Kevin Hart New Movie Filming in Philly

The Greater Philadelphia Film Office announced this week that Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston (star of Breaking Bad) will be filming their new movie “The Untouchables” in Philly next year. The movie is an adaptation of The Weinstein Company’s “The Untouchables,” a popular French movie about a paraplegic aristocrat who hires a black, unemployed ex-con to be his caregiver.

This will be Hart’s first serious role in a movie…we look forward to seeing how he does and hopefully making a cameo in one of the scenes. Hint Hint

Pop up Shop to Start a Business

Jumpstart StartUp aims to drive an economic and innovation movement for entrepreneurs who don’t know where to turn for help with starting or growing a business.

One thousand businesses will be ignited this October at an event that kicks off in Philadelphia, and scales to 10 other cities nationwide impacting just as many businesses in those markets too.

The pop-up shop is located at the former location of Puma at 1505 Walnut Street, and will be open on October 25-29

Tues: 8am-6pm. Wed-Thu: 10am-8pm. Fri: 8am-6pm. Sat: 10am-6pm

If you or someone you know is a start-up, or interested in starting a business, visit The first 1000 people/businesses through the door will benefit.

The event is free, and open to the public.

Bill Clinton to Campaign in Philly this Week

This Friday, October 28th Former President Bill Clinton will be in Berks County on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

The event will be held at Albright College in the Campus Center, located at 1621 North 13th Street in Reading. Event starts at 5:30pm, doors open at 4:30 pm: RSVP here.

Bill Clinton “will urge Pennsylvanians to make a plan to vote for Hillary Clinton” during the event.

The latest poll released Wednesday by Remington Research Group showed Clinton with a three-point lead, 45 percent to 42, over Trump among likely Pennsylvania voters.

By: Tiffanie Stanard, Host/Producer @Philly_Speaks @TiffanieStanard

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