NEW YORK CITY — A host of Hollywood leading men have taken to Big Apple streets while filming sure-fire blockbusters in recent weeks.
Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Leonardo DiCaprio, Rusell Crowe and Liev Schreiber have all been spotted shooting scenes for upcoming film projects — ranging from Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" to Darren Aronofsky's biblical-themed "Noah."
DiCaprio has been filming all around the city for Scorsese's newest offering, about a recovered drug addict-turned-motivational speaker who served two years in prison for white-collar crimes.
Crowe bulked up his muscles and beard while shooting "Noah," which brings the tale of the Old Testament ark builder to the big screen.
Farrell has been shooting "Winter's Tale" — a fantasy flick set in the 19th century and modern-day NYC — appearing both scraggily and well-coiffed in various scenes for the forthcoming film.
Funnyman Vaughn has been spotted everywhere from Williamsburg to Ridgewood while filming the comedy "The Delivery Man," about a sperm donor who discovers later that he fathered hundreds of children. "Saturday Night Live" cast member Bobby Moynihan also stars.
Schreiber and Woody Allen have also turned up all over Brooklyn while shooting scenes for actor-director John Turturro's upcoming "Fading Gigolo," about a man who becomes a male escort in order to help out his broke friend.