Nicolas Cage and the rest of the cast and crew of the new film, "Inconceivable" is filming this week in Cincinnati, Ohio. The film’s producer and cast held a meet and greet press conference at The Village Tavern in Montgomery, OH on October 11 and answered questions regarding the film. Faye Dunaway was not present.

'Inconceivable' has a great cast and crew

The film is directed by Jonathan Baker and stars Nicolas Cage, Gina Gershon, Nicky Whelan, Faye Dunaway, Jon Olson, James Van Patten, Leah Huebner and WWE superstar Natalie Eva Marie.

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It follows a mother and daughter who move to a new town to escape their abusive past and a woman who wants to become pregnant.

Actress/WWE wresting superstar Natalie Eva Marie said she feels empowered to be a part of this film and the characters are no 'damsel in distress.' She dyed her usually red hair black specifically for the role.

The film was originally supposed to be shot in the Hamptons, but the script was changed after they were presented the opportunity to film some scenes at the Joint and Spine Center at Christ Hospital.

Nicolas Cage reunites with two leading ladies

Nicolas Cage wanted to participate in the movie is because there is a lack of female roles in Hollywood. He worked with Gina Gershon in "Face Off" and went to high school with her, and he also worked with Nicky Whelan from the film, "Left Behind."

Director Jonathan Baker said there was a missing element to the film industry, and that there aren’t many female dramas. This is one of those films that is designed for a female audience. Producer Randall Emmett stated that the incentives play a major part in filming in the area and the city made the production crew feel welcome.

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The film is the third movie produced by Emmett/Furla/Oasis in Cincinnati and is the production company's fifth film in Ohio. Three films are being planned for next year in Cincinnati between February and April of next year. The production offices are now open and are expected to employ the locals in town.