Car lot becomes movie lot
BATON ROUGE - Film crews will be in a noticeable location when they start production soon on "Magnificent Seven."
Part of the remake of the 1960's hit will be shot at the old Robinson Brothers dealership near the intersection of Airline Highway and I-12. This week, crews moved in trailers and other production items. Filming starts May 18th.
The lot will be transformed into the old west for the movie.
Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke are set to star in the production which will be released in two years.
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