Anna Faris, on set of the romantic comedy "What's Your Number?" at the 1.7-acre park
at Post Office Square in Boston's Financial District, filmed a wedding reception scene
with a certain male co-star over the weekend.

Yep, she's making out with Sudbury native Chris Evans.

Set designers worked with the already stunning green space that
sits atop an underground parking garage and has been named
one of the best squares and plazas in the world by PPS (project
for public spaces). The trees in the square were covered with
white, paper lanterns and the scene included a live band and
Faris wearing a stunning pink bridesmaid gown.

There were two overnight shoots slotted, one beginning at 3 p.m.
Friday, July 9 until 6 a.m. Saturday, July 10 and the second
beginning 3 p.m. Saturday, July 10 until 6 a.m. Sunday, July 11.
Production was affected on Saturday because of the torrential
rain and crews filmed on Sunday night to capture the entire
scene.

The made-in-Boston film features three wedding scenes, ranging
from a blue-collar bash to a big-fat Italian wedding to a young/
corporate soiree, scheduled for the film and Faris' onscreen
sister, and homegrown talent, Ari Graynor is apparently the bride
to be.

Meanwhile, Faris and a crew of extras caused a minor delay on
the MBTA's Red Line T on Sunday, according to a
blog post here.
Turns out that the doors closed on "The House Bunny" star while
filming and she ended up taking an impromptu ride to Porter
Square.
Anna Faris photos from 'What's Your Number?' set  
by Roland Hansen
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