Christopher Walken is on the East End this week acting in When I Live My Life Over Again, a movie that a casting call says is a student film for Florida State University.
On Monday, Walken and the film crew were at Temple Israel in Riverhead, and then Wednesday the crew was filming an actor—not Walken—running on Coopers Beach. Also Wednesday, The Bentley on Hills Station Road was temporarily rebranded The SeaBreeze Motel for a scene.
The film also stars Amber Heard and reportedly filmed in East Hampton as well.
A casting call states the plot: “Jude’s life in New York City is going nowhere. Her career is a joke, her love life is in shambles, and she is having an affair with a married man who also happens to be her analyst. With little else to do, June retreats to the Hamptons, where her father Paul Lombard, legendary crooner of romantic ballads and timeless icon, is gearing up to make his big comeback. But for Jude, returning home for the first time in ages means facing her workaholic sister, her sister’s husband (for whom she still carries a torch), Paul’s intolerable fifth wife and worst of all—her father.”
Walken portrays Paul Lombard, for whom someone created a Wikipedia page.