After some villagers demanded $50,000 or they would “kill someone,” the Apple TV+ show “Lady in the Lake” was put on hold.
The upcoming limited series Lady in the Lake starring Natalie Portman had to stop filming as a result of threats from a Baltimore-based group.
The Baltimore Banner reported over the weekend that a group of locals approached a production driver on Friday and demanded $50,000 in exchange for “allowing” filming to go on. According to the Baltimore Police Department, the group threatened to “come back later this evening [and] shoot someone” if production went on despite the driver’s refusal to pay.
‘LADY IN THE LAKE’ halted filming after a group of locals contacted producers & threatened to shoot somebody if production didn’t cease
Producers were told to pay $50,000 to the group before filming continued. Apple has opted to film elsewhere
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A department representative stated that the production team “decided to err on the side of caution and reschedule the shot when they identified another location.”
“Friday afternoon, on the Baltimore set of our production Lady in the Lake, prior to the arrival of the cast and crew… a driver on our production crew was confronted by two men, one of whom brandished a gun directed at our driver, and they then fled the location,” the production’s studio, Endeavor Content, wrote in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. While the inquiry is underway, we are collaborating with the Baltimore Police Department. We are grateful that no one was hurt because the safety and security of our staff, cast, and everyone else involved in our productions are our top priority. Future production will resume with heightened security precautions. It has been an honor to collaborate with Baltimore’s lively community to film Lady in the Lake there.
The best-selling novel of the same name by Laura Lippman served as the basis for the film Lady in the Lake. An unsolved murder forces housewife and mother Maddie Schwartz (Portman) to reinvent herself as an investigative reporter in the 1960s Baltimore setting of the story. With Cleo Sherwood (Ingram Moses, who took the place of the previously announced Lupita Nyong’o in the production), who balances motherhood, many jobs, and a dedication to the city’s Black progressive agenda, she is now in direct competition.
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FAQs about Lady in the Lake
W hat is the “Lady in the Lake”?
The movie “Lady in the Lake” is based on a book written by Laura Lippman, a former writer for the Baltimore Sun. An unsolved murder forces a housewife and mother to reinvent herself as an investigative journalist in the 1960s Baltimore of the series.
What location is Lady in the Lake being shot in?
The statement said, “Working with Baltimore’s vibrant community across various regions has been a delight as we filmed ‘Lady in the Lake’ there.
What stands for the Lady of the Lake?
Answer and justification :The Lady of the Lake represents duality, the right of the divine to rule, and redemption in the Arthurian romances. The magician Merlin split the Lady’s being into two parts, implying the first.
Who is the Lady of the Lake in reality?
An enchantress who resides in a castle beneath a lake that encircles the island of Avalon is known as The Lady of the Lake, sometimes known as Viviane or Nimu. She is credited with bestowing Arthur with the legendary Excalibur sword, raising Sir Lancelot after his father’s passing, and ensnaring Merlin in a tree, according to mythology.
Is the tale of Lady in the Lake true?
Gordon Park (25 January 1944 – 25 January 2010), a retired teacher from Leece, near Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England, was sentenced to life in prison in the Lady in the Lake trial in 2005 for the murder of his first wife, Carol Ann Park.