MACON, Ga. — Tyler Perry’s latest film has set up shop in downtown Macon featuring old cars, a market, and more.
The film, titled "A Jazzman’s Blues," is set from 1937-1987. It follows an unsolved murder investigation that unveils a story of love, deceit, and secrets, according to Deadline.
If you're driving in downtown Macon, some roads have been closed for filming.
Street closings began at 7 a.m. Thursday and will last through 7 a.m. on Saturday.
They include the following:
- Mulberry Street Lane between 2nd Street and 2nd Street Lane
- Cherry Street N and South Curb parking lanes between 1st Street and Cotton Avenue
- 2nd Street between Poplar Street and Mulberry Street
- Cotton Avenue between Cherry Street and 2nd Street
The film is expected to be released on Netflix this year.