Several roads in Singapore will be closed to vehicles on three days for filming activity, the Singapore Police Force said in a news release on Friday (9 June).
According to reports, the filming will be for Warner Bros.’s “Crazy Rich Asians”, which is shooting in Singapore and Malaysia.
According to the police, the carriageway of Connaught Drive from Stamford Road to Old Parliament Lane and the carriageway of Fullerton Road between Esplanade Drive and Connaught Drive will be closed from 2pm to 7pm on 12 June.
Ann Siang Road to Ann Siang Hill will be closed from 5am to 12pm on 14 June, while Bukit Pasoh Road between Neil Road and Teo Hong Road will be closed from 10am to 8pm on the same day.
The direction of vehicular traffic along Ann Siang Hill from South Bridge Road to Club Street will be reversed on 14 June from 5am to 12pm. The extreme left lane of Victoria Street towards Hill Street and the extreme right lane of Victoria Street towards Kallang Road will be closed on 17 June from 7am to 11am.
The police said that access during the closure will only be granted to police and emergency vehicles, adding that parking restrictions will be strictly enforced. Vehicles found parking and causing obstruction will be towed, the police said.
The cast of “Crazy Rich Asians” includes Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh, Gemma Chan as well as local celebs like Pierre Png and Fiona Xie. Glee alumni Harry Shum Jr. is the latest addition to the film, which is directed by John Chu based on a 2013 novel by Kevin Kwan.
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