Betty Anne Waters "moved in in October," says dental technician Russ Collins. Collins has had his office on the building's second floor since 1962; now, instead of dentists and doctors, his neighbors are staffers and interns for Innocence Productions. They dress like the construction workers, in jeans and hoodies, but work in offices labeled with taped-on computer printouts: "Extras Check-In," "Production Department," "Women's Fitting Room"-the last, the building's former pharmacy, its windows covered in brown paper. Around town, people compete to report Swa..."/>
The elder Collins even met the star. He was telling Innocence Productions staffers that he'd finally seen a Hilary Swank movie-Million Dollar Baby had been on TV the night before-when Swank herself walked up.