“Looking” Is Back! Production on Movie Begins in San Francisco!

Will Patrick end up with Richie? Are Agustin and Eddie destined for forever status? Will Dom finally get to realize his dreams? How about a happily-ever-after for Doris? And where is Kevin?

These are just some of the questions that are bound to come up now that the “Looking” movie is starting production in San Francisco.

The HBO series ran two seasons before cancellation, but, thankfully, creator Michael Lannan, director Andrew Haigh and cast (Jonathan Groff, Murray Bartlett, Frankie J. Alvarez, Raul Castillo, Lauren Weedman and Daniel Franzese) are back for one more go to wrap up the story of a group of gay men and their friends in the city by the Bay. (Catch up on the first two seasons on XFINITY TV!)

And while there’s not much to tell at this point in terms of story (except that noticeably missing from the photos was Russell Tovey, who just started “A View from a Bridge” on Broadway), social media has been lighting up with posts by Franzese, Castillo and Lannan. Here’s a look at what we saw.

It's happening!!! (Instagram - Raul Castillo)

Do you remember where Patrick and Richie first met in the pilot? (Instagram - Raul Castillo)

Weedman, Bartlett, Alvarez, Groff and Castillo during the table read. (Instagram - Michael Lannan)

Director Andrew Haigh looks over the script. (Instagram - Michael Lannan)

 

Frankie J. Alvarez and Daniel Franzese, together again. (Instagram - Daniel Franzese)

Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett and Franzese. (Instagram - Daniel Franzese)

Groff, Alvarez and Franzese. (Instagram - Daniel Franzese)

The whole gang together for a group pose. "Looking" is back! (Facebook - Daniel Franzese)

The “Looking” movie is set to air in early 2016 on HBO.

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