This Bud’s not for you.
A prop table holding faux glasses of wine and empty beer cans for filming of the HBO series "Girls" in Inwood Wednesday warned passersby to keep their mitts to themselves.
“PROPS PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH,” read a sign on the table in front of 4700 Broadway, where the popular Lena Dunham show is shooting scenes this week.
Filming was taking place inside the lobby of 4700 Broadway Wednesday, and signs posted near the site said that scenes would also be shot in building’s courtyard and inside of some apartments.
Jennifer Bristol, who lives in the building, reported one celebrity sighting while trying to take her dog out for a walk.
“Kinda nice that Adam Driver gave me the go-head to walk through the Girls set, which is my courtyard,” Bristol wrote on Facebook of the actor who plays Dunham’s former boyfriend on the show. "Thanks goodness Mack didn't mark any equipment."
Uptown residents seemed to be taking the brush with fame in stride, with commenters in a local Facebook group pointing out that "Law & Order" and other shows had been filming in the neighborhood for years.
Shades of Blue, a new police drama starring Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta, is also slated to shoot in the same area this week.