Justin Timberlake & Ben Affleck ready to start filming Runner Runner


Justin Timberlake, Leonardo Dicaprio and Ben Affleck will leave $35 million in Puerto Rico

Finally a bit more info on the shooting of Runner Runner. Primera Hora a local newspaper from Puerto Rico reports the following news:

The filming of this new Hollywood Mega-production is just around the corner, because in just 2 weeks this remarkable duo of actors will begin shooting their respective scenes.

The arrival of this film in Boricua land is another achievent of Mariella Perez, executive director of the Film Corporation in Puerto Rico, whose law of incentives attracts projects of this magnitude.

The places to be used for the filming of Runner Runner will be diverse, La Primera Hora has learned.
For more than 2 months filming will move across different sectors of Arecibo, San Juan, Ceiba, Fajardo, Carolina and Loiza.

Runner Runner will begin filming during the last week of June under the hot Caribbean sun. Affleck and Timberlake will be approximately 60 days in Puerto Rico working on this new cinematographic proposal. That means, the shooting will end in late August. During this time several roadways will be closed for the performance of action scenes.

The Department of Transportation and Public Works confirmed to this newspaper that when the shooting program is defined, they will inform to the public which roads will be closed and when, and also alternate routing options. This information will be provided by advertising in mainstream media.

The project which has Leonardo Dicaprio as one of the producers will generate 35 million dollars for Puerto Rico.

2 Responses

amitiss Says:

that’s sounds we won’t see JT in whole summer :(

aruba Says:

I was recommended this web site by my cousin.
I am not sure whether this post is written by him as no one else
know such detailed about my problem. You’re amazing! Thanks!

Leave a Comment

Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.

June 7, 2012