CINCINNATI — Actor Mark Ruffalo is saying, “Thank you Cincy,” following his time in the Queen City for the filming of one of his latest movies, “Dry Run.”
In a tweet Tuesday, Ruffalo called Cincinnati “beautiful,” and said he worked with “great local talent” and “first-rate crews.”
Ruffalo also hinted that a return to Cincinnati is possible for the star.
“Thank you for welcoming the cast and crew with open arms and your hospitality,” Ruffalo tweeted. “Until next time!”
Spent the last few weeks shooting in the beautiful city of Cincinnati for my latest project with Todd Haynes. Great local talent, first-rate crews, & a wonderful place to make a movie. Thank you for welcoming the cast and crew with open arms & your hospitality 💚 Until next time! pic.twitter.com/LZ3Nx2GqEw
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) March 12, 2019
“Dry Run” is based on the true story of Cincinnati defense attorney Robert Bilott, played by Ruffalo, who filed an environmental lawsuit against chemical company DuPont and exposed decades of chemical pollution.
The film also stars Anne Hathaway, Bill Pullman and Tim Robbins, according to IMDb. Todd Haynes directed the film.
“Dry Ridge” crews were spotted in downtown Cincinnati and Hamilton over the course of several weeks in early 2019.
The film is listed as being in “post-production” on IMDb. A release date has not been set.