Philly closing streets, detouring buses for Kevin Hart film

It will be hard to get around parts of Center City in Philadelphia as crews are in town to shoot a new Kevin Hart movie.

The motor-mouthed comedian won’t be in the city, nor will Bryan Cranston, the “Breaking Bad” actor who is co-starring with Hart. Their upcoming movies is called “Untouchable.”

The Philadelphia Film Office says movie crews will shut down West Market Street and JFK Boulevard between 15th and 20th streets. That will happen from 7 p.m. Friday until 7 a.m. Saturday.

Buses that use those streets will also be re-routed.

No principle actors will be involved in the filming.

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