Oh, and this is also the bank where Kevin Nealon works in The Wedding Singer, which apparently makes him a co-worker of Jim Carrey's character in The Mask, Stanley Ipkiss. Note that both bank employees seem to be checking out the boobies of the person in front of them:
New Line Cinema, New Line Cinema
Sorry, Cameron, but you just can't compete with Sandler's rack.
As the Mask, Ipkiss later robs the safe in the same bank ...
New Line Cinema
... which has also been visited by Johnny Depp and Benicio del Toro in Blow (this time it's supposed to be in South America) ...
New Line Cinema
... and Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2.
"FREEZE! PUT THE FEDORA DOWN!"
And finally, lest you think the security in this bank sucks, Jennifer Garner once stopped a robbery here in an episode of Alias ...
Why did everyone suddenly stop casting Jennifer Garner in action roles?
... in the same place where she later danced to "Thriller" by herself in 13 Going on 30.
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