On Wednesday night this week, March 15 tér will be closed due to filming of the Bruce Willis film 'A Good Day To Die Hard', according to Budapest Transport Centre (BKK). From 6 pm until 6 am the next day the south part of the square, the Elizabeth Bridge and the underground car park will all be closed to the public. During this period we can not access that square and Belgrád rakpart from Erzsébet Bridge. A 'stopping ban' comes into effect today.
BKK will give further info regarding additional filming dates and the related traffic changes in the near future. The company's goal is to make traffic run as smooth as possible during the filming they report. They also say thanks for the patience and understanding of those travelling around that area in the coming days.
Apparently the production company of new Bruce Willis film have paid over HUF 100 million for 'land-use' fees to be able to use public areas during filming This Monday the Mayor of Budapest announced that amount payed by the film makers to the city but did not give details about how that ammount is going to used.
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