Posted by Staff in Aug 22,2015 with No Comments
Downtown Fargo and the Fargo Theatre were the backdrop Sunday for a film shoot featuring movie star and Minot, N.D., native Josh Duhamel.
Rocking a crisp white shirt and dark suit and tie, Duhamel walked through a medley of settings showcasing what North Dakota has to offer, including fine dining, world-class sports teams and the actual wood chipper from the cult movie hit “Fargo.”
“Something new and fun around every corner,” Duhamel said as he delivered his lines that are part of the latest creative campaign for North Dakota tourism.
Print, TV and multimedia spots based on Sunday’s shoot and other production efforts will begin running early in 2016.
“The whole shoot is a week long,” said Sara Otte Coleman, North Dakota’s tourism director.
She added the shoot will wrap up about Wednesday.
As a major part of the campaign, Duhamel has been filmed in a number of locations around the state, according to Otte Coleman, who added it’s not the actor’s first involvement with North Dakota tourism. Read the rest of this entry »