Film festival season is in full swing once again. While Venice greets stars on the red carpet, half a world away in Telluride, Colorado, they’re gearing up for the start of their 40th year of showcasing great movies.
One of our readers, James, was kind enough to send us these exclusive shots of downtown Granger, TX which is being transformed into a set for The Coen Brother’s True Grit. The movie, which stars Matt Damon, is currently filming in New Mexico but will make the move to Granger next week where it will continue filming for the next four weeks.
The latest Coen Brothers’ film, True Grit, has been filming in New Mexico for about a month, but now the production is getting ready to make a company move to Texas.
One of our tipsters, James, sent us the following info:
[The True Grit set] is being built in downtown Granger, Texas. [They have been] building the set there for the past 3 weeks and from what I know they are turning Granger into Fort Smith, Arkansas. The Granger National Bank name is changing and the doors will mark the front of a sheriff’s office and a lawyer’s office. They will be filming in Texas from 4/23/2010 through 5/26/2010.