The bizarre moment a ‘Karen’ refuses to leave a Sydney park where Isla Fisher’s new TV show is being filmed – before ‘everyone CLAPS’ when she finally goes away
A video has gone viral on TikTok of an alleged disruption on the set of Stan’s new TV series Wolf Like Me in Sydney.
The video supposedly shows a man and a woman standing around a park while a stunt double for lead actress Isla Fisher tries to film an action scene.
According to TikTok user Caitlin Morris, who uploaded the video on Wednesday, the pair ‘decided it was a public place’ and refused to leave when asked.
On set: A video has gone viral on TikTok of an alleged disruption on the set of Stan’s new TV show Wolf Like Me in Sydney. The series stars Isla Fisher (pictured on June 15) in the lead role
The man and woman allegedly said they were ‘allowed to stand in the middle of the set’ where the stunt double was running past.
They also ‘showed paperwork’ they claimed granted them access to the park.
The crew on Wolf Like Me apparently clapped when ‘the Karen and her husband’ finally left.
Incident: The video supposedly shows a ‘Karen’ standing around a park while a stunt double for lead actress Isla Fisher runs past trying to film an action scene
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Stan for comment.
The stunt double’s clothing in the video matches the outfits worn by Isla, 45, and her stand-ins in photos taken on set on June 15.
The streaming platform announced in April that Wolf Like Me would be filmed in Australia.
Dispute: The woman and her male companion allegedly ‘showed paperwork’ they claimed granted them access to the park, even though filming was taking place
The Original Series is written by Aussie filmmaker Abe Forsythe, and is based on his own life experience.
The six-part series will also be directed by Forsythe and is being made in conjunction with NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock in the U.S.
Each episode of the drama series will run for 30 minutes.
Upcoming: Stan’s new six-part series Wolf Like Me stars Isla Fisher (pictured) and Josh Gad, and is written and directed by Aussie filmmaker Abe Forsythe
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