In Cincinnati, a new film starring Austin Butler, Tom Hardy, and Jodie Comer will be shot

This fall, Cincinnati will host the production of yet another A-list film.  Film Monday, Cincinnati announced that Austin Butler, Jodie Comer, and Tom Hardy will star in “The Bikeriders,” the upcoming film by director Jeff Nichols. In October, production will begin in Cincinnati.  Film Cincinnati’s Kristen Schlotman stated in a press release, “We are ecstatic to host this incredibly talented team and to offer tremendous opportunities to locals.” It’s a very exciting time for Cincinnati’s film industry presence.

Last week, Variety confirmed the film, which is named after the 1967 photography book by Danny Lyon. According to Film Cincinnati, it is “an original tale of a ’60s midwestern motorcycle club’s decade-long transformation from a community for outsiders into a much more sinister gang.” Recently, Butler starred in Baz Lhurmann’s Elvis biopic. Tom Hardy recently starred in “Venom” and “Venom 2,” while Comer has appeared in four seasons of the television drama “Killing Eve.”  Filming in Cincinnati: A docuseries inspired by Drew and Lea Lachey’s play will film in Cincinnati.

Did you know one of his final performances was in Cincinnati? “The Bikeriders” will be Nichols’ sixth film as a director, and his first since the 2016 premieres of “Midnight Special” and “Loving.” Fred Berger will produce the film. Sarah Green and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones will also produce alongside Nichols and Tri-State in conjunction with New Regency.  The film “Turtles All the Way Down,” based on the John Green novel of the same name, was shot in Cincinnati earlier this year.

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