Helmed by Travolta’s “Wild Hogs” director Walt Becker, the movie is shooting in Greenwich, Stamford and other parts of Fairfield County, the (Stamford, Conn.) Advocate reported Monday.
To accommodate their filming schedule, the Travolta family is renting a house on Round Hill Road, said the owner who did not want it identified for privacy reasons.
Travolta's publicist could not be reached for comment.
The movie, which is about two single friends and business partners who find themselves forced to care for 7-year-old twins, qualifies for the state's tax credit program, the newspaper noted.
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