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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Helen Hunt Has a Rockin' Start to Her Time Filming in Cleveland

Posted By on Tue, May 22, 2018 at 2:58 PM

Helen Hunt may be busy making a movie in the Land, but that doesn't mean she's not making time to get to know the city.

Hunt first indicated she was in Ohio last week, tweeting a photo of watching the Riverdale season finale while on a lunch break from shooting her upcoming horror film, I See You. Hunt tweeted, "Oops ... Is that blood on my hand?," letting her followers know that this upcoming film will in fact be a "scarrrrry movie."
The Oscar winner seemed to enjoy her visit at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame over the weekend as well, posting on both her Twitter and Instagram accounts a photo of John Lennon's glasses, as well as a photo of her in front of the Hall of Fame, tweeting, "If you haven't seen it, get here!" 
Hunt's upcoming film, I See You, is a horrific thriller which stars Hunt as the wife of a lead investigator in a child abduction case whose husband (Jon Tenney) is struggling to forgive her infidelity. Meanwhile the couple's family is plagued by strange phenomena. The film is currently in production in Lakewood, Ohio.

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