The District of Columbia will have a group of special guests this week; Michael B. Jordan and the crew of the movie Without Remorse, who are planning to film some scenes near Dupont Circle. Several streets will be shut down during the crew’s work.
The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) announced on Monday that Jordan’s movie filming was scheduled for Thursday, December 19 and published a list of the streets that would be closed on that day.
Drivers are asked to take into consideration the closures on the following streets that will be in place from approximately 6:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.:
- Corcoran Street, NW between 17th Street, NW & 19th Street, NW
- R Street, NW between 17th Street, NW & 19th Street, NW
- New Hampshire Avenue, NW between Riggs Place, NW & Q Street, NW
- 18th Street, NW between Riggs Place, NW and Q Street, NW
The department noted that parking restrictions should also be expected in the neighborhood and that all vehicles violating the emergency no parking signs would get tickets and be towed.
Without Remorse is based on a 1993 novel set during the Vietnam War, written by Tom Clancy. Jordan plays John Clark, a Navy SEAL, who “goes on a path to avenge his wife’s murder only to find himself inside of a larger conspiracy,” according to IMDB. The expected release date of the movie is September 18, 2020.
Here is an official teaser trailer of Without Remorse:
Jordan’s acting as Erik Killmonger in last year’s Black Panther won the “Best Villain” award in the MTV Movie + TV Awards and the “Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture” in Screen Actors Guild Awards, shared with the other Black Panther stars.