Part of Tom Hanks’ next movie will be shot in Bellevue – CBS Pittsburgh
By: KDKA-TV News Staff
BELLEVUE (KDKA) — There are emerging details about a movie starring Tom Hanks that is set to shoot in Pittsburgh.
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The Bellevue Borough Police Department said “Man Called Otto,” the working title for the adaptation of “A Man Called Ove,” has begun setting up a set in Gilliland Place.
Filming at this location is expected to last until the end of March.
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Officers advised residents to be aware that parking in this area may be affected during this time.
“Production equipment and vehicles will use much of Shiloh Avenue during the project,” Bellevue Borough Police said. “The Laurel and Irwin Avenue areas will be reserved for residential parking and on-site logistics staff are developing identification markers for residents’ vehicles. Signs will be posted today on Shiloh Ave indicating the dates and days that parking will be restricted.
It is unknown at this time if Hanks will act in this specific location.
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Members of the film crew will be on hand to assist residents with any issues they encounter.