And of course here is a Dallas PD car! You know how the department auctions off old cars? I would take this one. Then turn on the lights when traffic is too thick!
A photo posted by K A (@kakers) on
Have you ever been on set of a historical movie being shot? Or stuck in traffic while they were shooting a film? I’m enjoy history and since I had just heard about the JFK memorial last week these instagrams came at a great time for me to review the entire historical event.