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Pierce Brosnan thriller 'Salvation Boulevard' to film in Dearborn next week
ByJessica Nunez | MLive.com
According to a press release sent out via email and posted by Dearborn blogger Said Deep at deepsaidwhat.com, the film will shoot at Ford Community and Performing Arts Center the week of May 10.
According to the release, they will film in the Hubbard Ballroom, theater and gym and patrons can expect some disturbance, although the facilities will remain open.
Shooting will also take place at Miller’s Bar, Ghafari, the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the Ritz Carlton.
"Salvation Boulevard" is a murder mystery set in the world of mega churches.
It stars Pierce Brosnan as a "former Deadhead-turned-born again-Christian (who) finds himself on the run from fundamentalist members of his mega-church who will do anything to protect their larger-than-life pastor."
It has also signed Jennifer Connely, Marisa Tomei, Ed Harris and Greg Kinnear on as cast members, so keep your eyes peeled for major stars next week in Dearborn.
AP photoKeep your eyes peeled for Pierce Brosnan in Dearborn next week. The 'James Bond' actor will be in town filming the indie thriller 'Salvation Boulevard.' The city of Dearborn will host the cast and crew of the indie thriller "
Nicholas Cage and Pierce Brosnan are to take the lead roles Roman Polanski's latest thriller THE GHOST.
"I'm going to go off and work with Mr Roman Polanski and Nic Cage on a film called 'The Ghost,'" Brosnan told MTV. "It's a thriller."
The film is based on a Robert Harris novel and will feature Brosnan as ex-British prime minister Adam Lang, who enlists Cage's character to write his memoirs.
Cage must choose between loyalty and his personal safety when he learns that Lang is embroiled in a political scandal.
Speaking to Variety when the project was first announced, Polanski commented: "I have been looking for a political thriller to direct for some time, and 'The Ghost' could not be more perfect."
Polanski, who directed the critically-acclaimed noir thriller CHINATOWN, recently criticised Hollywood studios for giving too much away in movie trailers, reports Showbiz Spy.