Movie Shoot Will Shut Down One Of Grand Island Bridges, Sunday
You've probably heard that "The Quiet Place 2" has been shooting around Buffalo. Well, if you live in Grand Island or were heading there on Sunday, there may be some delays.
The Quiet Place team have gotten permission to close off one of the Grand Island Bridges this Sunday,
Channel Two reports,
The northbound South Grand Island Bridge will be closed Sunday, August 25, from midnight until 1 p.m. to accommodate the cast and crew. All traffic traveling northbound on the Niagara section of the Thruway (I-190) entering onto the island will be diverted to a single lane of the southbound South bridge during that time.
Additionally, exit 17 entrance ramp from River Road to the I-190 North will be closed.
River Road traffic looking to go north on the 190 will need to enter the highway north from Grand Island Boulevard. New York State Police will be conducting periodic traffic slowdowns and stoppages for southbound and northbound vehicles.The Thruway Authority says to expect severe delays in the area, especially after 9 a.m. and are encouraging drivers to avoid the area if possible.
Quiet Place two will once again star John Krasinski. Krasinski will also direct again. The original film made 340.9 million dollars.