Entertainment News

Television & Film Productions

Did you know McLaren works on television and film productions? We have provided on-site engineering support (i.e. equipment support, rigging design, mechanical and structural engineering to design special effects, studio fit-out design, etc.) for various media including:

  • Limitless (CBS)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie
  • MLB Network Studio

TCS New York City Marathon Pavilion

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The New York City Marathon takes place on November 1st, but runners and supporters alike can enjoy an entire week of activities leading up to the big race at the TCS New York City Marathon Pavilion, located next to Tavern on the Green in Central Park. The facility will host a variety of running-themed events throughout the week including runs led by the New York Road Runners, Q&A sessions with expert nutritionists and healthcare professionals, book signings, and even film screenings. There will also be a shop where runners can stock up on all of the official NYC Marathon merchandise.

Guinness Book of World Records - Largest Hammock

King Digital Entertainment (also the creators of “Candy Crush”) celebrated the release of “Paradise Bay”, their new tropical-themed mobile game, by setting the Guinness World Record for the Largest Hammock. Actress Malin Ackerman attended this record setting event held at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey.

2015 U.S. Open Arthur Ashe Stadium

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McLaren provided engineering for the A/V fit-out for the new Arthur Ashe Stadium roof at the Billie Jean Tennis Center in Queens, New York, which is currently hosting the 2015 U.S. Open.

The Battery Conservancy SeaGlass Carousel Is Now Open

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McLaren’s Vice President of Entertainment, Bill Gorlin, P.E., S.E. joined the Battery Conservancy in a ribbon-cutting ceremony today, to celebrate the completion of the SeaGlass Carousel in lower Manhattan. This $16 million project combines modern, custom designed, multi-axis ride technology with state-of-the-art multimedia projections, music and lighting. Patrons ride inside glittering and rainbow hued translucent fish, which swim, swoop and swerve through a simulated underwater environment.