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August: Osage County Celebrity Sightings in Tulsa

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Juliette Lewis tweeted this Instagram shot earlier today. Juliette Lewis tweeted this Instagram shot earlier today.

The Twitter-sphere has been humming with activity after some of the cast of August: Osage County has been spotted out and about town.

One viewer sent us this candid shot of George Clooney outside of the Mayo Building in Tulsa.

Here are some other reactions to the actors roaming about Oklahoma:

@OfficiallyAlly "Evidently, George Clooney is in town. George Clooney AND @carrieryan?! Tulsa, we are doing it RIGHT!"

@hrose1127 "George Clooney is big kicking it on Brookside today in Tulsa. He is obviously on his way to my house. We're boyfriend and girlfriend. Duh"

‏@J_D_Steffins "Rumor has it that George Clooney is in Downtown Tulsa! Someone lock up my mother. #forreal"

‏@stinershelby "George Clooney is in Oklahoma right now!? How did I not know this? #stalkingbeginsnow"

‏@bjbisel "Y'all, George Clooney is in Oklahoma. Right now. At this moment. Round up the #searchparty."

‏@CarrieNetherton "There's apparently a lot of August Osage County cast sightings around Tulsa - I need to get out more!"

Even the cast of August: Osage County has been tweeting about their experiences working here in Oklahoma.

Ewan McGregor, who was in Trainspotting and Moulin Rouge, tweeted "Night shoot tonight in Oklahoma. Didn't get enough sleep during the day so we'll see how it goes. Good scene though. Proper argument."

Juliette Lewis, previously in From Dusk Till Dawn with George Clooney, has also been spotted around town. Lewis tweeted a picture of herself with musician Jack White at The Dust Bowl.

‏@JulietteLewis "My "imaginary boyfriend" and I go bowling all the time. He's super supportive too. http://instagr.am/p/RN0F2FEzzA/"

Other fans of the cast have had unexpected run ins:

‏@ost8fan "Just landed in Tulsa and ran into Meryl Streep. #AugustOsageCounty"

Talmadge Powell ‏@talmadgepowell #GeorgeClooneySighting @Biga with @talmadgepowell @toddpyland and Pat Chernicky #AugustOsageCounty pic.twitter.com/rwrgwvTU

Putnam Wines posted on Facebook, "George Clooney dined last night at Biga in Tulsa. Guess what prosecco he regularly drinks, and that he enjoyed last night while in Tulsa? Sommariva Prosecco Superiore. Really." 

If you catch sight of the August: Osage County cast, be sure to tweet us your photos, post them on our Facebook or email us! Let us know what you think about the filming of this movie.

 

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