What we know about the cast of ‘Dry Run,’ filming in the Cincinnati area

Mark Ruffalo (Left, photo credit Gage Skidmore) and Anne Hathaway (Right, photo credit Rene G) are set to star in “Dry Run.”

On the heels of “Gotti” and “The Strangers: Prey at Night,” Cincinnati is kicking off the new year as the backdrop to yet another major Hollywood film.

“Dry Run,” set for a 2019 release, is based on a true story about a Cincinnati lawyer, Robert Bilott, who filed a lawsuit against a chemical company for environmental violations.

The movie will bring some heavy hitters to the Tri-State, including Anne Hathaway (Ocean’s 8, The Devil Wears Prada), Tim Robbins (The Shawshank Redemption, Bull Durham), and Mark Ruffalo (Spotlight, The Avengers).

Director Todd Haynes returns to the area after shooting “Carol” here in 2015.

Though most of the filming is expected to take place inside office buildings, commuters may experience delays throughout Hamilton County and Hamilton, Ohio in the coming weeks.

Monday film times will be from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., and downtown Cincinnati parking restrictions are as follows:

  • North side of Sixth Street between Main and Sycamore
  • East side of Main Street between Sixth and Seventh  streets
  • South side of Seventh Street between Vine and Sycamore
  • North side of Ninth Street between Race and Plum
  • South side of Ninth Street between Race and Elm
  • Both sides of Elm Street between Ninth and Richmond
  • Both sides of Race Streets between Third and Fourth

There will also be parking restrictions in Hamilton, Ohio:

  • From 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. intermittent traffic control where Park, Gray, Beal, and Haven meet
  • From 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. intermittent traffic control on Park from Edgewood to Beal
  • No Street Parking on Park from Edgewood to Haven for filming
  • No Street Parking on Gray from Park to Emerson
  • Close Edgewood from Main to Virginia for trucks
  • Use parking lane of Main from Edgewood to Beal for trucks

Traffic will be allowed in areas where filming is taking place, but commuters should expect delays. For more information about road and lane closures, check out Roadmap Cincy and the City of Cincinnati’s Twitter pages.