Filming in Ladysmith has been postponed (Black Press file photo)

Resident Alien production takes two-week hiatus amid COVID-19 pandemic

Resident Alien was scheduled to return for filming in Ladysmith from March 13 to March 17

The production for Resident Alien has opted to shut down for a two-week hiatus as they assess how to deal with COVID-19. Resident Alien was scheduled to return for filming in Ladysmith from March 13 to March 17.

Filming was scheduled to take place at the First Avenue and High Street intersection on Sunday, and in the general area of First Avenue from Roberts Street to Gatacre Street, as well as Roberts Street from the Trans Canada Highway up to First Avenue. Night filming was also scheduled to occur on Sunday and Monday.

Without any film crews occupying parking lots and streets, everything will be open as normal.

At this time there is no information on when Resident Alien will return for filming.

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