Julia Stiles Movie, 'The Makeover,' Shooting in Somerville
The TV movie was scheduled to shoot at a house on Hudson Street Thursday and Friday.
Julia Stiles has been shooting her made-for TV movie, "The Makeover" throughout Boston this month, and now her project has landed in Somerville.
Crews were scheduled to shoot at "inside locations" on Hudson Street Thursday and Friday, according to an announcement the city sent to neighbors.
One neighbor who observed the film crew's set-up said filming will take place at a house near the intersection of Lowell Street. Indeed, the Somerville Board of Aldermen Thursday approved an event permit for the shoot, somewhat retroactively, for 73 Hudson St. and nearby at 20 Vernon St.
There was no word, as of Thursday morning, on whether Stiles would be in Somerville for the shoot.
In "The Makeover," a comedy, Stiles plays "a driven, Harvard-educated professor who runs for Congress," according to IMDb.
Crews have been filming in neighborhoods such as Charlestown and the South End for much of September.
Thomas Champion, a city spokesperson, said "The Makeover" producers have not scheduled any other shooting locations in Somerville—at least not at the moment.