Arts & Culture

Mr. Robot (Maybe), The Last OG & More Filming This Week In Brooklyn

(Photo by Liena Zagare/BKLYNER)

We spotted a ‘Norwich Follies’ sign in Kensington/Ditmas Park — again — which very well may be code for Mr. Robot, according to the Twitter-sphere.

So if you want to take a peek and see for yourself, head out to Coney Island Avenue between Foster and Ditmas Avenues or along Newkirk Avenue past Argyle Road to spot the film crews.

They’ll be filming on Tuesday, July 19, according to signs. But don’t bring your car, since parking will be restricted on those blocks starting Monday night at 10pm.

“The Kindergarten Teacher” in Ditmas Park

(Photo by Liena Zagare/BKLYNER)

This indie film, about a teacher who aspires to have more creativity in her life, is shooting at the P.S. 139 playground on Rugby Road — Thursday, July 13, Friday, July 14, Sunday, July 16, and Wednesday, July 19.

Crew members have asked neighbors to keep the noise down during filming, but also say they’re open to feedback and want to minimize disruption.

Check out our complete list of shows and movies filmed in picturesque Ditmas Park.

The Last O.G. in Park Slope

This comedy is certainly getting around northern Brooklyn, this time starring Park Slope as the “newly gentrified Brooklyn neighborhood” the star returns to after a stint in prison.

(Also featuring Tracy Morgan and Cedric the Entertainer, and created by Jordan Peele and John Carcieri)

They filmed on 5th Avenue near 3rd Street this past Wednesday — Did anyone catch any good photos? Send them in at [email protected] and we’ll publish them to the site!

Also, let us know what else you’ve seen filming around your neighborhood!

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  1. I hope someone is reminding the film crews to make a nice donation to the local neighborhood association (or FDC, or CAMBA?).


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