Hallmark Movie Being Filmed At The Jersey Shore

There have been rumoring going around for the past few weeks that a movie would be filming somewhere at the Jersey Shore.

Hallmark Movie scouts were reportedly seen going around Longport and Ocean City. This past weekend confirmed all the rumors as crews started showing up around town and advertisements for movie extras started to pop up.

Hallmark Movie Being Filmed At The Jersey Shore

Hallmark Movie Being Filmed At The Jersey Shore

The movie, which is going to be titled, “So Fly Christmas,” is a romantic comedy being produced by Worldwide Entertainment and Media.

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By the looks of things, crews started filming in Longport before making their way to downtown Ocean City.

The Mayor of Longport gave some details of the filming by saying that “Please know that we are working in close cooperation with the Town of Longport and the Longport Police Department. We consider ourselves guests in your neighborhood and will do what we can to minimize the impact of our production’s presence.”

At that time crews were filming at a house on the corner of Colgate and Ventnor Avenues.

Residents living on Ventnor Avenue between 32nd and 36th streets, 34th Street stretching from Ventnor to Pacific Avenues, and S. Colgate Avenue spanning between Ventnor and Pacific Avenues were notified via letter that a crew would be utilizing the area as a staging area and parking spot.

According to a post made by Jeff Swanson on the Ocean City Facebook page, “Ocean City, NJ 08260” the production was filming to Ocean City on Tuesday.

The post mentioned that Christmas decorations were being set up along 10th and Asbury and added that an individual in the vicinity had informed him that they would be seeking extras at 10 a.m. the next day.

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On Tuesday the Grassroots Music Store announced on Instagram that “Paramount/BET shooting a Christmas movie at Grassroots Music Store.” They also provided some images of them filming inside the shop.

MaryBeth Robertson-Quinlan also posted in the Facebook group a ton of photos and videos.

There are no details just yet when this movie will air, but you know all of South Jersey will be watching!

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