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The Lexington Flick movie theater was closed last night for the filming of “The Fighter,’’ the biopic about Lowell boxer "Irish" Micky Ward. Actor Mark Wahlberg, who plays Ward in the film, and Amy Adams, who costars as his girlfriend, were working at the Mass. Ave. cinema well into the evening, filming in front of the Flick building and in one of its screening rooms. “The Fighter,’’ which costars Christian Bale, wraps next Wednesday. Check out pics of other stars shooting in Boston here.


Caption: Mark Wahlberg and Amy Adams walk back to their positions between takes during filming of a scene for "The Flighter" outside the Lexington Flick. JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE

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