MILWAUKEE (AP) - No doubt it will be all "Public Enemies" in much of WisconsinTuesday.
Early screenings of the Johnny Depp film will be held inMilwaukee, Oshkosh and Madison to help raise money for FilmWisconsin and several local organizations.
The movie about John Dillinger opens nationwide Wednesday, butthe group that promotes filming in Wisconsin, Film Wisconsin, hashelped organized receptions and screenings.
Receptions will feature classic cars and vintage costumes, amongother things.
In the film, Depp stars as Dillinger, and Christian Baleco-stars as FBI agent Melvin Purvis.
Film Wisconsin executive director Scott Robbe says John MichaelBolger will make a guest appearance at the Milwaukee event. Heplays corrupt officer Martin Zarkovich in the movie.
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