In honor of Ant-Man & The Wasp now being available for download, MCU: Location Scout goes back to school with a couple of locations used for Brookemont Elementary School.
This week Agents of SHIELD: Case Files takes a look back at Captain America: The First Avenger, so here’s a cross-promotional look at the 1942 Brooklyn street scenes!
To film the mysterious environments of Wakanda, the filmmakers didn’t need to leave the state of Georgia. The Wakanda Forest from the end of Avengers: Infinity War was shot in the lovely Tallulah Gorge State Park, part of the larger Chattahoochee National Forest covering part of Georgia and into Tennessee. Come see how this location was found!
Colleen Wing’s Dojo, the Chikara Dojo, is located in the fringe areas of Chinatown – in the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge – and serves as Colleen’s apartment as well as her studio. To celebrate the Second Season of Iron Fist, dropping Friday, September 7, 2018, we present this look back at an iconic location from Season One.
Kenneth Branagh’s Thor is an incredible film. It introduces the MCU to Thor, Loki, Asgard & the Bifrost Bridge. And yet, even though a majority of the film takes place in mystical realms, the filmmakers still managed to use some very Earth-bound locations to film the action.
The few locations in Avengers: Infinity War that were actually shot outside of a studio are few and far between. But regardless of where they seem to be, they were all (mostly) shot in Atlanta, GA – including the scenes of Tony and Pepper on the Central Park Bridle Path.
To coincide with the discussion of Iron Man 2, on the Agents of SHIELD: Case Files podcast this week, MCU: Location Scout will be taking a look at the multiple locations that make up the Stark Expo.
Last week I published a location from Doctor Strange, before news that Steve Ditko had passed away. It seems only fitting that I focus on Ditko’s other notable Marvel creation this week, with Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Astoria, Queens Alley.
Sometimes finding filming locations is not hard. Stephen Strange’s Apartment is a good example. But there’s definitely a satisfying moment when you can match up the film frame with a real life location!
On the Hulu show Runaways, Geoffrey Wilder and his construction company supervise the construction of a new school in the middle of Compton, California for the PRIDE organization. However the PRIDE Construction Site is actually a front for something more mysterious.
James Volpe gives his impressions of Solo: A Star Wars Story and what he would like to see in Solo sequels.
New Orleans provides a great backdrop for the filming of Cloak & Dagger. The historic buildings of the city (and not soundstages) make for some great locations, like St Theresa’s Church.
After the destruction of Avengers Tower in New York City in Avengers: Age of Ultron, the team decided to move to a new Avengers Facility in upstate New York, along the Hudson River. It has evolved over several films, until Captain America: Civil War, where it got some of its best screen time.