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Who wants to rob a bank?

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Bruce Willis movie director hints at Cincy filming spots

CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

We know Bruce Willis’ Cincinnati-shot action-thriller centers around a group of bank robbers and a bank owner – so it makes since that the director of Marauders recently stopped by an old bank vault in downtown.

Steven C. Miller posted a photo to his Instagram of the old underground bank vaults inside the historic Renaissance Hotel with the caption “Who wants to rob a bank?”

The bank vault isn’t the only shooting location hint he’s dropped. One photo shows a crew member standing at West 7th street and another of an old bank building on 4th street with the caption “Foreshadowing.”

It’s unclear when production officially starts, but in the meantime, Miller is taking in some the Queen City attractions. He’s been to a Reds game, complimented the coffee at Covington’s Left Bank Coffeehouse and taken in quite a few views of the Cincy skyline.

Law & Order actor Christopher Meloni and Guardians Of The Galaxy‘s Dave Bautista will star in Marauders alongside Willis.

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.

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