A trail of tweets and photos prove that actor Nick Offerman was indeed in Minnesota this month.
He was part of a 17-day shoot in North Branch for an independent film called "The House of Tomorrow," according to The Pioneer Press. Offerman himself verified his presence with a simple tweet.
The movie, "The House of Tomorrow," was based on a novel by Macalester College professor Peter Bognanni, according to Minnesota Public Radio. MPR also reported that Minnesota proved to be a good location for shooting because of the state's high number of geodesic homes, a key component of the film.
The movie is a coming of age story about a boy raised by his grandmother in a geodesic dome who eventually has to leave the home, discovering punk music and romance on the way.
The film is likely to premiere at film festivals before hitting theaters.