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One Tree Hill moved the dates of four on-location shots this week to avoid the approaching foul weather.
And over at EUE Screen Gems Studios, where the show’s production offices are located, preparation plans have been in the works for awhile.
The studios’ executive vice president, Bill Vassar, said his company holds a preparedness meeting every July. Another meeting is held when a storm approaches. Employees were refreshed on the plans Wednesday evening for Hanna’s approach.
Screen Gems rents massive generators to film crews, so that was no problem. Vassar said one generator was set up for the mill shop so that if damage is done to a building, it can be fixed immediately.
Another generator was reserved for the main office building where employees voluntarily stayed through the storm.
Camera, grip and lighting trucks were parked on available stages and around sets for extra protection.
Vassar said he wasn’t worried about the new, massive stage under construction on the lot.
“We weren’t planning any work back there for tomorrow anyway,” he said.
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Has Mouth left One Tree Hill for good, or will he possibly be back? — Ed
Matt: You and my old colleague Michelle Moro, both fretting about Mouth… Seeing as Lee Norris was on the set filming Episode 6 when the TVGuide.com video crew and I visited Wilmington, it’s a safe bet that there is some sort of change in plans to come.
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Look who’s floating into Tree Hill, N.C.: Austin Nichols, who starred as John from Cincinnati in the quirky and short-lived HBO series, has landed a 10-episode gig on the CW’s One Tree Hill.
Nichols is also familiar to TV fans from a short visit to Dillon, Texas, as a frisky teacher on Friday Night Lights.
The CW is not yet confirming details on Nichols’ role, but by some online accounts he’s playing a film producer who’s eyeing Lucas’ first novel — and who also perhaps once had his eye on Peyton. — Matt Mitovich