SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – San Francisco is getting a visit from Hollywood this week, but not everyone is happy about it.

On Tuesday, film crews will begin shooting the movie ‘San Andreas’ near Fisherman’s Wharf, forcing a two day shutdown of Jefferson Street. Many merchants in the area are upset about the loss of traffic.

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The San Francisco Film Commission says it’s already gotten a lot of angry calls asking them to rescind the film’s permits.

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The crew will move to Hyde Street in Russian Hill next week.

The film stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a helicopter pilot on a mission to save his daughter after a devastating earthquake destroys much of the state. Johnson has said he is proud of the hard work he is putting in on the film, which is due out next year.

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