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Scene from “Reliant” filmed in Coshocton

| October 13, 2016

COSHOCTON – Extras and actors including Eric Roberts, Brian Bosworth, Kevin Sorbo, the Benham Brothers and well known stuntman Rick Shaw were in Coshocton and specifically at Woodbury Outfitters filming a scene from the movie “Reliant” on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 13 and 14.

Over 200 extras displayed banners, shouted protests and held mock fights as a biker ‘gang’ shouted insults against the ‘protestors’ under a sky filled with early winter clouds rolled above the set.

Earlier in the day, Eric Roberts was on the set and Rick Shaw drove a dirt bike through a window that was modified at Woodbury Outfitters.

The movie is a Christian action movie and is based on the collapse of the U. S. dollar. The movie is based on a novel ‘The Why’ authored by Zanesville, Ohio physician Dr. Patrick Johnston. You can learn more about the movie at www.indiegogo.com.

For a photo gallery of the action on the set, visit www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com.

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