The Richmond District blog says that beginning at around 11 a.m. the WASP (Woody Allen summer project) will be filming at Gaspare’s Pizza House & Italian Restaurant at 5546 Geary Ave., between 19th and 20th avenues. Film crews have started setting up, according to a local resident on Twitter.
As Jon Brooks wrote yesterday, we have been devoting the full resources of KQED News to
stalking tracking Woody Allen. Our publicradiazzi have already spotted him at 20th and Lexington and 14th and South Van Ness. He’s also been seen filming at 24th and Florida and Post and Grant.
And we’re not the only ones having fun with the acclaimed director’s visit to our city.
Woody Allen is filming in SF today. Very cool
— David Eisen (@sfdavide) August 23, 2012
Filming a scene from Woody Allen's new movie-in front of my apt! @ Gaspare's Pizza http://t.co/ySonODLi
— Ken Yeung (@thekenyeung) August 23, 2012
Literally the entire staff just went to Blowfish to try and meet Woody Allen. We missed him by two hours. #falsesources
— Chad Heimann (@chadsalty) August 22, 2012
My fiance just made eye contact with the only man she would leave me for.. Woody Allen
— Danny Bloomfield (@dannybloomfield) August 22, 2012
Although not everyone is so starry-eyed:
Ps we get it Woody Allen is in San Francisco get over it.
— ❁ THE TAMBO RAYS ❁ (@THETAMBORAYS) August 22, 2012
What do you think of the hullabaloo surrounding Woody Allen in San Francisco? If you’ve met or seen the director while he’s been here, we want to hear from you. Call 415-553-8455 and KQED’s Joshua Johnson will give you instructions on how to share your story in a voicemail message. You can also Tweet your comments and photos to us @KQEDnews.
Here are some of the best photos we’ve seen around Twitter so far, including a shot of Allen and his wife, Soon-Yi Previn, in Russian Hill.