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It's a real place in Albuquerque called "Twisters": So many of Breaking Bad’s filming locations in Albuquerque, New Mexico have become iconic and none more so than Twisters, which played home to Gus Fring’s crystal meth front, Los Pollos Hermanos. See the source article for more information.


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Not even close. The bulk of Sokovia scenes were film in the UK. As a superhero film with big budget and big action, The Avengers: Age of Ultron needed a large amount of outdoor space with a high degree of flexibility in which to construct their exact and closed-off worlds. The Peel Training Centre at the Hendon Police College was perfectly suited for ...


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There are actually incentives for filming in the city of Pittsburgh that have nothing to do with being a sports fan. Dawn Keezer, Pittsburgh Film Office Director states that Hollywood is enticed into filming in the city because of the $75 million tax incentive program that was introduced in 2004. However, she is quick to point out that a tax incentive was ...


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A Songfacts interview with Ted Neeley offers the following shooting locations; "Trial Before Caiaphas" was shot on the site of the Herodian fortresses near Bethlehem. "The Temple" and "The Crucifixion" scenes were shot at Avdat. Ein 'Bokek provided the location for "Pilate's Dream." "What's the Buzz" truly was under the Dead Sea... in a ...


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Somewhere between most: The biopic promises to be an authentic portrayal of Escobar, so it’s only natural that Brazilian director and executive producer Jose Padilha chose to film the 10-episode series in Medellin, Colombia, the murder capital of the world during the drug kingpin’s heyday in the 1980s. Filming the series here would have been ...


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Per wikipedia The International Federation of Film Archives defines the country of origin as the country of the principal offices of the production company or individual by whom the moving image work was made. No consistent reference or definition exists. Sources include the item itself, accompanying material (e.g. scripts, shot lists, production ...


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From wiki for the movie https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Escape_(2015_film) ...  Co-writer Drew Dowdle says, "'We worked very closely with the Thai government and there were a lot of things they wanted us to shy away from....So although the film shows a coup breaking out in a Southeast Asian city,...it never specified the country. We were very careful ...


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Looks like the Royal Ontario Museum of Natural History which is, as you thought, in Toronto. On the page linked, there's a series of stills from the James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs which includes the image below: Which looks to be the same room as the second image in your question.


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The 'Air Force base' was a regular civilian airfield dressed both practically and later digitally as an AFB. The drone footage is actually very easy to do in CGI. In fact the comparatively 'crappy quality' of real drone footage and speed of explosive shockwaves/debris-fields really help when creating CGI simulations as we don't expect realistic (and thus ...


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There are many factors: whether the Argentinian government would allow filming to occur there availability of that location at the necessary times, and for the length of times needed weather conditions (rain, fog, sunshine, etc.) of the location and whether that matches the script's requirements cost of permits to film there cost and difficulty of ...



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