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‘Terminales’ films at Diesel Cafe

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The crew filming the local pilot for the ABC Family show “Terminales” was set up at Diesel Cafe in Davis Square on Wednesday. We hear that Barry Watson, of “7th Heaven” fame, has been added to the cast. . . . It seems that “Footloose” star and Stoughton native Kenny Wormald and “Prince Caspian” Ben Barnes are starring in a local film called “God Only Knows.” According to the movie’s Twitter page, the cast list also includes Harvey Keitel and local rapper and actor Slaine, of “The Town.” The director on the project is James Mottern, of the film “Trucker,” which starred Michelle Monaghan (from “Gone Baby Gone’’).

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