where was weekend at bernies filmed

Weekend at Bernie's · Weekend at Bernie's My new BF had never seen Weekend at Bernies. is the most clever and witty film ever - it's not. In order not to become suspects of murder they treat the body as a puppet and make people believe he's still alive. The killer wants to do his job so when he is. The DV reported that director Kotcheff had a preference for the title Weekend at Bernie's. A "successful" sneak preview of the film was held in.
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1. Plot

Larry Wilson Andrew McCarthy and Richard Parker Jonathan Silverman are at a Manhattan morgue where they see their deceased CEO Bernie Lomax Terry Kiser. Larry falsely claims Bernie as his uncle, so he can get some of Bernies possessions including Bernies credit card. At the insurance company, Larry and Richard are quizzed by their boss and Arthur Hummel Barry Bostwick, the companys internal investigator, who ask the two if they have the US$2 million that Bernie embezzled. They deny knowing where the money is, but their boss believes theyre lying and fires them. He also sends Hummel after them, giving him two weeks to prove their guilt.

Over dinner paid for with Bernies credit card, in one of its many uses, Larry tells Richard he found a key to a safe deposit box in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, and asks Richard if he will use the computer at work to see if the $2 million is in Bernies account. At first Richard refuses but ultimately gives in.

Meanwhile, in the Virgin Islands, a voodoo queen named Mobu Novella Nelson is hired by mobsters to find the money Bernie stole. She sends two servants - Henry Steve James and Charles Tom Wright - to go to New York, get Bernies body, use a voodoo ceremony to reanimate him, and bring him back to her so he can lead her to the money. Their attempts to bring Bernie back are plagued by accidents. They prepare in a bathroom at a sleazy porno theater for the voodoo ceremony, but having lost the sacrificial chicken, they use a pigeon instead. This limits Bernies ability to walk toward the hidden money: he only moves when he hears music. At the 42nd Street–Grand Central subway station, Henry and Charles soon abandon him to chase a man who stole their boombox.

Later that night, Larry and Richard sneak into their office building to check Bernies account, only to find that Bernie is the only one that can open it. They are soon arrested by the police for breaking and entering. After their release, they find Bernie whom they believe is still dead, stuff him into a suitcase, bring him with them to the Virgin Islands, and put him into a small refrigerator in their hotel room. Unbeknownst to the two, Hummel is following them to recover the embezzled money. The guys successfully use Bernie to open his safety deposit box but they only find a map. Meanwhile, Larry befriends a lovely native girl named Claudia Troy Beyer, and gives her the map. Later, he and Richard are captured by Henry and Charles, who take them to Mobu. With one of the mobsters holding a gun to his head, she forces Richard to drink a poisonous concoction and tells them they must find the money by sundown to get the antidote.

When Larry, Richard, and Claudia are reunited, they are shocked to discover that Bernie is moving and realize he is leading them towards the money. To keep him moving, they put headphones on his head. As Bernie finds a large chest underwater, Larry accidentally shoots him in the head with an underwater speargun, destroying the headphones. They attempt to bring Bernie back to the surface but he will not let go of the chest, which is too heavy to hoist out of the water. They end up attaching Bernie to a horse carriage with music playing. It seems to work at first, but when they go downhill, the carriage goes out of control. Eventually, the carriage ends up at Mobus compound. Bernie hits a large tree branch and spins himself into a somersault before knocking out Mobu. The crash also causes Bernie to drop the chest on the ground and it breaks open. Larry tries to scoop up the money but is caught by Hummel now slightly unhinged upon seeing the undead Bernie walk and he relinquishes the money to him. With Mobu out of commission, Claudias father, a medical doctor, says that he can cure Richard if he can get the blood of a virgin which Larry confesses he can provide. The mobsters and Mobu are arrested, and Bernie is last seen leading Henry and Charles, who have been transformed into goats by voodoo, in a carnival parade.

Larry confesses to Richard that he returned the $2 million to the insurance company, but only after learning Bernie actually stole $3 million. Larry and Richard use some of the remaining million to purchase a yacht crewed by attractive women.

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    DubPack wrote:
    statwolf81 wrote:

    Didn't they film most of the original Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles in Wilmington?  At least I think the sewer scenes.

    Outsideof a few scenes shot in NYC, the original and sequel (Secret of the Ooze) were shot in Wilmington.  Screen Gems (called something else back then) used to have a backlot where they would shoot scenes "in NYC".  The only thing they shot on location in Wilmington was the farmhouse, but I've never been able to figure out where that was

    I can ask my friend's Dad.  He worked on TMNT.  I remember going to the screen gems studio in college (99ish) and seeing the backlot setup (still) with several buildings (mainly the big concrete one) from TMNT.  It was interesting to go visit his Dad on set.  I remember going onto the set of domestic disturbance in downtown and watching them rig up a dodge ram for in car shots. Later on Steve Buscemi, Vince Vaughn and Travolta got in a fight at the Barbery Coast downtown.  IIRC Travolta (or maybe Vaughn) got a bad cut on their head and filming was shut down for a month plus as he had to fly back to LA to get plastic surgery. 

    My friend now works in themovie business as well, or at least what is left of it in NC. He worked on surface, under the dome, east bound, homeland, and several more.  A few movies as well, but mainly just B movies.  He has some crazy stories about partying with Stephanie from full house, Pee Wee Herman, and how f-ing crazy Gary Busey really is.

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    jagerpack wrote:
    DubPack wrote:
    statwolf81 wrote:

    Didn't they film most of the original Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles in Wilmington?  At least I think the sewer scenes.

    Outside of a few scenes shot in NYC, the original and sequel (Secret of the Ooze) were shot in Wilmington.  Screen Gems (called something else back then) used to have a backlot where they would shoot scenes "in NYC".  The only thing they shot on location in Wilmington was the farmhouse, but I've never been able to figure out where that was

    I can ask my friend's Dad.  He worked on TMNT.  I remember going to the screen gems studio in college (99ish) and seeing the backlot setup (still) with several buildings (mainly the big concrete one) from TMNT.  It was interesting to go visit his Dad on set.  I remember going onto the set of domestic disturbance in downtown and watching them rig up a dodge ram for in car shots. Later on Steve Buscemi, Vince Vaughn and Travolta got in a fight at the Barbery Coast downtown.  IIRC Travolta (or maybe Vaughn) got a bad cut on their head and filming was shut down for a month plus as he had to fly back to LA to get plastic surgery. 

    My friend now works in the movie business as well, or at least what is left of it in NC. He worked on surface, under the dome, east bound, homeland, and several more.  A few movies as well, but mainly just B movies.  He has some crazy stories about partying with Stephanie from full house, Pee Wee Herman, and how f-ing crazy Gary Busey really is.

    Jager, pretty cool being able to see the workings behind the camera.  IIRC, Buscemiand Vaughn got in the fight at Firebelly's and Buscemi had to fly back to get the surgery; Travolta wasn't there.  At least that's the story....
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    5452wolf wrote: The nursing home in The Green Mile is the flat top house at Moses Cone park on the Parkway.

    no ****,  i never noticed that.  

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    Young Indiana Jones tv show in 1990's filmed in sampson and bladen counties around the family farmlands. Old Navy and GAP commercials a few times as well.

    Inkwell mentioned earlier, they filmed a lot at fort fisher and kure beach as well. My bro and i are in some poorly editted shots fishing and sailing and he almost ran over ODog in the truck as we drove through the set/sand dunes leaving. I was a big fan of menace to society movie and was surprise to see him splayed across the hood.

    Alsothe butchers wife and weekend at bernies were filming on bald head during stays on the island. Demi moore with blonde hair was a thing of beauty to my teenage eyes. Couldnt figure out what bernies was supposed to be about until movie. Bernie was not deadin real life and we werent close enough to hear the dialog. Just thought he was supposed to be wasted drunk.

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    DubPack wrote:
    jagerpack wrote:
    DubPack wrote:
    statwolf81 wrote:

    Didn't they film most of the original Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles in Wilmington?  At least I think the sewer scenes.

    Outside of a few scenes shot in NYC, the original and sequel (Secret of the Ooze) were shot in Wilmington.  Screen Gems (called something else back then) used to have a backlot where they would shoot scenes "in NYC".  The only thing they shot on location in Wilmington was the farmhouse, but I've never been able to figure out where that was

    I can ask my friend's Dad.  He worked on TMNT.  I remember going to the screen gems studio in college (99ish) and seeing the backlot setup (still) with several buildings (mainly the big concrete one) from TMNT.  It was interesting to go visit his Dad on set.  I remember going onto the set of domestic disturbance in downtown and watching them rig up a dodge ram for in car shots. Later on Steve Buscemi, Vince Vaughn and Travolta got in a fight at the Barbery Coast downtown.  IIRC Travolta (or maybe Vaughn) got a bad cut on their head and filming was shutdown for a month plus as he had to fly back to LA to get plastic surgery. 

    My friend now works in the movie business as well, or at least what is left of it in NC. He worked on surface, under the dome, east bound, homeland, and several more.  A fewmovies as well, but mainly just B movies.  He has some crazy stories about partying with Stephanie from full house, Pee Wee Herman, and how f-ing crazy Gary Busey really is.

    Jager, pretty cool being able to see the workings behind the camera.  IIRC, Buscemi and Vaughn got in the fight at Firebelly's and Buscemi had to fly back to get the surgery; Travolta wasn't there.  At least that's the story....
    I remember that too -stabbed in the neck.
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    All of the skydiving scenes in Iron Man 3 were shot over Oak Island in the late summer of 2012.  There was also some chick movie shot in Southport over the same summer with Fergie's husband in it.  Had a couple of drinks with Fergie and her assistantthat summer as they stayed in a condo on Oak Island for a couple of months (July/August 2012, I believe).  Fergie is tiny, btw!

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    Sleeping with the Enemy. Wilmington, Wrightsville and Carolina Beaches. I remember going as extras so we could go to the fair.

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    Weekend at Bernie's.  House Party.  The TV show Revenge.  I Know What You Did Last Summer.  One Tree Hill.  All down near Southport and Wilmington.

    Unfortunately, that list will not be increasing quite as fast anymore.  Not saying that to be political, I just thought it was cool to have so many things being filmed here.

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    NewtonPulsifer wrote:

    This is a bit of a surprise, Wadesboro & Wilmington

    (Evil Dead II)   Boomstick! 

    http://www.bookofthedead.ws/website/evil_dead_2_locations.html

    yup, you beat me to it.  I was going to post :)

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    ncsuwolfcpa1 wrote:

    All of the skydiving scenes in Iron Man 3 were shot over Oak Island in the late summer of 2012.  There was also some chick movie shot in Southport over the same summer with Fergie's husband in it.  Had a couple of drinks with Fergie and her assistant that summer as they stayed in a condo on Oak Island for a couple of months (July/August 2012, I believe).  Fergie is tiny, btw!

    Safe Haven. Friends (business owners who interacted with them) and family said they were pretty good people.
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    Another gem filmed in Wilmington

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    Packsman wrote:
    ncsuwolfcpa1 wrote:

    All of the skydiving scenes in Iron Man 3 were shot over Oak Island in the late summer of 2012.  There was also some chick movie shot in Southport over the same summer with Fergie's husband in it.  Had a couple of drinks with Fergie and her assistant that summer as they stayed in a condo on Oak Island for a couple of months (July/August 2012, I believe).  Fergie is tiny, btw!

    Safe Haven. Friends (business owners who interacted with them) and family said they were pretty good people.

    Julianna Hough was out on OKI quite a bit that summer too.  She would rock the bikini while Fergie would only wear tight, revealing clothing while jogging on the beach or out in the local dive bars.

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    Winter People was filmed at Plumtree in Avery County.  Starred Kurt Russell, Kelly McGillis and Lloyd Bridges.

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    packmba09 wrote: Quite a few scenes from "The Inkwell" were filmed in Swansboro.  I was there one day during filming.  I have a picture with a young Jada Pinkett somewhere in my house.
    Being from Richlands a friend or two of mine I was in high school with were extras and one got in the movie.

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    MaxHeadroom wrote: UT dorm porn was filmed in University Towers!!111

    Probably the most watched movie in my movie collection.

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    - About every Nicholas Sparks movie has been filmed in Eastern NC it seems. Definitely based in NC throughout the books.

    - The Longest Ride: The rodeo scene was filmed right off of Gum Branch Road outside of Richlands. They had a few other scenes shot around the area.

    - The rain out game in Bull Durham was filmed at Fleming Stadium in Wilson. The Wilson Tobs still play summer league ball there today and it's a great time. AKA beer garden...or when I was going to the games they had it.

    - The Crow: Wilmington (I'm sure it's been mentioned already)

    - The Hunger Games: Wilmington

    - Iron Man 3: They filmed at SAS, however they were originally going to film at the old GSK building off of 147. However, my wife's company had recently purchased that facility for a new phase rollout and they couldn't come to an agreement. That's how they ended up at SAS. But the original intent was to film here @ the GSK building because it looked "Stark-ish".

    This new phase is about to be part of the initiative to grow lungs in pigs that can be transplanted to humans while not hurting the pigs.

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    bpcox5 wrote: - About every Nicholas Sparks movie has been filmed in Eastern NC it seems. Definitely based in NC throughout the books.




    Charleston area too. Never saw any of the movies, but I do know where the house in "The Notebook" is at.....another one was filmed in Folly Beach I think

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    DubPack wrote: Another gem filmed in Wilmington


    My favorite line from that movie:

    "You should not drink... and bake."
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    302ASullivan wrote:

    Weekend at Bernie's.  House Party.  The TV show Revenge.  I Know What You Did Last Summer.  One Tree Hill.  All down near Southport and Wilmington.

    Unfortunately, that list will not be increasing quite as fast anymore.  Not saying that to be political, I just thought it was cool to have so many things being filmed here.

    Truth hurts no matter which side of the aisle you are on. I believe it will be hard to get these studios back from ATL since they have a major international airport there.
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    bpcox5 wrote:

    - The Hunger Games: Wilmington



    The Hunger Games were filmed in WNC, not Wilmington.

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    I saw Bull Durham mentioned, but not Mitch's Tavern.

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    Also, Blue Velvet. New Hanover high and other locations. Friends went out to the high school to be extras.

    http://www.themoviedistrict.com/blue-velvet/

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    Anyone know the location or the  beach bar/grill in Iron Man 3 when he has a panic attack?

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    Gracieagain wrote:

    Also, Blue Velvet. New Hanover high and other locations. Friends went out to the high school to be extras.

    http://www.themoviedistrict.com/blue-velvet/

    they were filming something at NHHS about a month ago, have no idea what though!
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    --- SuperApe wrote:

    Anyone know the location or the  beach bar/grill in Iron Man 3 when he has a panic attack?

    ---------------------------------------------

    Have been wondering this too. They did lots of filming in Miami so it could be Miami Beach but looks more Wilmington.

    The Rose Hill TN scenes were filmed in downtown Rose Hill NC. And the beauty pageant scenes where Tony has the cowboy hat on, and Stan Lee cameos, were filmed in Kenansville.

    BTW someone mentioned The Avengers were filmed in Raleigh and Wilmington which is way wrong. The scenes meant to evoke New York were filmed in downtown Cleveland I think. That movie was primarily filmed in Ohio. Most new Marvel movies are now being filmed in Georgia due to incentives or over in the UK.

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Prime Video.

Is Weekend at Bernies on Hulu?

*Watch Weekend at Bernie’s on Hulu either streaming online or on your favorite device. HBO Max now has Weekend at Bernie’s streaming with a subscription.

Who is streaming Weekend at Bernies?

Weekend at Bernie’s ( 1989 ) on Netflix Two losers try to pretend that their assassinated employer is really alive, leading the hitman to attempt to track him down to finish him off.

Is Weekend at Bernie’s on Amazon Prime?

Is Weekend at Bernie’s on Hulu?

What is Weekend at Bernie’s rated?

PG-13

Does Hulu have Weekend at Bernies?

You can use the Netflix app on your phone, computer, SmartTV or whatever other way you access Netflix to watch Weekend at Bernie’s streaming online. Actual: Can’t find Weekend at Bernie’s on Hulu? Open either HBO, HBO Go or HBO Now to watch Weekend at Bernie’s streaming online or on your device of preference.

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What song does Bernie dance to in Weekend at Bernies?

Movin’ Like Bernie

Was Bernie real in Weekend at Bernies?

A stunt double was hired to play Bernie Lomax in the scenes that were too dangerous for actor Terry Kiser, and they suffered a number of broken ribs whilst shooting the film. The injuries mainly occurred during the scene where Bernie bumps into metal obstacles whilst being dragged along the surface of the sea.

How much money did Weekend at Bernie’s make?

The film grossed US$30 million at the box office, and was profitable on home video.

Where is the beach house in Weekend at Bernie’s?

Fort Fisher Recreation Area

Is there a Weekend at Bernie’s 3?

6. There have been occasional plans to make a Weekend at Bernie’s III. Sadly, none of them have materialized so far.

What beach was Weekend at Bernie’s filmed?

Andrew McCarthy, Jonathan Silverman, and Catherine Mary Stewart star in Weekend at Bernie’s, which was filmed throughout North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Filmed In: Bald Head Island, Harnett, Kure Beach, Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.

Where is Bernie Lomax House?

And that the beach house of Bernie Lomax, the corrupt insurance CEO of the title, was actually built for the shoot in North Carolina, near a state park on Bald Head Island, a golf cart-based village south of Wilmington, and that it was torn down after production ended.

How old is Terry Kiser?

81 years (August 1, 1939)

Who wrote Weekend at Bernies?

Robert Klane

How many Weekend at Bernies are there?

Weekend at Bernie’s1989

How long is Weekend at Bernies?

1h 50m

What happens at the end of Weekend at Bernies?

The film ends with Bernie being loaded into an ambulance. However, his gurney rolls away and topples off the boardwalk, dumping him onto the beach right behind Richard, Larry and Gwen, who run away after noticing him.

Is Weekend at Bernie’s on Disney plus?

Disney+ has Weekend at Bernie’s streaming. The last time we checked, you can watch Weekend at Bernie’s on Disney Plus. You can now try Weekend at Bernie’s on Apple TV+ as an option.

Is Weekend at Bernies 2 on Netflix?

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Watch Weekend at Bernies

German Women Try To Pull Off Real Life Weekend At Bernies

You’ve seen Weekend at Bernies (but hopefully not Weekend at Bernie’s II). And as ridiculous as the premise is, you know you always wanted to try it. You’d love to get some string, a funky little hat, a pair of sunglasses and see if you could pass off a dead person as alive. You just never had a readily available corpse to work with. Well, a couple of German ladies, Gilla Jarant and Anka Anusic, gave it the old Studienplatz try. According to Blackbook, they tried to pass off their husband/step-father as “sleeping” while getting on a plane to Berlin.

Authorities noticed something amiss when the “disabled” guy, Curt Willi Jurant, was, oh what’s the word, oh yeah: dead. The two women tried to get Curt on the plane, claiming he needed assistance. They loaded him on an airport taxi in the attempt to get him seated on the plane. The airport worker immediately noticed something was wrong when the guy wasn’t breathing, couldn’t lift his head up, and acted a little too much like Gary Busey. Hadn’t these ladies seen the movie? What they should have done was tied their hands and legs to Curt and done a little funky dance down the tarmac while making him wave to passersby.

Not to make light of the dead (probably too late), but what is going through your head when you load a dead person on board a plane? Luckily no reggae music started playing; the old guy would have started dancing in the aisles.

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In the opening scene of “Fall Girls,” Paige (Amara La Negra) wakes up from an all-night bender in a swank hotel to find her “boss lady” (Joely Fisher) not breathing.

“This is NOT funny,” she says, freaking out.

And there’s your warning. This is NOT funny. There’s not a single laugh in 80 minutes of this “Weekend at Bernie’s” knock-off, a film without the caliber of cast, the writing, the tasteless daring or wit of that earlier comedy.

As in “Bernie’s,” there are people in a strange location — a swank San Francisco hotel that “boss lady” Simone (Fisher) has invited “my team” to for a farewell weekend. As in “Bernie’s,” something bad happens to the host — and it wasn’t an accident.

As in “Bernie’s,” the survivors, played here by La Negra, Erica Peeples, Erica Hubbard and Paris Phillips, have to pretend the dead person’s still alive, at least long enough to ensure they aren’t the ones blamed for the murder.

Simone was about to sell her company. That had all her “girls” sad, but not worried. But Paige was freshly-promoted, tech tyro Tyra (Hubbard) couldn’t sure of her status, snooty VP Lexy (Peeples) couldn’t be sure of her future, either.

Keke (Phillips)? She’s just Paige’s dead-weight, grammar-mangling sister-in-law. At least she’s in the clear.

“What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!”

“But we’re in SAN FRANCISCO!”

They consider no alternatives to the option of dressing up Simone in one of the other women’s wigs (every woman in this has a wig) and passing her off as still alive, still in charge, still taking meetings as they root out the real killer.

There’s zero suspense to that search, which is so badly handled as to be an afterthought. There’s no creativity to the Simone’s body out “living her life” stunts. Bringing in a couple of the women’s suspicious husbands adds nothing.

The villains, to a one, are colorless, and that’s not a crack about race.

Maybe the only gag worth noting is Keke’s choice of hoodie — “My GOD vs my enemies” is the slogan on it.

OK.

star

MPAA Rating: Unrated, adult subject matter, alcohol abuse, implied violence.

Cast: Amara La Negra, Joely Fisher, Erica Peeples, Erica Hubbard, Paris Phillips and Tami Roman

Credits: Written and directed by Chris Stokes.   A BET/Footage Films release.

Running time: 1:20

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Screenwriter Robert Klane was on a hot streak in 1989. After crafting stories for several television shows, most notably M*A*S*H, the writer had successfully transitioned to films.

National Lampoon’s European Vacation from 1985 gave him his first big screen hit, but it was a lesser-known movie, The Man With One Red Shoe, that connected Klane with producer Victor Drai. “I asked [Klane], ‘Do you have any other ideas?’” Drai recalled in a conversation with MEL magazine. “‘He said, ‘Yes, I have an idea, but nobody would ever buy it. It’s about two kids who drag a dead guy around Fire Island.’”

The producer’s interest was piqued. He initially pitched the idea to his partners at MGM, but was rebuffed. “If somebody pitched you an idea about two kids with a dead guy, you’d think they’re crazy,” Drai later admitted.

Still, he refused to let the quirky idea go. Instead, he reached out to a friend, director Ted Kotcheff, who had helmed such hits as Fun With Dick and Jane and Rambo: First Blood. “I loved [the idea] because it was so extreme,” Kotcheff wrote in his 2017 autobiography Directors Cut: My Life in Film. “I thought it was not only hilarious, but also dark and full of comedic and satirical possibilities.”

With Kotcheff agreeing to direct, Drai was able to secure the necessary financing for a $15 million budget. The strange corpse comedy was green-lit. Its initial title was Hot and Cold, but the world would eventually know the film as Weekend at Bernie's.

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The movie’s plot centered on Larry Wilson and Richard Parker, two twentysomething friends working low-level jobs at a New York City insurance company. High jinks ensue when their millionaire boss, Bernie Lomax, invites the guys to his beach house. When the duo finds the executive dead, they go to extreme lengths to convince everyone else he is still alive.

Jonathan Silverman and Jon Cryer were originally selected as the buddy duo. But, in a real-life plot twist, Andrew McCarthy, who had starred alongside Cryer in Pretty in Pink, ended up snagging the Weekend at Bernie’s role from his former costar. "They had us screen-test for both roles, so all we knew was that one of us would be playing [Richard] and the other would be playing [Larry],” Silverman recalled in a conversation with Entertainment Weekly, noting that Cryer was originally his partner. “I’m not sure what happened. Then it became me and Andrew.”

Watch a Scene From 'Weekend at Bernie's'

More difficult to cast was the role of boss-turned-dead-body Bernie. Terry Kiser, a veteran character actor, was invited to try out for the part  but initially had to pass on the audition while he recovered from a motorcycle accident. A month passed and the film still hadn't found its Bernie. Producers again contacted Kiser, who had recuperated and was now ready to come in.

The actor normally shaved before his auditions, but made distinctive grooming choice in this instance. “I’m just going to leave this mustache on,” Kiser recalled saying to himself. “I knew that these clean-faced young kids  —  with a guy with a mustache in a suit  —  was right. It just felt right at the time.”

The actor’s instinct proved correct.

“It was just his face  —  it was perfect,” Drai noted. “It was very important for us that Bernie have sunglasses on [when he’s dead] because we didn’t want to see the eyes moving. I had a pair of glasses I was wearing, and I said, ‘Please wear these.’ As soon as he put the glasses on his face, we knew he was Bernie.”

Watch a Scene From 'Weekend at Bernie's'

Kiser accepted the part, though he was hardly enthused about the script. “Well, this is a one-trick pony,” the actor remembered thinking when he first read the screenplay.

While some of the film’s early scenes were shot in New York, the majority of principal photography took place on the sun-kissed coast of Wilmington, N.C. While watching the playback of one scene, Kiser spotted a problem with his portrayal of dead Bernie: “I’m looking at the thing and I said, ‘No, it’s not funny. He’s just dead  —  it’s not funny-dead.’”

This realization concerned the actor because the majority of the film’s comedy was predicated on the audience’s ability to laugh at a corpse. If viewers couldn’t chuckle at the cadaver getting pulled behind a boat, washing up on shore or getting turned into a makeshift marionette, the movie would surely flop. Kiser had to find “funny-dead.”

Watch a Scene From 'Weekend at Bernie's'

Late that night while ruminating on his character, Kiser developed what he calls “the Bernie smirk.” “I was looking in the mirror,” the actor recalled. “I had to find something on my face that I could hold [in a funny way]. I experimented —  I could fall right into [that smirk] just by going, ‘Mmm, hmmm, mmm,’ and that smirk would come.”

Kiser tested his new “Bernie smirk” on set the next day. When the crew started cracking up, he knew he’d made the right choice. Even his co-stars recognized the subtle genius of this move. “Terry Kiser did something so clever,” Silverman recalled in a conversation with Entertainment Weekly. “He died with a smirk on his face, which let the audience love him.”

Watch a Scene From 'Weekend at Bernie's'

Confident that their star corpse was now funny, the cast and crew began improvising unique situations for Bernie. “A fair amount of it was made up,” McCarthy remarked while appearing on the Build Series YouTube channel. “There was nothing that was over the top,” the actor noted while pointing out one scene when Bernie was thrown off a balcony and another when he had a toupee stapled to his head. The physical comedy led to laughs, but also pain. Kiser broke several ribs while filming Weekend at Bernie’s.

Still, arguably the biggest test of taste was a scene in which a woman makes love to Bernie’s body, thinking the business executive is still alive. “Who the fuck is going to find this funny?” Silverman asked himself after reading the necrophilic scene. “But people did. And they found it endearing.”

Watch a Scene From 'Weekend at Bernie's'

Test audiences responded so positively to early screenings of the movie that its distributor, 20th Century Fox, decided to move Weekend at Bernie’s release date to July 5, 1989. Doing so put the film against one of the summer’s most anticipated blockbusters, Lethal Weapon 2. The studio believed the comedy would provide a laugh-filled second option for those not interested in the Mel Gibson action sequel.

“I wanted to kill them,” Drai admitted later, still upset about Fox's decision to move the release date. “We think we have a $100 million movie  —  we’re sure we have a big hit. Well, those dumbbells at Fox decide, ‘Okay, we’re going to counter-program.’”

Weekend at Bernie’s placed eighth at the box office its opening weekend, earning $4.5 million. Gene Siskel called the film “a preposterous, unfunny comedy,” while his At the Movies partner Roger Ebert said the movie’s concept “was a bad idea and it didn’t work.” Not every critic was quite as harsh. The Hollywood Reporter called Weekend at Bernie’s a ”good old, knock-down slapstick with just the right dose of cruelty thrown in.”

Watch Siskel & Ebert Review 'Weekend at Bernie's'

Positive word of mouth helped the film maintain solid returns the next few weeks at the box office. The movie would eventually haul in more than $30 million domestically, more than doubling its budget.

If the Weekend at Bernie's story ended there, it would still be an impressive tale. But the movie about two guys and their dead boss has somehow achieved a pop-culture longevity that even those involved in its creation couldn’t have dreamed of.

Family Guy, Friends and How I Met Your Mother are just some of the TV shows to dedicate plots and jokes to Weekend at Bernie’s. The film’s sequel, though a commercial disappointment, spawned a viral dance craze. Even presidential candidate Bernie Sanders capitalized on the name, creating fundraisers dubbed “Weekend at Bernie’s.”

“That movie was completely stupid and fantastic,” McCarthy confessed during a 2017 interview with the AV Club. “It’s the stupidest movie. I love it.”

Silverman echoed similar thoughts when interviewed by Larry King. “I’m thrilled and shocked and confused that this little movie that we made years ago has turned into a cult [hit]," he said. "When we made it, I was lucky just to have the job. I had no idea people would find it amusing. It’s about a guy who dies on page 20 and we drag him around the Hamptons for the rest of the weekend. But it made people laugh.”

 

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In the opening scene of “Fall Girls,” Paige (Amara La Negra) wakes up from an all-night bender in a swank hotel to find her “boss lady” (Joely Fisher) not breathing.

“This is NOT funny,” she says, freaking out.

And there’s your warning. This is NOT funny. There’s not a single laugh in 80 minutes of this “Weekend at Bernie’s” knock-off, a film without the caliber of cast, the writing, the tasteless daring or wit of that earlier comedy.

As in “Bernie’s,” there are people in a strange location — a swank San Francisco hotel that “boss lady” Simone (Fisher) has invited “my team” to for a farewell weekend. As in “Bernie’s,” something bad happens to the host — and it wasn’t an accident.

As in “Bernie’s,” the survivors, played here by La Negra, Erica Peeples, Erica Hubbard and Paris Phillips, have to pretend the dead person’s still alive, at least long enough to ensure they aren’t the ones blamed for the murder.

Simone was about to sell her company. That had all her “girls” sad, but not worried. But Paige was freshly-promoted, tech tyro Tyra (Hubbard) couldn’t sure of her status, snooty VP Lexy (Peeples) couldn’t be sure of her future, either.

Keke (Phillips)? She’s just Paige’s dead-weight, grammar-mangling sister-in-law. At least she’s in the clear.

“What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!”

“But we’re in SAN FRANCISCO!”

They consider no alternatives to the option of dressing up Simone in one of the other women’s wigs (every woman in this has a wig) and passing her off as still alive, still in charge, still taking meetings as they root out the real killer.

There’s zero suspense to that search, which is so badly handled as to be an afterthought. There’s no creativity to the Simone’s body out “living her life” stunts. Bringing in a couple of the women’s suspicious husbands adds nothing.

The villains, to a one, are colorless, and that’s not a crack about race.

Maybe the only gag worth noting is Keke’s choice of hoodie — “My GOD vs my enemies” is the slogan on it.

OK.

star

MPAA Rating: Unrated, adult subject matter, alcohol abuse, implied violence.

Cast: Amara La Negra, Joely Fisher, Where was weekend at bernies filmed Peeples, Erica Hubbard, Paris Phillips and Tami Roman

Credits: Written and directed by Chris Stokes.   A BET/Footage Films release.

Running time: 1:20

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11 legendary movie characters that made Wilmington a film destination


With Wilmington-shot horror film "Halloween Kills" set to come out on Oct. 15, Jamie Lee Curtis' character Laurie Strode — not to mention "Halloween" villain Michael Myers — will enter the annals of memorable movie characters from films made in the Port City. (We don't count Jamie Lee's decidedly unmemorable turn in the insipid, Wilmington-shot thriller "Virus" from 1999.)

Of course, with Wilmington's film industry dating back to the middle 1980s, lots of other indelible characters have been created here as well. Here are 11.

More: See the blood-soaked new trailer for Wilmington-shot horror film 'Halloween Kills'

Frank Booth, played by Dennis Hopper in 'Blue Velvet,' 1986

For a lot of people, myself included, this list could begin and end with Hopper's unforgettable portrayal of the violently deranged, drug-huffing villain Frank Booth. This is just peak Hopper. How he didn't get a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the Oscars I'll never know.

Hollywood icons: 6 Wilmington-area sites defined by film appearances

Key quote: where was weekend at bernies filmed wants blue velvet."

Charlie McGee, played by Drew Barrymore in 'Firestarter,' 1984 

OK, so "Firestarter" wasn't the, how do you say, best movie ever made in Wilmington, but it will always have the distinction of being the first, as well as the one that kick-started the local film industry.

As bad as the Stephen King schlockfest "Firestarter" was — and it hasn't aged well, either — 8-year-old Drew Barrymore's relatively restrained performance as the pyrokinetic wunderkind Charlie McGee holds up pretty darn well against against the comparatively hammy work of much more seasoned actors like David Keith (fresh off "An Officer and a Gentleman"), Martin Sheen, George C. Scott, Art Carney (Ed Norton from "The Honeymooners"), Louise Fletcher (paging Nurse Ratched), and where was weekend at bernies filmed, god help us all, Heather Locklear.

Key quote: "I made Mommy scream."

Tony Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr. in 'Iron Man 3,' 2013 

OK, so Downey played Tony Stark, the wise-cracking inventor who created the Iron Man superhero, several times before he came to Wilmington for the third installment of the Marvel saga. And yet Downey is so good there's no way you can keep him off this list, especially with the iconic scene of him clambering around on the giant cranes down at the port of Wilmington. Downey's Tony Stark belongs to everyone, but we'll go ahead and claim him in "Iron Man 3."

Key quote:  "I am Iron Man."

Tammy, played by Melissa McCarthy in 'Tammy,' 2014 

McCarthy shares the screen with some heavy-hitting actresses in this raunchy comedy, including Kathy Bates and Susan Sarandon. But it's McCarthy who steals scenes in the title role as a not-too-bright woman at the end of her rope who takes a cross-country road trip with her mom (Sarandon) after she gets fired from her fast-food job and finds out her husband is cheating on her.

Photo gallery: 64 Hollywood stars of Wilmington film

She's funnier in "Bridesmaids," and does better character work in "Can You Ever Forgive Where was weekend at bernies filmed But even mediocre McCarthy is better than we get from most actors.

Key quote: "It's not a badge. It's a name tag, and you made me buy it with my own money."

Eric Draven, played by Brandon Lee in 'The Crow,' 1994 

This movie went down in infamy after Lee, the son of martial arts legend Bruce Lee, died in an on-set accident during filming. But Lee's performance as Eric Draven (get it? Eric "D" raven), a man who comes back to life to avenge his own murder and that of his fiancée, is strong, and nothing short of iconic given the circumstances. If things had happened differently, it might've even been career-making.

Key quote: "I want you to tell me a story."

Laura Burney, played by Julia Roberts in 'Sleeping with the Enemy,' 1991 

Thanks to endless re-runs on cable TV, "Sleeping with the Enemy" might be the most-seen movie ever made in Wilmington.

More: Movie brought Julia Roberts - and one heck of a house - to Wrightsville Beach

It's a serviceable thriller, too, with a fresh-off-"Pretty Woman" Roberts in her usual fine form as a woman who fakes her own death to get away from her crazy ex (a chilling Patrick Bergin), who of course uncovers the ruse and is determined to stalk her and kill her. One of the movies that made Roberts a household name, and deservedly so.

Key quote: "I had a husband. He hurt me."

Bernie Lomax, played by Terry Kiser in 'Weekend at Bernie's,' 1989 

Ironically, Kiser's performance as a dead man is actually more lifelike than those of Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman, who play two poor schlubs who drag their mob-murdered boss around for a weekend of partying. Hilarity ensues, mainly because of Kiser, who makes playing dead feel very much alive.

More: Where in the area was "Weekend at Bernie's" filmed?

Key quote: "Ow! Gee, what was ."

Babe Magrath, played by Sissy Spacek in 'Crimes of the Heart,' 1986 

Spacek won a Golden Globe for her performance in the film adaptation of Beth Henley's Southern-fried play about a family of very different sisters, and she got a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination as well. Spacek plays Babe, a woman who shoots her husband for reasons we gradually come to understand. Spacek's deeply troubled Babe couldn't be more different from her meek, timid Carrie White (in "Carrie") or her garrulous, magnetic Loretta Lynn (in "Coal Miner's Daughter"), but then her range is what makes her a great actress.

Key quote: "It's old Granddaddy. He's in a coma."

August Boatwright, played by Queen Latifah in 'The Secret Life of Bees,' 2008

Widely known as a rapper, aka The First Lady of Hip-Hop, here Latifah shows her abilities as an actor. She plays August Boatwright, a wise, strong and sensitive woman who, believably in Latifah's hands, has found success as a businesswoman in the oppressive South.

More: WilmOnFilm Flashback — "Secret Life of Bees"

She takes a runaway white girl (Dakota Fanning) under her wing, and teaches her not to be afraid any longer.

Key quote: "Send the bees love. Every little thing wants to be loved."

Bubba Hendershot, played by Pat Hingle in 'Maximum Overdrive,' 1986 

There aren't many American character actors who were better than the late Hingle, who had a huge career on Broadway before he fell down an elevator shaft (!), lost a finger (!!), broke both legs (!!!) and almost died in 1959. If you don't believe, me, just check him out in "Splendor in the Grass," in which he plays the father of Warren Beatty, who in real life was only about 12 years younger than Hingle.

More: WilmOnFilm Flashback -- "Maximum Overdrive"

Anyhoo, Hingle also played Commissioner Gordon in Tim Burton's "Batman" movies and appeared in a million other roles. But other than an amusing intro in which a bunch of machines come to life and murder people in entertaining ways, Hingle might be the only reason to watch "Maximum Overdrive," a simultaneously over- and underdone piece of schlock from writer Stephen King, who also directed.

Hingle plays, with relish, the folksy (human) villain of the story, a dishonest businessman who runs his Dixie Boy truck stop like a fiefdom, and who also has access to heavy artillery to keep the marauding, self-controlled machines of the movie at bay.

Key quote: "You want a war? You got one."

Norville Barnes, played by Tim Robbins in 'The Hudsucker Proxy,' 1994 

Often considered to be a minor Coen Brothers movie, it's still a Coen Brothers movie, which means it's quirky, highly stylized and imminently watchable. Robbins plays Norville Barnes, a naif who makes it into where was weekend at bernies filmed upper echelons of giant toy company Hudsucker Industries (their top seller is the hula hoop, which rolls down the streets of downtown Wilmington in one memorable scene).

More: "The Hudsucker Proxy" mural painstakingly restored

Norville's blissfully unaware, however, that his rapid rise is being manipulated from behind the scenes by a bigwig played by none other than Paul Newman. Until he isn't, of course, and Robbins is pretty great at switching gears from grinning idiot to doomed, terrified man.

Key quote: "You know, for kids!"

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  • Posted on Sep 24th, 2015, 12:48 PM,User Since 140 months ago, User Post Count: 2081

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    DubPack wrote:
    statwolf81 wrote:

    Didn't they film most of the original Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles in Wilmington?  At least I think the sewer scenes.

    Outsideof a few scenes shot in NYC, the original and sequel (Secret of the Ooze) were shot in Wilmington.  Screen Gems (called something else back then) used to have a backlot where they would shoot scenes "in NYC".  The only thing they shot on location in Wilmington was the farmhouse, but I've never been able to figure out where that was

    I can ask my friend's Dad.  He worked on TMNT.  I remember going to the screen gems studio in college (99ish) and seeing the backlot setup (still) with several buildings (mainly the big concrete one) from TMNT.  It was interesting to go visit his Dad on set.  I remember going onto the set of domestic disturbance in downtown and watching them rig up a dodge ram for in car shots. Later on Steve Buscemi, Vince Vaughn and Travolta got in a fight at the Barbery Coast downtown.  IIRC Travolta (or maybe Vaughn) got a bad cut on their head and filming was shut down for a month plus as he had to fly back to LA to get plastic surgery. 

    My friend now works in themovie business as well, or at least what is left of it in NC. He worked on surface, under the dome, east bound, homeland, and several more.  A few movies as well, but mainly just B movies.  He has some crazy stories about partying with Stephanie from full house, Pee Wee Herman, and how f-ing crazy Gary Busey really is.

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    Posted on Sep 24th, 2015, 12:54 PM,User Since 186 months ago, User Post Count: 7142

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    jagerpack wrote:
    DubPack wrote:
    statwolf81 wrote:

    Didn't they film most of the original Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles in Wilmington?  At least I think the sewer scenes.

    Outside of a few scenes shot in NYC, the original and sequel (Secret of the Ooze) were shot in Wilmington.  Screen Gems (called something else back then) used to have a backlot where they would shoot scenes "in NYC".  The only thing they shot on location in Wilmington was the farmhouse, but I've never been able to figure out where that was

    I can ask my friend's Dad.  He worked on TMNT.  I remember going to the screen gems studio in college (99ish) and seeing the backlot setup (still) with several buildings (mainly the big concrete one) from TMNT.  It was interesting to go visit his Dad on set.  I remember going onto the set of domestic disturbance in downtown and watching them rig up a dodge ram for in car shots. Later on Steve Buscemi, Vince Vaughn and Travolta got in a fight at the Barbery Coast downtown.  IIRC Travolta (or maybe Vaughn) got a bad cut on their head and filming was shut down for a month plus as he had to fly back to LA to get plastic surgery. 

    My friend now works in the movie business as well, or at least what is left of it in NC. He worked on surface, under the dome, east bound, homeland, and several more.  A few movies as well, but mainly just B movies.  He has some crazy stories about partying with Stephanie from full house, Pee Wee Herman, and how f-ing crazy Gary Busey really is.

    Jager, pretty cool being able to see the workings behind the camera.  IIRC, Buscemiand Vaughn got in the fight at Firebelly's and Buscemi had to fly back to get the surgery; Travolta wasn't there.  At least that's the story.
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    5452wolf wrote: The nursing home in The Green Mile is the flat top house at Moses Cone park on the Parkway.

    no ****,  i never noticed that.  

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    Posted on Sep 24th, 2015, 12:58 PM,User Since 239 months ago, User Post Count: 6335

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    Young Indiana Jones tv show in 1990's filmed in sampson and bladen counties around the family farmlands. Old Navy and GAP commercials a few times as well.

    Inkwell mentioned earlier, they filmed a lot at fort fisher and kure beach as well. My bro and i are in some poorly editted shots fishing and sailing and he almost ran over ODog in the truck as we drove through the set/sand dunes leaving. I was a big fan of menace to society movie and was surprise to see him splayed across the hood.

    Alsothe butchers wife and weekend at bernies were filming on bald head during stays on the island. Demi moore with blonde hair was a thing of beauty to my teenage eyes. Couldnt figure out what bernies was supposed to be about until movie. Bernie was not deadin real life and we werent close enough to hear the dialog. Just thought he was supposed to be wasted drunk.

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    Posted on Sep 24th, 2015, 12:58 PM,User Since 188 months ago, User Post Count: 5337

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    DubPack wrote:
    jagerpack where was weekend at bernies filmed wrote:
    statwolf81 wrote:

    Didn't they film most of the original Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles in Wilmington?  At least I think the sewer scenes.

    Outside of a few scenes shot in NYC, the original and sequel (Secret of the Ooze) were shot in Wilmington.  Screen Gems (called something else back then) used to have a backlot where they would shoot scenes "in NYC".  The only thing they shot on location in Wilmington was the farmhouse, but I've never been able to figure out where that was

    I can ask my friend's Dad.  He worked on TMNT.  I remember going to the screen gems studio in college (99ish) and seeing the backlot setup (still) with several buildings (mainly the big concrete one) from TMNT.  It was interesting to go visit his Dad on set.  I remember going onto the set of domestic disturbance in downtown and watching them rig up a dodge ram for in car shots. Later on Steve Buscemi, Vince Vaughn and Travolta got in a fight at the Barbery Coast downtown.  IIRC Travolta (or maybe Vaughn) got a bad cut on their head and filming was shutdown for a month plus as he had to fly back to LA to get plastic surgery. 

    My friend now works in the movie business as well, or at least what is left of it in NC. He worked on surface, under the dome, east bound, homeland, and several where was weekend at bernies filmed A fewmovies as well, but mainly just B movies.  He has some crazy stories about partying with Stephanie from full house, Pee Wee Herman, and how f-ing crazy Gary Busey really is.

    Jager, pretty cool being able to see the workings behind the camera.  IIRC, Buscemi and Vaughn got in the fight at Firebelly's and Buscemi had to fly back to get the surgery; Travolta wasn't there.  At least that's the story.I remember that too -stabbed in the neck.
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    All of the skydiving scenes in Iron Man 3 were shot over Oak Island in the late summer of 2012.  There was also some chick movie shot in Southport over the same summer with Fergie's husband in it.  Had a couple of drinks with Fergie and her assistantthat summer as they stayed in a condo on Oak Island for a couple of months (July/August 2012, I believe).  Fergie is tiny, btw!

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    Posted on Sep 24th, 2015, 1:06 PM,User Since 188 months ago, User Post Count: 5337

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    Sleeping with the Enemy. Wilmington, Wrightsville and Carolina Beaches. I remember going as extras so we could go to the fair.

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    Weekend at Bernie's.  House Party.  The TV show Revenge.  I Know What You Did Last Summer.  One Tree Hill.  All down near Southport and Wilmington.

    Unfortunately, that list will not be increasing quite as fast anymore.  Not saying that to be political, I just thought it was cool to have so many things being filmed here.

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NewtonPulsifer wrote:

This is a bit of a surprise, Wadesboro & Wilmington

(Evil Dead II)   Boomstick! 

http://www.bookofthedead.ws/website/evil_dead_2_locations.html

yup, you beat me to it.  I was going to post :)

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    ncsuwolfcpa1 wrote:

    All of the skydiving scenes in Iron Man 3 were shot over Oak Island in the late summer of 2012.  There was also some chick movie shot in Southport over the same summer with Fergie's husband in it.  Had a couple of drinks with Fergie and her assistant that summer as they stayed in a condo on Oak Island for a couple of months (July/August 2012, I believe).  Fergie is tiny, btw!

    Safe Haven. Friends (business owners who interacted with them) and family said they were pretty good people.
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    Another gem filmed in Wilmington

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    Packsman wrote:
    ncsuwolfcpa1 wrote:

    All of the skydiving scenes in Iron Man 3 were shot over Oak Island in the late summer of 2012.  There was also some chick movie shot in Southport over the same summer with Fergie's husband in it.  Had a couple of drinks with Fergie and her assistant that summer as they stayed in a condo on Oak Island for a couple of months (July/August 2012, I believe).  Fergie is tiny, btw!

    Safe Haven. Friends (business owners who interacted with them) and family said they were pretty good people.

    Julianna Hough was out on OKI quite a bit that summer too.  She would rock where was weekend at bernies filmed bikini while Fergie would only wear tight, revealing clothing while jogging on the beach or out in the local dive bars.

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    Winter People was filmed at Plumtree in Avery County.  Starred Kurt Russell, Kelly McGillis and Lloyd Bridges.

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    packmba09 wrote: Quite a few scenes from "The Inkwell" were filmed in Swansboro.  I was there one day during filming.  I have a picture with a young Jada Pinkett somewhere in my house.
    Being from Richlands a friend or two of mine I was in high school with were extras and one got in the where was weekend at bernies filmed on Sep 24th, 2015, 2:12 PM,User Since 198 months ago, User Post Count: 21777

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    MaxHeadroom wrote: UT dorm porn was filmed in University Towers!!111

    Probably the most watched movie in my movie collection.

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    - About every Nicholas Sparks movie has been filmed in Eastern NC it seems. Definitely based in NC throughout the books.

    - The Longest Ride: The rodeo scene was filmed right off of Gum Branch Road outside of Richlands. They had a few other scenes shot around the area.

    - The rain out game in Bull Durham was filmed at Fleming Stadium in Wilson. The Wilson Tobs still play summer league ball there today and it's a great time. AKA beer garden.or when I was going to the games they had it.

    - The Crow: Wilmington (I'm sure it's been mentioned already)

    - The Hunger Games: Wilmington

    - Iron Man 3: They filmed at SAS, however they were originally going to film at the old GSK building off of 147. However, my wife's company had recently purchased that facility for a new phase rollout and they couldn't come to an agreement. That's how they ended up at SAS. But the original intent was to film here @ the GSK building because it looked "Stark-ish".

    This new phase is about to be part of the initiative to grow lungs in pigs that can be transplanted to humans while not hurting the pigs.

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    bpcox5 wrote: - About every Nicholas Sparks movie has been filmed in Eastern NC it seems. Definitely based in NC throughout the books.




    Charleston area too. Never saw any of the movies, but I do know where the house in "The Notebook" is at.another one was filmed in Folly Beach I think

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    DubPack wrote: Another gem filmed in Wilmington


    My favorite line from that movie:

    "You should not drink. and bake."
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    302ASullivan wrote:

    Weekend at Bernie's.  House Party.  The TV show Revenge.  I Know What You Did Last Summer.  One Tree Hill.  All down near Southport and Wilmington.

    Unfortunately, that list will not be increasing quite as fast anymore.  Not saying that to be political, I just thought it was cool to have so many things being filmed here.

    Truth hurts no matter which side of the aisle you are on. I believe it will be hard to get these studios back from ATL since they have a major international airport there.
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    bpcox5 wrote:

    - The Hunger Games: Wilmington



    The Hunger Games were filmed in WNC, not Wilmington.

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    I saw Bull Durham mentioned, but not Mitch's Tavern.

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    Also, Blue Velvet. New Hanover high and other locations. Friends went out to the high school to be extras.

    http://www.themoviedistrict.com/blue-velvet/

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    Anyone know the location or the  beach bar/grill in Iron Man 3 when he has a panic attack?

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    Gracieagain wrote:

    Also, Blue Velvet. New Hanover high and other locations. Friends went out to the high school to be extras.

    http://www.themoviedistrict.com/blue-velvet/

    they were filming something at NHHS about a month ago, have no idea what though!
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    --- SuperApe wrote:

    Anyone know the location or the  beach bar/grill in Iron Man 3 when he has a panic attack?

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    Have been wondering this too. They did lots of filming in Miami so it could be Miami Beach but looks more Wilmington.

    The Rose Hill TN scenes were filmed in downtown Rose Hill NC. And the beauty pageant scenes where Tony has the cowboy hat on, and Stan Lee cameos, were filmed in Kenansville.

    BTW someone mentioned The Avengers were filmed in Raleigh and Wilmington which is way wrong. The scenes meant to evoke New York were filmed in downtown Cleveland I think. That movie was primarily filmed in Ohio. Most new Marvel movies are now being filmed in Georgia due to incentives or over in the UK.

  • Источник: https://247sports.com/college/north-carolina-state/board/103768/Contents/Filming-Locations-in-North-Carolina-71466962/?page=5

                                         

    1. Plot

    Larry Wilson Andrew McCarthy and Richard Parker Jonathan Silverman are at a Manhattan morgue where they see their deceased CEO Bernie Lomax Terry Kiser. Larry falsely claims Bernie as his uncle, so he can get some of Bernies possessions including Bernies credit card. At the insurance company, Larry and Richard are quizzed by their boss and Arthur Hummel Barry Bostwick, the companys internal investigator, who ask the two if they have the US$2 million that Bernie embezzled. They deny knowing where the money is, but their boss believes theyre lying and fires them. He also sends Hummel after them, giving him two weeks to prove their guilt.

    Over dinner paid for with Bernies credit card, in one of its many uses, Larry tells Richard he found a key to a safe deposit box in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, and asks Richard if he will use the computer at work to see if the $2 million is in Bernies account. At first Richard refuses but ultimately gives in.

    Meanwhile, in the Virgin Islands, a voodoo queen named Mobu Novella Nelson is hired by mobsters to find the money Bernie stole. She sends two servants - Henry Steve James and Charles Tom Wright - to go to New York, get Bernies body, use a voodoo ceremony to reanimate him, and bring him back to her so he can lead her to the money. Their attempts to bring Bernie back are plagued by accidents. They prepare in a bathroom at a sleazy porno theater for the voodoo ceremony, but having lost the sacrificial chicken, they use a pigeon instead. This limits Bernies ability to walk toward the hidden money: he only moves when he hears music. At the 42nd Street–Grand Central subway station, Henry and Charles soon abandon him to chase a man who stole their boombox.

    Later that night, Larry and Richard sneak into their office building to check Bernies account, only to find that Bernie is the only one that can open it. They are soon arrested by the police for breaking and entering. After their release, they find Bernie whom they believe is still dead, stuff him into a suitcase, bring him with them to the Virgin Islands, and put him into a small refrigerator in their hotel room. Unbeknownst to second harvest food bank of minnesota two, Hummel is following them to recover the embezzled money. The guys successfully use Bernie to open his safety deposit box but they only find a map. Meanwhile, Larry befriends a lovely native girl named Claudia Troy Beyer, and gives her the map. Later, he and Richard are captured by Henry and Charles, who take them to Mobu. With one of the mobsters holding a gun to his head, she forces Richard to drink a poisonous concoction and tells them they must find the money by sundown to get the antidote.

    When Larry, Richard, and Claudia are reunited, they are shocked to discover that Bernie is moving and realize he is leading them towards the money. To keep him moving, they put headphones on his head. As Bernie finds a large chest underwater, Larry accidentally shoots him in the head with an underwater speargun, destroying the headphones. They attempt to bring Bernie back to the surface but he will not let go of the chest, which is too heavy to hoist out of the water. They end up attaching Bernie to a horse carriage with music playing. It seems to work at first, but when they go downhill, the carriage goes out of control. Eventually, the carriage ends up at Mobus compound. Bernie hits a large tree branch and spins himself into a somersault before knocking out Mobu. The crash also causes Bernie to drop the chest on the ground and it breaks open. Larry tries to scoop up the money but is caught by Hummel now slightly unhinged upon seeing the undead Bernie walk and he relinquishes the money to him. With Mobu out of commission, Claudias father, a medical doctor, says that he can cure Richard if he can get the blood of a virgin which Larry confesses he can provide. The mobsters and Mobu are arrested, and Bernie is last seen leading Henry and Charles, who have been transformed into goats by voodoo, in a carnival parade.

    Larry confesses to Richard that he returned the $2 million to the insurance company, but only after learning Bernie actually where was weekend at bernies filmed $3 million. Larry and Richard use some of the remaining million to purchase a yacht crewed by attractive women.

    Источник: https://amp.en.google-info.in/1213319/1/weekend-at-bernies-ii.html

    11 Things You Never Knew About Weekend at Bernie's on its 25th Anniversary

    On July 5, 1989 – 25 years ago – two yuppies went to their boss’s beach house in the Hamptons, and the world of dressing up corpses to pretend they’re still alive would never be the same.

    Weekend at Bernie’s was neither the best nor the most popular comedy of 1989, but much like Bernie himself, the corpse-centric movie has had a longer shelf life than anyone would have guessed at the time. Thanks to home video and cable TV, over the course of two-plus decades Weekend at Bernie’s has managed to age into something close to respectability.

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    But while other comedies of the time have spawned cults that obsess over their every line and prop, Weekend at Bernie’s hasn’t received quite this same level of attention. So let’s rectify that, with 11 things you never knew about this classic-ish film.

    (We’ll give you one freebie at the beginning: The actor who played Bernie was not actually dead.) Man Overboard
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    1. A stuntman broke a rib while filming the scene where Bernie is dragged behind a boat.
    Actor Terry Kiser played Bernie in both his pre- and post-death forms, but he left the truly dangerous work to the professionals, one of whom suffered multiple injuries during this boating scene. They couldn’t have used a mannequin?

    2. Bernie’s house was made specifically for the film, and it was torn down after production was done.
    If you seek a monument to Weekend at Bernie’s, don’t look around North Carolina’s Figure Eight Island. As a prerequisite for filming on the island – a private haven for wildlife and, more importantly, the rich – production was required to leave no trace of the set behind.

    3. Andrew McCarthy was originally meant for the Jonathan Silverman part.
    After reading the script, heproving once more that it’s always more fun to play the sidekick.

    4. Roger Ebert absolutely hated the film.
    Nearly every professional reviewer frowned on the film’s one-joke premise, but Ebert took the scorn to another level, awarding the film a mere one star. “Weekend at Bernie’s makes two mistakes: It gives us a joke that isn’t very funny, and it expects the joke to carry an entire movie,” the veteran scribe complained. “It’s a decision that leads to some long, dreary sequences and a certain desperation on the part of the actors.” On Siskel & Ebert, the movie received zero thumbs up.

    5. The shady accounting practices used in the film were also used on the film.
    At least, that’s what director Ted Kotcheff and writer Robert Klane allege in a lawsuit against 20th Century Fox and MGM. Both men say their contracts for the film included a percentage of its profits, millions of dollars of which they have not seen a penny. The lawsuit has not yet been settled, but if we were the two of them, we’d refrain from going to the Hamptons alone for a little while.

    6. There have been occasional plans to make a Weekend at Bernie’s III.
    Sadly, none of them have materialized so far. But Hollywood’s loss is indie cinema’s gain, as one group of filmmakers has even tackled the project as part of a 48-Hour Film Festival.

    7. At least one serious piece of academic criticism has been been written about Weekend at Bernie’s.
    In Mikel Koven’s “Traditional Narrative, Popular Aesthetics, Weekend at Bernie’s, and Vernacular Cinema,” published in Of Corpse: Death and Humor in Folklore and Popular Culture, the University of Worcester lecturer places the comedy in a long tradition of comedic fables about dead bodies, arguing that the movie is a satire of the upper class of the late ’80s, “whose self-indulgences and self-obsessions make them oblivious to Bernie’s dilemma.”

    8. The film inspired a small dance craze a few years ago.
    This one is technically about Weekend at Bernie’s II, but it’s too good not to include. In 2009, the rapper Tre-Doh watched the 1993 sequel and was inspired to create a dance similar to Bernie’s voodoo-assisted gait in the movie. (Another reminder that Weekend at Bernie’s II is not a good film.) How to do it? Let Tre-Doh lead the way: “First you gotta get up in your drunk-man stance / Let your neck loose, let your head go to bopping / now bend your knees and bow, sweep or sway non-stopping.” A year later, a supercut of fans ended up on Reddit, and an Internet meme was born.

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    9. Two men once pulled a real-life Weekend at Bernie’s – and were arrested for abusing a corpse.
    In 2011, Robert Young and Mark Rubinson found their friend Jeffrey Jarrett unresponsive at his home and, instead of calling 911, took him out for a night of fun – all paid for with Jarrett’s credit card. After putting the body back where they found it, they visited a strip club, where they used Jarrett’s card to take out $400 from the ATM. The would-be Jonathan Silverman and Andrew McCarthy swore they didn’t know their friend was dead at the time, but they both pled guilty and were each given two years of probation, as well as community service.

    10. Luckily, the scheme worked usaa pet insurance cost for Barney on How I Met Your Mother.
    Viewers never found out exactly how the “Weekend at Barney’s” scheme helped the CBS sitcom’s infamous bachelor seduce women, but that’s probably for the best.

    11. Andrew McCarthy has been a part of your Netflix binges, without you knowing it.
    He’s still acting, but Andrew McCarthy also has successful second and third careers as both a travel writer – his work has appeared in both National Geographic and the New York Times magazine – and as a television director. He’s helmed five episodes of Orange Is the New Black, including the famous chicken episode.

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    Film Friday: Weekend at Bernie’s

    A pair of unlikely employees at a corporation are invited by their boss to spend the weekend at his beach house, but he really plans on having them killed.

    Instead, the boss is killed and the duo pretends he’s still alive while the mafia tries to finish him off. Andrew McCarthy, Jonathan Silverman, and Catherine Mary Stewart star in Weekend at Bernie’s, which was filmed throughout North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

    Filmed In: Bald Head Island, Harnett, Kure Beach, Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Additional scenes filmed in New York City .

    If You Like:My Cousin Vinny, Mannequin

    Filed Under: movies, North Carolina, WilmingtonTagged With: Bald Head Island, filming locations, Harnett, Kure Beach, north carolina, Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach

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