A $6.5 million Andover home was used to film the scenes for Larry David's new film "Clear History" on Thursday.
The cast and crew for the new Larry David movie "Clear History" all moved into a 6.5 million home on Haggetts Pond Road Thursday in order to film scenes for the upcoming HBO Original film, according to the Eagle Tribune. The movie production crew was only expected to be in Andover, for one day. “The state’s terrific crews, talent base and natural beauty perfectly complement the vision of our extraordinary filmmakers and cast,” said Len Amato, HBO Films president, in a statement. The scenes being shot in the 20,000 square foot home included both David and actress Kate Hudson. Read the full article on the Eagle Tribune website.