Miles Teller runs through fake red light district and artificial snow while filming The Offer in downtown Los Angeles
Miles Teller drove through artificial snow in a fake red light district while filming scenes from his upcoming miniseries The Offer.
The 34-year-old actor was spotted walking past an old adult movie theater on set in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday night.
The actor is back at work on the Paramount Plus miniseries just weeks after TBEN.com exclusively reported that the unvaccinated actor brought COVID-19 to the set and was responsible for stopping the production.
On set: Miles Teller walked through artificial snow in a fake red light district while filming scenes from his upcoming miniseries The Offer
Teller was seen walking across the set wearing a tan dress shirt with the first two buttons unbuttoned under a dark brown suit coat.
He also wore dark gray pants and black shoes as he walked through the set, which featured old cars like a 1970s Ford Mustang.
He was seen walking past a number of other actors and crew, who were masked.
Miles: Teller was seen walking the set wearing a tan dress shirt with the top two buttons unbuttoned under a dark brown suit coat
Teller plays film producer Albert S. Ruddy in The Offer, which recounts his experiences on set during the making of The Godfather.
The Paramount Plus miniseries also stars Matthew Goode as producer Robert Evans, Juno Temple as agent Bettye McCart, Ruddy’s assistant, Giovanni Ribisi as Joe Colombo, the real gangster who helped them. to make the film and Dan Fogler as the director of Godfather Francis Ford Coppola.
The cast also includes Colin Hanks as Barry Lapidus, a Gulf & Western executive who had a lot of influence at Paramount, Patrick Gallo as Godfather author Mario Puzo, Frank John Hughes as Frank Sinatra, Justin Chambers as Marlon Brando and Anthony Ippolito as Al Pacino.
Producer: Teller plays film producer Albert S. Ruddy in The Offer, which recounts his experiences on set during the making of The Godfather
As Teller returns to work, TBEN.com revealed that production was halted on July 28, after Teller tested positive for COVID-19.
The actor was not vaccinated and even refused to take a COVID-19 test, and when he tested positive, filming was stopped.
“Miles Teller is not vaccinated. He wouldn’t even pass the test, ”the source told TBEN.com. “Now he brought the virus to the set and the whole set had to stop.”
Positive: As Teller returns to work, TBEN.com revealed production was halted on July 28, after Teller tested positive for COVID-19
“As a precaution, we have temporarily halted production… We will continue to follow all security protocols and monitor the situation closely,” a spokesperson for Paramount Television Studios told Deadline.
Filming has since resumed for The Offer and Teller has returned to the set, although it is not known how long the shoot will last or when it will debut on Paramount Plus.
Teller will next be seen as Bradley ‘Rooster’ Bradshaw in the sequel Top Gun: Maverick, in theaters on May 27, 2022.