Your house in new Movie?

September 17th, 2009 at 8:33 am by under Entertainment


As the Film Industry continues to build in West Michigan, we’ll see more options like this from a press release from TicTock Studios, as they get set to begin the production of ”What’s Wrong With Virginia”.

Details from press release:

TicTock Studios movie scouts are scouring West Michigan for a white, two story colonial to be used as a main location in the upcoming film “What’s Wrong With Virginia”.  The film is written by Academy Award Winner Dustin Lance Black (“Milk”) and stars Academy Award winner Jennifer Connelly, 4-time Academy Award Nominee Ed Harris, Academy Award Nominee Amy Madigan, and Emma Roberts.  

The house will serve as as the home of Harris’ character Richard Tipton and his wife Rosanna Tipton (Madigan) and their daughter Jessie Tipton (Roberts).

The description of the what scouts are looking for in the house:
- 2 story Colonial house
- White exterior
- Original (not remodeled) interior
- Dark wood is good
- Lived-in or vintage furniture is good
- Unfinished basement with at least 7 foot ceilings
- Office or Den area
- At least 1 or 2 large bedrooms
- Large front lawn is a plus but not essential

Filming in the house will last about one week.
Production on the movie is scheduled to begin September 28th.

If you want to submit your house to star in the film,   you should email both interior and exterior photos as soon as possible with a contact phone number to with “TIPTON HOUSE” as the subject heading. 

If your home is may be considered, movie scouts will contact you.

In addition to the details above, the Michigan Film Office in Lansing is starting a database of homes and properties that could become movie sets, check out this link for details.

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One Response to “Your house in new Movie?”

  1. Steelie says:

    Good Day,

    There are several in EGR… ;-)


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