"Cherry" Continues Filming on Cleveland's West Side

Cleveland - Production crews for the movie "Cherry" say someone stole equipment from their trucks in Cleveland this morning. A catalytic converter was allegedly taken from a truck parked on Chester Avenue.

The movie is being filmed across town, including in Gordon Square. Anyone with information on the theft should call police.

There are more road closures as the hometown Russo Brothers continue filming for their motion picture.

Detroit Avenue between West 65th Street and West 70th Street is closed Monday from 6am to 8pm as filming continues.

As for detours, the City of Cleveland says for those traveling Westbound:

head south on West 74th Street to Franklin Boulevard, Franklin Boulevard to West 65th Street, North to Detroit Avenue.

Meanwhile, if you're traveling Eastbound:

head south on West 65th Street to Franklin Boulevard, Franklin Boulevard to West 74th Street, north to Detroit Avenue.

The movie, starring Marvel's Spider-man Tom Holland, follows an Army medic who has returned from Iraq dealing with an opioid addiction and post traumatic stress disorder, who then begins robbing banks.

The movie set to debut sometime in 2020.

Photos by: Ken Robinson / WTAM 1100

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