Port Townsend: “Enough” filming begins; schedule revised

PORT TOWNSEND — It was a hot time in the old town Tuesday, but not because the klieg lights were burning on the hottest star in Hollywood.

The traffic jam caused by a fire at the McCurdy Building at Water and Taylor streets was more significant than traffic caused by the filming of Jennifer Lopez in the movie “Enough.”

The production company made last-minute changes that meant no-parking signs along Washington Street were incorrect.

The Columbia Pictures crew also informed merchants along Water Street, Washington Street and Sims Way that filming planned for Thursday and Friday would instead be today and Friday.

The crew will film “driving shots” on Tyler and Water streets and between Sims Way and Walker Street on those two days.

Filming at the Cupola House at Point Hudson and in an alleyway between Washington and Water streets was completed Tuesday.

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