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A furious fourth-quarter rally mounted by New York State officials – including a top aide to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo – has fallen short in keeping the film “Draft Day” in Buffalo.
The movie, which was to depict Kevin Costner as a fictitious Buffalo Bills general manager trying to restore his team to past glory, will now be shot in Cleveland instead, with the actor portraying the Cleveland Browns GM.
The big reason, said Tim Clark, who heads the Buffalo Niagara Film Commission, was economics.
“At the end of the day, it was a money thing. I think Mr. [Ivan] Reitman really wanted to shoot here, but it just came down to the cost factor. What we were told is that the Cleveland incentives were better,” Clark said.
“I feel the worse for the Buffalo Bills, because they worked real hard to convince the film company that Buffalo was the place to shoot this, and that Buffalo was America's team.”
Last month, Reitman, the film's director, and a location scout toured Ralph Wilson Stadium, as well as other local sites, and seemed excited about filming the movie in Buffalo, Clark said. But Lionsgate, the film's distributor, thought otherwise despite efforts by state officials to sweeten the pot and keep the movie here.
Howard Glaser, chief of state operations, was enlisted by the governor to talk with Lionsgate officials in an attempt to change the studio's mind. Howard Zemsky, one of Cuomo's go-to guys in Western New York, also was brought in to try to find a solution.
Despite the added incentives offered by New York State, it was still about $3 million cheaper to film in Cleveland than Buffalo, a source said.
The best sports online betting experts regard Buffalo Bills’ owner Ralph Wilson as a pioneer in the NFL. Wilson was one of the original owners in the AFL and it was Wilson who helped to negotiate the merger between the NFL and the AFL. Since the Bills’ inception in 1960, the only owner Buffalo football fans and sportsbook agents have ever known is Ralph Wilson. It was Wilson who brokered the deal with Rogers Communication of Toronto in a deal that has become increasingly unpopular with fans. But ever since that deal was signed, no one has heard much from Wilson.
The 1970 expansion cousins in the NHL just played on a Saturday afternoon. The Buffalo Sabres won, 1-0, against Philadelphia while the Vancouver Canucks lost, 4-3, in Colorado. Maybe you heard me on the MSG-TV broadcast in Buffalo?
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