Location scouting for filming locations of movies does not have to be an arduous process. For instance, the Museum of Great Britain was as easy to find as reading the credits!
LOCATION: Museum of Great Britain (High Museum of Art, 1280 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA)
SHOW: Black Panther, 2018
The credits are something that many people don’t read anymore. Heck, if it weren’t for the extra scenes in the film, I doubt many people would be staying through all those words! But, the credits are the number one source of location information. Most films are proud to mention the cities they filmed in, due to incentives or other contractual reasons.
For instance we can confirm that the scenes of T’Challa, Okoye, & Nakia in Busan, South Korea did, in fact, take place in Busan, South Korea. Since Ant-Man most of the films have also shot in and around Atlanta, Georgia. So the assumption was that the Production did not travel to London, but instead shot locally to achieve the necessary location. So seeing a “Special Thanks” for The High Museum of Art, gave me all the proof i needed.
My first stop when I got home was to look up this museum. It was in Atlanta. It looked just like the one in the film. Bingo! Found it on the first try and didn’t even have to break a sweat. The assumption at this time is the interiors of the High Museum were used for the shots of Killmonger and his crew inside the British museum.
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Behind every scene in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a location. Some are iconic. Some are functional. Some are completely fantastic. But all of them are there to support the story.
Here at the MCU: Location Scout, Jovial Jay digs deep to uncover the real-world filming locations behind your favorite super hero films. From Iron Man to Inhumans and everything in between!
Having grown up on comics, television and film, “Jovial” Jay feels destined to host podcasts and write blogs related to the union of these nerdy pursuits. Among his other pursuits he administrates and edits stories at the two largest Star Wars fan sites on the ‘net (Rebelscum.com, TheForce.net), and co-hosts the Jedi Journals podcast over at the ForceCast network.