MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WKRC) - Two Cincinnati natives announced they will be shooting a film in parts of Middletown, Monroe and Hamilton.
The faith-based drama/thriller "Alan and the Fullness of Time" is about a young boy's struggle with his calling and the evil powers at work to stop him.
Lucas Bentley, star of "A Kind of Murder" will return to Cincinnati to shoot the project.
The film is written and directed by Markus-Charles Cook and produced by Chase Crawford. Both are from the Cincinnati area.
Cook is a graduate of Cincinnati Christian School and Asbury University. He has made more than ten films.
Crawford is a graduate of Butler Tech and Monroe High School and has appeared in the Netflix hit show "House of Cards."
"Alan and the Fullness of Time" is slated to begin production in November with an anticipated release of late 2018.