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'Tomorrowland,' George Clooney Movie, Films In Armstrong And Enderby

08/28/2013 09:51 EDT | Updated 10/28/2013 05:12 EDT
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US actor George Clooney arrives for the opening ceremony of the 70th Venice Film Festival and the screening of the movie 'Gravity' presented out of competition, on August 28, 2013 at Venice Lido. The Venice film festival kicks off today with the arrival of movie stars on water taxis for a dark line-up flush with fiendish tales of abuse, betrayal and survival. The world's oldest film festival opens with 'Gravity', a 3-D sci-fi thriller starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock as astronauts who are flung into deep space when a debris shower destroys their shuttle. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS (Photo credit should read GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images)
VERNON, B.C. - Wasps — not gawkers or paparazzi — appear to be the biggest problem on the set of a Disney movie shoot in British Columbia's North Okanagan.

"Tomorrowland," starring George Clooney and Hugh Laurie, began filming 10 days ago around the communities of Armstrong and Enderby.

John Trainor of the Okanagan Film Commission says the production team has been filming most of the time on a closed set located in a farm field.

He says the only problem has been wasps, but he says many people in the area are also having issues with the insects.

The first part of the shoot is expected to wrap up soon, but Trainor says the crew will return in September or October to finish up the movie. (CKIZ)

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