While production is reportedly set to begin in mid-September, a short footage capturing the Victoria's Secret model and the 'Balls of Fury' actor in costume has made its way out.
"R.I.P.D." might have already begun its filming. Although the production of the supernatural action movie was reportedly set to start in mid-September in Boston, Collider has brought out a footage of Marisa Miller and James Hong filming a scene at Fenway Park over the weekend.
A reader named Mark, who shot the short clip, informed the site that the footage was taken during a match between the Red Sox and the A's last Saturday, August 27. In a companion note, he wrote, "Marissa Miller and James Hong were doing a scene when she leads him though the isle I was sitting in."
Slated for June 28, 2013 release in the U.S., "R.I.P.D." follows a murdered cop who is recruited to work in the Rest in Peace Department, a police force comprised of dedicated yet dead police officers who battle the deceased who refuse to go quietly. Robert Schwentke has been tapped to take on the directorial duty for the project.
In it, Victoria's Secret model Miller will be seen as the human avatar of Jeff Bridges' Bo, while "Balls of Fury" actor Hong takes on the human avatar of Ryan Reynolds's Nick Walker. The avatars are what ordinary people will see when Bo and Walker are walking around. Kevin Bacon, Mary-Louise Parker and Mike O'Malley also support the cast ensemble.