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New FX comedy to begin filming pilot at Roland Grise Middle School

Crews with the new FX show How & Why will begin filming the pilot episode at Roland Grise Middle School Wednesday. Crews with the new FX show How & Why will begin filming the pilot episode at Roland Grise Middle School Wednesday.
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Crews with the new FX show How & Why will begin filming the pilot episode at Roland Grise Middle School Wednesday.

Crews will be shooting some driving scenes that start at Roland Grise and will end at 1602 College Road near the Carolina BBQ restaurant.

After those scenes wrap up, the production is expected to head to the bridge on Sixth Street for some more scenes until about 8 p.m.

The comedy stars Michael Cera, Catherine Keener, and Oscar nominee Sally Hawkins and centers around a man who can explain the inner workings of a nuclear reactor, but is clueless about life in general. 

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