Looks Like Downtown Montreal Transformed Into Baltimore For A New Hollywood Movie (VIDEO)

It could be a movie starring Shailene Woodley!
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Misanthrope Movie Starring Shailene Woodley Spotted Filming In Downtown Montreal (VIDEO)

Take a walk through Montreal this month and you might find yourself in Baltimore. Misanthrope, an upcoming movie starring Shailene Woodley and directed by Damián Szifron, is currently filming in the city.

Photographer Stéphane Prud'homme says he captured a set for the film in downtown Montreal on Sunday, February 7.

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A video he posted to TikTok and shared above shows an assortment of law enforcement and first responder vehicles presumably on-site for the production. "City of Baltimore" is visible on one ambulance.

Prud'homme's video also shows at least a dozen film trailers.

According to ACTRA Montreal, local filming for Misanthrope is set to wrap up on March 10.

Variety reported in 2019 that the movie follows "a talented but troubled cop who is recruited by the FBI to help profile and track down a murderer." 

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