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Merchants Enjoyed Comedy Shot on Seabrook’s Main Street

Dec 08, 2015 04:51PM ● By SCENE MAGAZINE STAFF
Several feature films are being made in the Clear Lake Area and one of the most recent is called The Pizza Joint Movie. In October, Main Street (formerly 2nd Street) in Seabrook was shut down for an afternoon of filming and shop owners were delighted with all the hustle and watching the making of this movie. New shop owner of Back Bay Boutique, Lisa Maxsen Findlea had a different day of retail, helping out and sharing her location for the movie, “I had an exciting day, and the crew and cast were fun!” said Lisa. The crew stated that she was the most accommodating merchant and they really enjoyed hanging out in Seabrook.

The Pizza Joint Movie, is an American comedy about a pizza joint, its employees and the ‘secret ingredient’ that is in the pizza sauce, in a state where cannabis is legal. Producer Sam Rivas of Savir Productions worked with the management team Rick Diaz and Van Shotwell. Starring in the film is Anthony Guajardo, Timothy DeLaGhetto, Franco Vega, Noel Gugliemi, Bill Wiatrack, and Robert LaSardo. The team worked with Unibrow Pickle Ranch Productions with Jeff and Leeanne Rambin of El Lago and Empire Creative Marketing in Nassau Bay. Directors Noel Gugliemi, and William Molina used several locations in Friendswood, El Lago, Seabrook, Pasadena and Nassau Bay for this movie. One interesting note is that it was shot in 12 days.

- Domino Taylor