Prop warehouse in Worcester literally sets the scene for movies, TV, Netflix, streaming

WORCESTER — Christian Bale’s desk and Jennifer Lawrence’s kitchen from “American Hustle,” a locker to store proton packs (the primary ghost-capturing device) from 2016 unsuccessful reboot of “Ghostbusters,” the dinner table used by Liam Neeson in “Honest Thief” and  Adam Sadler’s coffin in “Hubie Halloween” are some of the oddities that pop up at Westerman Prop Warehouse.

Chances are, if you’ve watched a movie, TV show and streaming series that was filmed in New England in the last 15 years, a scene featured a prop or set from Westerman Prop Warehouse.

If the project was filmed in Worcester, it’s a given that Westerman was involved in the production.

And like the movie business in Massachusetts, business is booming at for the prop house.

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