The Town of Didsbury has announced that today the town will play host to film crews that are filming the highly anticipated film, The Order.

Production film crews will be filming scenes at the Excalibur Building on 15 Avenue. Between 8:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., intermittent traffic control will occur on 15 Avenue between scenes.

"Please be advised that crews will be placing "No Parking" signs along 15 Avenue between 16 Street and 17 Street tonight, as well as crew park units moving in to set up at the Didsbury Memorial Complex," the town stated.

The film stars Jude Law (Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore) and Nicholas Hoult, who most recently starred in the black-comedy horror, The Menu.

The Order is based on the book, The Silent Brotherhood, written by award-winning journalist Kevin Flynn and co-author Gary Gerhardt. The book chronicles the inner workings of one of the most dangerous domestic terror groups in the United States, named The Silent Brotherhood.

Oscar-nominated American screenwriter Zach Baylin wrote the screenplay for the upcoming Alberta-shot movie. Director Justin Kurzel, who directed Assassin's Creed and Macbeth starring Michael Fassbender, will be directing the thriller.

The film is set in the early 1980s, following a series of violent bank robberies across America's Pacific Northwest, which leave law enforcement struggling to pin down the suspects. An F.B.I agent (Law) who works out of the bucolic town of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho begins to suspect that the bank heists are not for financial gain, but are carried out by a group of domestic terrorists, and are being inspired by a cult-like captivating leader (Hoult). 

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