Hollywood director Ron Howard filming F1 blockbuster Rush at Cadwell Park
A HOLLYWOOD film director is currently shooting scenes for his new blockbuster at a Wolds race track.
Oscar-winning director Ron Howard, started filming at Cadwell Park on Monday for his new film, Rush.
The film centres around the infamous rivalry in the 1970s between F1 legends James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
Filming continues today and tomorrow from 9am to 5pm.
Filming has already taken place at the Snetterton race track where some spectators had a chance to speak to the director when he took time out from filming.
Ron Howard has directed a number of Hollywood blockbusters including Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind and The Da Vinci Code, where he filmed scenes at Lincoln Cathedral.
Gerald Parkes, owner of the Playhouse Cinema in Louth is looking forward to showing a film which has a local connection.
He said: "American films which are perceived as British often do get the biggest audiences.
"This will be my third film with a local connection over the years. In Keighley I showed the Railway Children and in Harrogate I showed All Creatures Great and Small where we were the local cinema for James Herriot. The local connection saw the theatres being full all the time."
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