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Bruce Willis movie to film in Cincinnati

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Another major motion picture starring an A-list celebrity will start filming in Cincinnati this month.

Bruce Willis, best known for the Die Hard series, Law & Order actor Christopher Meloni and Guardians Of The Galaxy‘s Dave Bautista will star in Marauders, a Steven C. Miller-directed action thriller.

“We are thrilled to land another movie to be filmed in Greater Cincinnati,” said Kristen Erwin Schlotman, executive director of the Greater Cincinnati Film Commission. “As more details about the production become available, we will release them.”

Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films will produce and finance the film and release through its U.S. deal with Lionsgate Premiere.

Michael Cody and Chris Sivertson wrote the script.

This is the fourth time in recent years the Queen City has served as backdrop in a major film.

Movies starring James Franco and Jessica Biel were shot at several Tri-State areas earlier this year.

Carol, starring Cate Blanchett, filmed in 2014 and is generating Oscar buzz for the upcoming award season.

Want to be an extra in Marauders? Send an E-mail to Maraudersextras@gmail.com for info. 

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