'Jersey Shore' denied filming permit in New Jersey township
“Jersey Shore: Circle of relatives Holiday” received’t be filming in a single New Jersey location, in line with native media.
A request from 495 Productions to movie the truth collection at a Brick Township house has been rejected, the Asbury Park Press reported on Tuesday. The township’s mayor, Brian John Ducey, stated filming would have a great deal disrupted the group.
“We concept in regards to the affect it will have at the group,” Ducey instructed the newspaper. “It could have introduced in a large number of site visitors with a large number of other people going through.”
Ducey additionally spoke in regards to the Seawood Harbor house, the place filming would have taken position.
“It’s only a group and it’s no longer close to any industrial zones and the roads are skinny,” Ducey stated. “It was once a quiet group to have onlookers and vans coming thru.”
It’s no longer the one New Jersey locale to show down filming: Brick Patch studies that Wildwood previous rejected a request.
As for Beach Heights? The Asbury Park Press says the city issued a allow to permit for 2 days of filming for the truth display.
Brick Patch studies that filming for a “farewell” episode for the city, the web page of a lot of the motion within the unique “Jersey Shore,” happened remaining month.