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Setting Up Shop for a Double Dip

By Eric Richardson
Published: Saturday, September 15, 2007, at 02:05PM
Miller Lite Commercial Eric Richardson [Flickr]

Several blocks around Spring street and 7th are closed today and tomorrow as MJZ Productions shoots a Miller Lite commercial. It's a standoff between the Budweiser horses and a Miller Lite truck.

After wrapping the Miller spot tomorrow evening, MJZ will be sticking around for two more days as they shoot a commercial for Guitar Hero 3 at 639 S. Spring. The block will lose parking on both sides after being completely shut off two two days.

Letting a production company take adavantage of the same block for two back to back projects seems a little ridiculous in my book. There is such a thing as letting a location rest between shoots, though it does seem the City or Film LA have any real concept of it.

At left, a shot of the "Budweiser" horses by Ed Fuentes. Right, backed up traffic on Broadway passes the 7th street closure.

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