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Shooting wraps up in Chilliwack

Filming for ‘Monster Truck’ wrapped up in downtown Chilliwack on Wednesday, but not before a brief reunion of some of the key players in the live-action/computer animation action flick. The two vehicles on the left were not part of the local filming. They were brought in briefly under wraps so production officials could have a look. The scheduled release of the movie is 2015.  - Greg Knill/ Progress
Filming for ‘Monster Truck’ wrapped up in downtown Chilliwack on Wednesday, but not before a brief reunion of some of the key players in the live-action/computer animation action flick. The two vehicles on the left were not part of the local filming. They were brought in briefly under wraps so production officials could have a look. The scheduled release of the movie is 2015.
— image credit: Greg Knill/ Progress

Filming for ‘Monster Truck’ wrapped up in downtown Chilliwack on Wednesday, but not before a brief reunion of some of the key players in the live-action/computer animation action flick.

The two vehicles on the left were not part of the local filming. They were brought in briefly under wraps so production officials could have a look.

Downtown Chilliwack was the scene of eight days of filming, spread over three weeks.

The scheduled release of the Paramount production is 2015.

The star power for the $100 million film includes Amy Ryan (The Office) and veteran actor Danny Glover as a junkyard owner. They'll be joining 20-somethings Lucas Till (X Men), and Jane Levy (Suburgatory).

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