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New 'R.I.P.D.' Set Photo: Kevin Bacon Grabs a Floating Stephanie Szostak

October 11, 2011 (4:50 am) GMT
Additionally, there are some fresh on-set videos that show a car flipping through the air in a dramatic car crash scene at a street in front of Old State House Museum in Boston.

has been snapped grabbing the hand of floating on the Boston set of "". The filming of the said scene is captured in a newly shared picture which was taken during the shooting of the Robert Schwentke-directed movie at Batterymarch Street in the Financial District on Saturday, October 8.

In the photo, Bacon, who plays villainous Chase Wilkins, is seen donning a motion capture outfit, revealing that he will play some kind of CGI-enhanced creature in the movie. Meanwhile, Szostak, who plays the wife of ' Nick Walker, is seen hanging from a crane.

Aside from the new image, some fresh on-set footage of the upcoming action comedy film have been shared on the web. The videos show a dramatic car crash scene at a street right in front of Old State House Museum, Boston. According to onlookers, no cast members were spotted when the scene was taken.

"R.I.P.D." follows a murdered cop who is recruited to work in the Rest in Peace Department, a police force comprised of dedicated yet dead police officers who battle the deceased who refuse to go quietly. Also starring , , and James Hong, the movie is set to arrive in theaters across the U.S. on June 28, 2013.

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