Nick Offerman shot a movie in North Branch earlier this week


If you're someone who enjoys stalking movie stars, you missed a good opportunity earlier this week, as Nick Offerman was in Minnesota. While the former Parks and Recreation star has been known to stop by the Twin Cities every year or so to take the stage for a night of comedy, this trip was a little different, as he was in North Branch, Minnesota, filming a movie.

The cast looks pretty adorable:


It flew by, but I'll never forget this one, or Nick's face. ���� #HouseOfTomorrowFilm

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And while Offerman himself didn't share any Minnesota photos during his stay, he did share that he was having a blast in our fair state via his twitter:

Offerman was in town Tuesday to shoot scenes for The House of Tomorrow, an indie flick based on a novel by Macalester alum/professor Peter Bognanni (fellow Mac alum Tarik Karam is co-producing).

The story follows an isolated teenager, Sebastian, who grows up in a geodesic dome with his grandmother. When she becomes ill, Hugo ventures out into the world, befriending a punk-rock-loving teen with a heart condition.

The movie version stars Asa Butterfield, Alex Wolff, Ellen Burstyn, and Maude Apatow. 

Will they be returning for future shoots? Stay tuned.