Detroit is ‘very cool’: Actor Jon Hamm implores people to visit city after filming new movie
Enter: No Sudden Move, a feature film set in Detroit in the 1950s that has brought a star-studded cast to Metro Detroit for filming this fall. Beginning in September, stars like Jon Hamm, Don Cheadle and Benicio del Toro began production in Downtown Detroit and surrounding neighborhoods. “We all stayed in a hotel in Downtown Detroit...and, by the way, Detroit: If you get the chance, go visit. “But also strange making a movie where everybody has to be in masks until three seconds before they start rolling the cameras. The movie is slated to release on HBO Max, but no official release date has been set at this time.
On the search for stars while they film a movie in the D
There is a new feature film being made here in Detroit! No one is more excited than Kila Peeples, who is on a mission to see some of the stars of this movie. She explained some of the highlights about the movie, and how some local businesses are helping to welcome the cast and crew to the D. The film is called No Sudden Move, it stars Don Cheadle, Jon Hamm, David Harbour of Stranger Things fame, and many more famous actors. Kila spoke to Megan Lewis from DeVries & Company in Eastern Market and Tara Grey, owner of Gus and Grey Handcrafted Delights, who are creating baskets of artisans foods to welcome the stars. Watch the video above to hear how the cast is “jammin” in the D.
Filming begins in Detroit for major motion picture ‘No Sudden Move'
DETROIT – A whole bunch of trucks, cables and tents popped up in Rosedale Park on Tuesday, but it wasn’t a construction crew. For the first time in years, a major motion picture is being shot in Detroit. It centers around a group of small-time criminals who are hired to steal what they think is a simple document. There were lots of trucks, tents and people. The film is directed by Steven Soderbergh, who also directed “Out of Sight” in Detroit in 1998.