Wednesday, August 28, 2013

"Wayward Pines" Event TV Series Set, Agassiz BC



Wayward Pine TV set underway

The Wayward Pines street set is well underway on Pioneer Park in downtown Agassiz, BC, and, if you have ever been interested in how these false store fronts are created for movies and TV, here is a first hand experience you might enjoy.


Creepy Merry - Go - Round

Pioneer Park, usually an open green space with towering trees, is home to "Wayward Pines" a Fox event TV series about a secret service agent (Matt Dillon) that comes to town to investigate the disappearance of two federal agents.  So the story begins and through 10 epsiodes the peels of the town begin to come off revealing a creepy intent beneath the skin of the small town smiles.  Okay, I am guessing a little here about the storyline.  To be directed by master film maker M. Night Shyamalan, whose successes include "The Sixth Sense", "Signs", "Unbreakable" and "The Village", we can look forward to a good tale, beautifully portrayed and filmed well.



Wayward Pines Town Set being built

Have a visit to Agassiz, the friendly merchants along Pioneer Ave. Agassiz would enjoy your business as well so be sure to drop in.

 Imagine living here...in Agassiz not Wayward Pines
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3 comments:

  1. since M.Night is working on it as well show of hands it'll fail?

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  2. There are only a few television networks which are able to show classic television programs. It has left a large gap of potential entertainment untapped and potentially gone forever.

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  3. Very interested in the classic merry=go=round featured in "Wayward Pines" show. Apparently it isn't part of Pioneer Park but has been placed on the set for creepy effect. I love old carousels and would like more pictures of this one.

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