Sorry, folks, but Robert Redford has left the building.
The star of the Netflix movie "Our Souls at Night" wrapped up his part and left town this week, according to a crew member.
He left his co-star Jane Fonda to finish the last scenes in the film based on Kent Haruf's 2015 novel about two widowers who keep a burgeoning romance under wraps in the gossipy small town of Holt, a fictional Colorado burg. Filming will finish Nov. 2.
Film crews, production trucks and police vehicles sprawled out over the 5400 block of Mosquito Pass Drive in northeast Colorado Springs on Thursday. The brunt of the filming took place in one unassuming-looking house that was selected for its easily accessible location in a cul-de-sac and its second-story porch, the crew member said.
Production will move one street south to the 5000 block of North Buckskin Pass Drive on Friday afternoon.
About 15 people gathered outside and watched the filming Wednesday night, said neighbor Jacqueline Knapp.
"It's a trip," she said. "I love it. It's different. It's not every day you have a movie crew filming in your neighborhood with major stars like Robert Redford and Jane Fonda."
As a dozen crew members milled about the area setting up equipment and filming on Thursday, another male crew member strolled down the sidewalk clothed in a full-length light pink bunny costume complete with hoodie, ears and fluffy tail. "Our Souls at Night" has a stringent late policy, said Knapp, who heard from a crew member that when an employee is significantly late to work, he must don the rabbit outfit for the entire next day.
Knapp was able to give Redford kudos in person on Wednesday when she saw him getting into a car.
"I thanked him for his years of service and for giving so many young people a shot in the industry," she said. "He gave me a big smile and said thank you."
The movie has filmed in Colorado Springs, Florence and Eleven Mile State Park in Lake George since September. It's set for release next year on the online streaming media and video service.