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Amy Adams, Christian Bale on film set in Natick

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

Some classic cars on set in Natick.

“The Fighter” stars Amy Adams and Christian Bale reunited in Natick on Thursday for David O. Russell’s latest project, which is based on the late-’70s Abscam scandal. The stars are scheduled to be shooting the project around town for the next few months. . . . Meanwhile, Charlize Theron and Sophia Bush are still in Boston to film the “Hatfields & McCoys” pilot. Theron, who’s producing the television show, was spotted at M.J. O’Connor’s at the Westin Waterfront, while Bush, who stars in the pilot, was spotted at the Westin’s City Bar.

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