Cleveland charged the filmmakers of the new Captain America movie more than $200,000 for filming in the city streets.
CLEVELAND - Cleveland will be the site of another movie shooting, the Greater Cleveland Film Commission announced Thursday.
"Jenny's Wedding," starring Katherine Heigl ("Knocked Up") and Tom Wilkinson ("The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," "Michael Clayton") will begin filming Monday.
"Cleveland is resonating within the film industry and we are thrilled that the local workforce has been very busy this year through multiple productions," said Ivan Schwarz, President of the Greater Cleveland Film Commission.
The announcement comes on the heels of the release of the trailer for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," which was shot in Cleveland last summer and features several action scenes set before some of the city's most recognizable backdrops.
A Cleveland State University study estimates that the 27 projects that have taken advantage of the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Incentive since its 2009 inception have generated $127 million in economic impact.
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Two major films being shot at the same time would not have been an easy feat for many other cities.
If you heard or hear shots fired in the area of West 3rd Street and Lakeside Avenue near the Shoreway, it's most likely from "Captain America: Winter Soldier" filming.
Cleveland police say part of the fence around a home holding pages from the first Superman story was destroyed by an alleged drunken driver.
Two big stars from the movie "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" spent some time with some fans in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood Wednesday night.
The Gordon Square neighborhood will be giving sweet treats to Detroit Avenue drivers Thursday and Friday as "Captain America: Winter Soldier" filming has created a commuter conundrum.
Film crews thrill local crowds with explosions and gun-wielding actors within view.
The West Shoreway continues to be closed this week for the filming of Marvel's "Captain America: Winter Soldier."
The owner of a downtown Cleveland parking lot filed a temporary restraining order against the production companies involved in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier".
More than $1,900 was taken from the set of "Draft Day" at the Cleveland Browns headquarters in Berea, according to a police report.