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Filming of David O. Russell movie continues at the Wang

Looking a little like Joe Pesci’s character in “Casino,” actor Jeremy Renner walks out of the Wang Theatre during a break in filming.

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Looking a little like Joe Pesci’s character in “Casino,” actor Jeremy Renner walks out of the Wang Theatre during a break in filming.

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Looking a little like Joe Pesci’s character in “Casino,” actor Jeremy Renner walks out of the Wang Theatre during a break in filming with director David O. Russell. (That’s actor Jack Huston, grandson of late great director John Huston, lighting a butt in the background.) The movie, costarring Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale, and Bradley Cooper, is loosely based on the FBI’s 1970s Abscam sting operation.

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