Greta Gerwig never thought “Lady Bird” would make Sacremento a tourist hotspot.
Visiting “The Late Late Show with James Corden” along with Gary Oldman, the “Lady Bird” director revealed her film caused quite a buzz in the movie’s setting, her hometown of Sacremento.
The house featured in the Oscar-nominated movie is now the site of a walking tour, and some residents are unfortunately caught in the middle of it.
“I think they’re okay, but I feel so badly, because I didn’t know and they certainly couldn’t have known that this is what would end up happening,” Gerwig said of the residents of the now-famous blue house.
Continuing, “They were so sweet when I asked, ‘Oh, can I use your house?’ And they said, ‘Yes, of course.’ And now this, now this! It’s a beautiful house!”
Fun fact, Gerwig now also has a snack combo named after her.
“Lady Bird” is nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Director.