UPDATED: Grown Ups 2 Cheerleader Car Wash Scene

A Grown Ups 2 cheerleader car wash scene will be shot on Rockaway Street today.

A cheerleader car wash scene for the star-packed Adam Sandler movie will be filmed today on Rockaway Street.

Shortly before 10 a.m., Andy Samberg, Adam Sandler and Kevin James were spotted on set. The two were in a room at the Jeremiah Lee Mansion.

According to the movie's Location Manager, Mark Fitzgerald, the scene will be shot in the 12 public parking spots at the end of Rockaway Street - located across the street from the and adjacent to the . 

Green and white balloons decorated the set early this morning and a sign that read "Brunson University Cheer Needs You" was set up near the entrance to the street.

While the scene is being shot, Fitzgerald said Columbia Pictures will keep most of their equipment and trailers at the parking lot and the crew will be eating their lunch at the on Pleasant Street. 

When they come together for lunch, The plans on presenting crew members with filled with unique offers from more than 50 member businesses.

Although the scene may temporarily impact traffic on Washington Street, Police Chief Robert Picariello stressed that nearby businesses will still be open.

"We want people to know that the businesses on Washington Street will be open on Tuesday," Picariello said. "It will be business as usual and we will only close the road when we need to."

Street Closure Schedule:

  • Until 9 p.m. on June 1, no parking tow zone signs will be posted on Rockaway Street and on parts of Washington Street. Rockaway Street to Darling Street will be closed off as needed for filming. The area connecting Pleasant Street to State Street will also be closed for filming.

Do you have a photo from today's shoot? Did you spot a local celebrity? Let us know by emailing Marblehead Patch or posting in the comments section below.

James Tighe May 29, 2012 at 03:05 PM
They don't want any pictures taken of the set or action on it. They will approach you if they see you and ask to see your device and if they find pictures they will ask you to delete them. Having been an extra on two movies last year, one with Kevin James I know for fact security is always looking. They don't want stuff leaked to the media and Youtube before they have had an opportunity to. I was on the set this morning and saw several people approached who had taken pictures.
MHH101 May 29, 2012 at 04:00 PM
If they want to control picture taking, they need to be on a private set. The public is free to take pictures if they are on public land.
Oldtown May 29, 2012 at 07:56 PM
Agreed. They haven't been shooting in town very long and people are already getting annoyed. If they want to see your camera tell them to go pound sand.
MHH101 May 29, 2012 at 11:37 PM
With a few notable exceptions (e.g. national security), you can photograph anything you can see in public. That means you can legally photograph subjects such as people, buildings, bridges, police officers etc. without asking or getting prior permission. On private property (e.g. in shopping malls, stores, theaters, hotels and sports arenas) you need the permission of the property owner to take photographs. While the act of photography itself in such areas isn't illegal, if asked to stop taking pictures and leave you must do so or risk prosecution for trespass. Nobody has the right to require you to show or delete images you have taken and only the police can require that you show them the pictures in your camera - and even that requires a search warrant unless you give them permission. http://bit.ly/625p94


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