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Vince Vaughn filming TV pilot on Wilson Avenue in Chicago's Uptown!

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Vince Vaughn is filming a currently unknown TV pilot in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, according to Uptown Update:

Vince Vaughn Filming TV Pilot on Wilson Avenue in Chicago's Uptown

I asked the questions you guys want to know! They’re doing a shooting for a television pilot. Seems as though the big “V” was here a few days before scoping out the place.

I asked what kind of show and they couldn’t give me details, but the guy who had the ladder and removed my sign told me “it’s supposed to look shitty in the picture”. Wow. That’s a blow. So, they use Wilson Avenue for that purpose? Hmmmm… Anyway, [Vince Vaughn and] the guys are here until Friday (March 12, 2010) shooting.

Vince Vaughn Filming TV Pilot on Wilson Avenue in Chicago's Uptown

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