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Bruce Willis movie continues filming Downtown

Movie magic takes over the streets of the Queen City as yet another film shoots in Cincinnati. (FOX19 NOW/Jessica Brown) Movie magic takes over the streets of the Queen City as yet another film shoots in Cincinnati. (FOX19 NOW/Jessica Brown)
A FOX19 NOW viewer spotted actors Chris Meloni and Dave Bautista downtown on the skywalk filming the movie "Marauders." A FOX19 NOW viewer spotted actors Chris Meloni and Dave Bautista downtown on the skywalk filming the movie "Marauders."

Movie magic is taking over the streets of the Queen City Monday as yet another film shoots in Cincinnati.

The action-thriller Marauders stars Bruce Willis along with Law & Order actor Christopher Meloni, Guardians Of The Galaxy‘s Dave Bautista and Entourage’s Adrian Grenier.

The film centers around a group of bank robbers who try to give stolen money to a charity, all the while being chased by a suicidal FBI agent.

The director, Steven C. Miller, filmed a scene on Saturday in front of the Stock Yards Bank on Race Street downtown.

On Monday, more scenes will be shot in that area between Fourth and Fifth streets. Crews will close that section of Race Street from Fourth to Fifth streets between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. 

Willis was not filming Saturday. It's uncertain if he will make an appearance at Monday’s filming.

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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