1. A still from "MerPeople," Netflix's four-part documentary series that revolves around mermaid culture. The series includes mermaids from Tampa Bay's own Weeki Wachee Springs State Park.
  2. Annette Kowalski and "The Joy of Painting" host Bob Ross met in Clearwater and agreed to become business partners over dinner at a Waffle House.
  3. Paula Gutierrez smiles holding the MAC-11 handgun that was later used to kil Tampa Police Officer Lois Marrero in 2001.
  4. Rhys Lynn, the first assistant camera operator, and Virginia Bryant, the unit production manager, are pictured on the set of "Valentine's Town," which filmed in Dunedin in April.
  5. John Bell, president and CEO of the Tampa Theatre in Tampa, gives a tour. An upcoming three-year, $21 million renovation will preserve the historic look while ushering in a new era, adding a second screen and a third-floor event space.
  6. The scene outside Paramount Studios on Melrose Avenue after the Writer's Guild of America brought members out with picket signs in front of studios across Los Angeles
  7. Michael Alfieri, left, and Mario Garcia on the set of "The Throwback," which was filmed in Tampa Bay. Alfieri produced and Garcia wrote and directed the movie.
  8. Joseph Moore looks out of a window at his home in Jacksonville on Dec. 7, 2021. Moore worked for nearly 10 years as an undercover informant for the FBI, infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan in Florida, foiling at least two murder plots, according to investigators, and investigating ties between law enforcement and the white supremacist organization. "From where I sat, with the intelligence laid out, I can tell you that none of these agencies have any control over any of it. It is more prevalent and consequential than any of them are willing to admit."
  9. Dog trainer Cassie Kennedy, her dog Beck and actor Dean Cain are pictured on the set of "R.A.D.A.R.: Adventures of the Bionic Dog," which was shot in Dunedin.
  10. rosecutors in New Mexico plan to drop an involuntary manslaughter charge against Alec Baldwin in the fatal 2021 shooting of a cinematographer on the set of the Western film “Rust,” Baldwin’s attorneys said Thursday.
  11. Martin Kove and Susan Gallagher star in "A Taste of Love," which was filmed in Dunedin. It premieres at the Sunscreen Film Festival on April 27.
  12. Rachel McAdams and Abby Ryder Fortson in "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret."
  13. Owen Wilson in the film "Paint."
  14. The annual Tampa Bay Screams convention celebrates the horror film genre.
  15. Burt Reynolds, left, and Norman D. Golden II during the filming of the “Cop & ½” movie.
  16. Rachel Korine, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, James Franco and Vanessa Hudgens star in the 2013 film "Spring Breakers."
  17. Producer Chris Leto sets up a camera in front of a grandfather clock during the filming of “The Clock” on March 20, 2023, in Brooksville.
  18. Mike and Christine Ortoll. Christine died of a drug overdose in Nov. 2020. Her father is now producing documentaries to honor her desire to help others struggling with addiction.
  19. Spring Breakers, written and directed by Harmony Korine and rated R, was largely filmed in Pinellas County.
  20. Actor Sung Kang at the premiere of "Fast and Furious 6" in 2013.
  21. This image released by A24 shows Michelle Yeoh in a scene from "Everything Everywhere All at Once." (Allyson Riggs/A24 via AP)
  22. Alex Hintz, left, as Arthur, Casey Metcalfe as Marlon, Matthew von der Ahe as Craig, Ashton Gunning as Cody, Tom Sinclair as Blair, Joshua Felder as Darius, James Day Keith as Benny, Madison Tevlin as Cosentino, Kevin Iannucci as Johnathan and Bradley Edens as Showtime in director Bobby Farrelly's "Champions."
  23. Actors Erin Cahill, left, Martin Kove and Susan Gallagher work on a scene during the production of the romance film "A Taste of Love" in July 2021 at Edgewater Park in Dunedin.
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