Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The Tom Cruise movie partly filmed last year will premiere in Pittsburgh on Dec. 15.
Pittsburgh will play host to the premiere of a Tom Cruise movie that was filmed in several local communities last year. "Jack Reacher," originally named "One Shot" after the novel the story is based on, will premiere at the SouthSide Works Cinema Dec. 15. According to a report from WPXI, Tom Cruise and co-stars Robert Duvall and Rosamund Pike are expected to return to Pittsburgh to attend the premiere, which is the first film premiere the city has hosted in several decades. A portion of the movie was filmed on Pinehurst Avenue in Dormont last November, in the home of Peggy White and her family. White talked to Dormont-Brookline Patch last December about the experience of having a film crew working in her house. "Jack Reacher" is scheduled …
Sunday, July 22, 2012
This movie, starring Tom Cruise, was filmed in the Pittsburgh area over the winter.
The trailer for "Jack Reacher," a movie that was filmed in the Pittsburgh area over the winter, has been released. The movie, which was named "One Shot" during filming, stars Tom Cruise, Robert Duvall and Rosamund Pike. In December, film crews and actors were on set at an Eleventh Street home in Oakmont. The movie also filmed in Dormont, Sewickley and other areas throughout Pittsburgh. Here is a synopsis of the movie plot, according to the Internet Movie Database: "In an innocent heartland city, five are shot dead by an expert sniper. The police quickly identify and arrest the culprit, and build a slam-dunk case. But the accused man claims he's innocent and says 'Get Jack Reacher.' Reacher (Tom Cruise) sees the news report and turns up in …
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
A roundup of the region's top stories for Wednesday, Dec. 14.
Here are today's top stories from Patch site in your area: Still No Clues in Bridgeville Man's Disappearance Holiday Fundraiser for Duttine Family Set for Dec. 18 at Saint Elizabeth's Snatchko’s Charges Stick No Injuries Reported in Cecil House Fire Debate Over Whether to Keep KO Schools Open Ends with ‘Yes’ PHOTOS: 'One Shot' Films in Oakmont
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
A roundup of the region's top local stories for Wednesday, Dec. 7.
Here are the week's top stories from Patch sites in your area: Car Fire Spreads to House in Upper St. Clair Bridgeville Pastor Leads Opening Prayer for Congress at U.S. Capitol WATCH: Jerome Bettis Honors Baldwin's Brown as Player of the Year Dormont Family Gets ‘One Shot’ to See House on the Big Screen A Simple Question Turns into a Merry Christmas for Local Kids