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Chicago-filmed 'Wanted' with Angelina Jolie did reshoots on March 15 and 16, 2008

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Today is March 23, 2008. “Wanted” is currently slated to release in theaters on June 27, 2008, which is about three months from now.

We just learned that the film, which filmed in part in Chicago and stars Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy and Morgan Freeman, only a week ago (specifically on March 15 and 16, 2008) was doing even more reshoots. How do we know? The following Flickr images (also picked up on /Film) say it all.

Wanted reshoots on March 15, 2008

Wanted reshoots on March 15, 2008

Wanted reshoots on March 15, 2008

Wanted reshoots on March 15, 2008

Click here to see all of the new Flickr “Wanted” reshoot images! /Film also wrote:

They’re still doing additional photography on Wanted? From what I understand Chicago production wrapped in Late August or early September 2007. In February, director Timur Bekmambetov explained in a taped greeting at WonderCon that he could not be there because they are in the middle of filming “additional photography” (ie reshoots).

Click here to see our huge “Wanted” image gallery!

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