The movie, also starring Julia Roberts, will shoot in the Financial District starting April 8.
"Public Morals," a new series written and directed by Burns, is about the NYPD in the 1960s.
The 41-year-old victim was stabbed in the torso with a knife, police said.
Suzanne Smith offers a slice of NYC life with her comedy, "Saige Winters: My Psychic Life."
Adam Sandler's latest movie, "The Cobbler," will be filming for the next few weeks.
Adam Sandler scoped out Erik Shoe Repair on Grand Street for the film "The Cobbler."
TV miniseries "The Knick" transformed Orchard and Broome streets to a scene from 1910.
"Taxi Brooklyn South" posted signs apologizing for inconveniencing locals with its film sites.
Crews filmed a fictional crime scene Tuesday in Inwood Hill Park, the real site of an unsolved 2004 case.
The CBS show stars Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller.
No parking will be allowed on Cambridge Place from 11 a.m until midnight on Wednesday.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor of Doyers Street will shut down all of Friday for filming.
The highest bidder will win lunch with Efron on the set of his new movie, "Are We Officially Dating?"
Brooklyn Heights locals are tired of the constant filming in their quaint neighborhood.
Several television shows and movies have filmed in the neighborhood over the past few months.
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