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Charlize Theron in town working on pilot

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Actress Charlize Theron, who’s producing a locally-shot pilot based on “Hatfields & McCoys,” was in town over the weekend with her son, Jackson. They were spotted at Logan Airport and at Legal Test Kitchen, where they ate Persian cucumbers with crab, and fish tacos. The “Hatfields” pilot was scheduled to film in the South End on Sunday. The modern-day take on the family feud stars Sophia Bush, Rebecca De Mornay, and Virginia Madsen. . . . “Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson was spotted at Grafton Street in Cambridge Saturday night. We imagine he was in town to see Zachary Quinto in “The Glass Menagerie” at the American Repertory Theater. (Quinto, who wrapped the show over the weekend, tweeted a photo of Ferguson in Harvard Square later that night.)

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