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Movie starring Jessica Biel to film in Cincinnati

Patrick Wilson and Jessica Biel (via Wikicommons) Patrick Wilson and Jessica Biel (via Wikicommons)
CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

Cincinnati will be home to another major motion picture starting this Winter.

“The Blunderer,” starring Jessica Biel and Patrick Wilson, directed by Andy Goddard and produced by Christine Vachon and Ted Hope of Killer Films, will shoot the entire film in Cincinnati, according to The Greater Cincinnati Film Commission.

The film is another adaptation of a Patricia Highsmith novel, “Stranger on a Train,” and “The Talented Mr. Ripley.”

This will be Killer Films second time to shoot a movie in Cincinnati in one year. “We had a great experience in Cincinnati on our film “Carol.” The Film Commission, the rebate, locations, infrastructure and welcoming people of Cincinnati brought us back,” said Vachon.

Production offices are open and filming begins on Nov. 17. Filming will be completed by Dec. 21.

According to the Cincinnati Film Commission, the film will have a significant economic impact in the Tri-State. So far, the film's production has spent $26 million directly impacting the local economy.

If you are interested applying to be an extra, send a headshot and email to blundererextrascasting@gmail.com

If you are interested in crew employment, and are qualified, send resume to: blunderermovie@gmail.com.

If you have a period car from 1960 or prior, send contact info to: blunderercars@gmail.com.

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