In a chilling case of life imitating art, production assistants working on crime thriller "Dead Man Down" arrived in Frankford yesterday to find a real-life murder scene
Robert Sneed, 18, of the 1800 block of Widener Place in East Germantown, was shot multiple times during an argument at Kinsey and Ditman streets shortly before 4 p.m., police said. He died at Temple University Hospital a little over an hour later.
Police reportedly have three suspects in custody, but no charges have yet been filed.
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"Dead Man Down," starring Colin Farrell and Terrance Howard, is set to film scenes today at Globe Dye Works on Worth Street near Kinsey Street, about a block away from the fatal shooting. The movie has also been filming on 16th and 17th streets near Walnut Street in Rittenhouse Square.