'House of Cards' back in Mount Vernon Tuesday - Centre Street closed

Netflix series to shoot scenes postponed by storm two weeks ago

  • Kevin Spacey stars in 'House of Cards'
Kevin Spacey stars in 'House of Cards' (Getty Images )
August 07, 2012|By David Zurawik | The Baltimore Sun

"House of Cards," a Netflix political drama starring Kevin Spacey, returns to Mount Vernon to finish filming scenes postponed by severe wind and rain last month.

According to a notice the producers sent residents and businesses in the Mount Vernon area, filming will start at 7 p.m. Tuesday and end at 10 a.m. Thursday.

E. Centre Street will again be closed during part of that time for filming of a crowd scene.

"We are filiming  at Peabody Institute and will be closing a portion of E. Centre St. during filming," the notice says.

According to the notice, no-parkings signs will be posted during that time on:

N. Charles Street from E. Centre Street to Monument Street.

E. Centre Strret (both sides) between N. Charles Street and St. Paul Street.

St. Paul Street from E. Centre Street to Monument Street.

Anyone with "questions or concerns" is told to call the Baltimore Film Office (410-752-8632) or the Maryland Film Office (410-767-6343).


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