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Russo Bros Wanted to Shoot 'Infinity War' in Cleveland

LeBron James, SpringHill Entertainment bringing Cleveland sitcom to NBC

It’s getting even hotter in Cleveland.
LeBron JamesSpringHill Entertainment group and producer Bill Lawrence (Scrubs, Spin CIty) will use Cleveland as the setting of a new NBC sitcom.
The show, titled There Goes the Neighborhood, follows “the first white family to move into a predominantly black, newly gentrified neighborhood in Cleveland.” Cleveland.com described it as a reverse Jeffersons.
Neil Goldman, Garrett Donovan and Ron Funches will write and co-executive produce.
James’ SpringHill Entertainment, part of LRMR Management, sold a second series to NBC as well. The drama is based on the life of Dr. James Andrews, a sports medicine surgeon.
SpringHill and James already have two shows on the air - Cleveland Hustles on CNBC and Survivor’s Remorse on Starz. A third, The Wall, is a game show set to debut on NBC.
There Goes the Neighborhood will join other sitcoms set in Northeast Ohio, including The Drew Carey Show, Hot in Cleveland, Third Rock from the Sun and Hope & Faith.

Adam Scott returns to Cleveland for 'Little Evil'

Adam Scott, best known for his role as Ben Wyatt on Parks & Rec, is back in Northeast Ohio shooting the new Netflix horror-comedy Little Evil.
Scott spent time in the Buckeye State last summer shooting My Blind Brother with Jenny Slate and Nick Kroll. Locations for Brother included Lakewood and Westlake.
Evangeline Lilly co-stars. You’ll know Lilly from her role as Hope Van Dyne in Ant-Man and the upcoming Ant-Man and The Wasp, as well as Kate on Lost. Eli Craig directs from a script he wrote. Craig made the cult classic Tucker and Dale vs Evil.
The film will shoot in part at Greenwood Farm in Richmond Heights. The historic farm served as a location for the horror film The Bye Bye Man as well.
Little Evil is about a man who marries a woman only to discover that her 6-year-old son may be the Antichrist.
The film also stars Ohio-native Clancy Brown.
Little Evil will debut on Netflix sometime in 2017.