World brief

MGM’s Bruce Willis starrer “Hart’s War” wrapped its 14-week shoot in Prague on Thursday. The WWII POW adventure was shot on location in an old Russian army barracks 45 minutes from Prague and at Barrandov film studio. Local production services were handled by Etic Film.

Co-star Colin Farrell, who took over the role originally offered to Edward Norton, winged out of Prague the next morning to go straight into Steven Spielberg’s “Minority Report,” starring Tom Cruise.

Pic dropped $10 million on film services in Prague. It’s reportedly the first major film to shoot entirely on Czech soil.

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