Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston’s new movie The Untouchables will film in Philadelphia.
According to a press release by the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, Philadelphia will be the primary filming location early next year for The Weinstein Company’s The Untouchables.
The Untouchables stars Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and Philadelphia native, powerhouse comedian Kevin Hart in the US remake of the French comedy, The Intouchables. The movie follows an aristocrat who, after becoming a paraplegic following a paragliding accident, hires an unemployed man with a criminal record to be his caregiver.
This is news comes after Pennsylvania approves 30% film tax credits to help boost their film industry. From Variety:
Producers who come to Pennsylvania have a lot of financial lures to chase, including a 25% transferable tax credit on both above-the-line and below-the-line workers. The credit can be further boosted by 5% if a production uses qualified production facilities and meets minimum staging requirements.