A Look At The Final Robin Williams Film Shot In East Nashville

Dated: 06/19/2015

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by TJ Anderson


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There’ve been a lot of films and TV shows filmed in Nashville in recent years, but maybe one of the most anticipated over the past year: Boulevard, the final film from comedy legend Robin Williams.


A lot of the movie — with Williams in a dramatic role, playing a lonely husband who finally finds his true self in middle age — was filmed in Inglewood, in the former bank building that’s now home to Sip Cafe


In the newly released trailer, you can see the building’s historic checkerboard facade (it dates back to the early ‘60s, and has the cool style to show it), at around the 1:30 mark:




Boulevard is due out on July 10, and early film fest reviews give the sense that Williams was once again remarkable in a dramatic role, as he consistently was in comedic ones.


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TJ Anderson

TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a home and sell a home in Nashville, Tennessee. He blogs about Nashville regularly, from Nashville-area....

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