From the016.com: Ryan Reynolds’ Summer Blockbuster to Film in Worcester

From the016.com: Ryan Reynolds’ Summer Blockbuster to Film in Worcester

The following is Friday’s lead story from our media partners at the016.com.

WORCESTER -The new movie with Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool, The Proposal) will be filming in downtown Worcester next week.

“Free Guy” will be filming at Brew on the Grid, 56 Franklin St., on Wednesday. The shoot will halt traffic in and around the location, according to a flyer given to neighborhood residents and businesses.

According to the flyer, traffic will be restricted on Franklin, Portland, Federal and Church streets on Wednesday. In addition, parking will be restricted for preparation and wrap from Sunday to Friday.

The flyer twice names the movie to be filmed as “Level Up.” There is no current production for a movie of that name, according to imdb.com, and a message at the phone number on the flyer refers to the Locations Department for “Free Guy.”

On Tuesday, 20th Century Fox released a photo of the cast and director Shawn Levy (above). Levy directed the Night at the Museum trilogy and the Netflix series Stranger Things. 

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Lead photo: The cast of “Free Guy” includes, from left, Joe Keery, Ryan Reynolds, Jodie Comer, “Free Guy” director Shawn Levy, Taika Waititi, and Utkarsh Ambudkar. (Photo: 20TH CENTURY FOX)


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