Wednesday night's filming session in Olcott for the movie "A Quiet Place 2" went well, local officials said Thursday.
"No reported issues," said Niagara County Undersheriff Michael J. Filicetti, whose department provided a security detail at Paramount Pictures' expense. Ontario, East Main and Lockport streets were closed at various times during the shooting.
"There was a big crowd of people trying to see something, but they had security," said Newfane Supervisor Timothy R. Horanburg, who lives in Olcott.
Horanburg said Sean McManus, the location director for the film, told him all went smoothly, and crews dismantled their equipment in Olcott Thursday.
Empire State Development said in a news release that the film also will shoot for about 35 days in Erie County -- much of that in Akron – 10 days in Chautauqua County, two days in Dutchess County and one day in Ulster County.
"A Quiet Place 2," written and directed by John Krasinski and starring Emily Blunt, is scheduled for release March 20.