Filming of ’10 Double Zero’, scheduled to happen in downtown BR, delayed until further notice

Filming of ’10 Double Zero’, scheduled to happen in downtown BR, delayed until further notice
The movie "10 Double Zero" was scheduled to film in downtown Baton Rouge Aug. 6 through 10, but has since been canceled until further notice. (Source: WAFB)

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - On Friday, Aug. 2, the Downtown Development District announced a movie scheduled to be filmed in downtown Baton Rouge has been delayed until further notice.

Filming of ’10 Double Zero’, scheduled to happen in downtown BR, delayed until further notice

The Baton Rouge Film Commission originally announced the day prior that the movie would be filmed, in part, in downtown.

According to IMDb, the movie is expected to star Nicolas Cage, directed by Christian Sesma, and written by Nick Vallelonga, Christian Sesma, and Paul Sloan.

DET. DAMON REEVES is infamous for crossing the line when he has to. After several fellow officers are killed in a brazen public shootout with bank robbers, Reeves and his partner, DET. ANGELA LAVEAU, set out on a personal vendetta to hunt down the cop killers. As they get closer to solving the crime, they soon find themselves the targets of a conspiracy in the ranks of the police force as the investigation leads right back to them.
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The movie, called “10 Double Zero,” was originally scheduled to be shot in downtown Baton Rouge beginning the morning on Tuesday, Aug. 6 through the evening of Saturday, Aug. 10, however, that has since been canceled. Several road closures in downtown Baton Rouge were also scheduled to accommodate filming; those have also been canceled.

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