Production of the DreamWorks' time-travel thriller "Glimmer," starring Jeremy Allen White, has been postponed. It had been expected to start shooting soon in Pittsburgh.
"We are pushing production on 'Glimmer' until next year because of our actors' schedules. And until we have a start date, we don't know where we'll shoot, but Pittsburgh would remain one of our options," a studio spokesperson said.
The story follows teens who discover a portal to the past but when one of them changes history, the effects tragically snowball.
"We're very disappointed that DreamWorks is not able to move forward with their production of 'Glimmer' at this time. We've made two feature films with DreamWorks in the past and expect to be working with them again in the future," Dawn Keezer, director of the Pittsburgh Film Office, said.
"In the meantime, we're hoping to replace the production with other work for our film crew," Ms. Keezer added.
The tax credit the studio would have received would be available for another TV or film project. DreamWorks shot "She's Out of My League" and "I Am Number Four" here.neigh_city - moviesvideo