Top 11 The Avengers Filming Locations (Most Epic)
The Avengers movie has become the most popular film today with cinema ticket sales scoring box office records worldwide. This film is claimed to be the biggest Marvel film of all time.
Avengers: Infinity War displays more than 20 superheroes from the ever expanding Cinematic world, including Iron Man, Spider-Man, Black Panther, and The Guardians of the Galaxy. This Marvel film has now set a record income of US $ 2 billion at the box office worldwide, and this year continue with Avengers: End Game.
Here are five world tourist destinations that inspired the movie Avengers.
The city of Edinburgh in Scotland is one of the locations for the film Avengers: Infinity War. This city is a place for fighting Vision with Thanos’s men. A number of iconic landmarks in Edinburgh can be found in the film, such as the Royal Mile, St Giles Cathedral.
In the movie Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos goes to several planets to find the infinity stone . There is one planet like a desert but there is a lot of water forming a pool. This desert was inspired by Lencois Maranhenses.
Lencois Maranhenses is a Brazilian national plant with desert landscapes and small lakes. This lake is formed from rainwater between desert hills.
Banaue Rice Terraces
Banaue’s rice fields in the Philippines were the inspiration for Thanos’s last scene as he watched the sunset. Banaue, located in the Ifugao mountains, is included in the Unesco world heritage site because it has been formed since 2,000 years ago.
Piedmont Park in Atlanta, United States, became the location for shooting several scenes in Avengers: Infinity War. The 75-hectare park is the center of Atlanta’s activities, and the venue for various sports and festivals.
The Queensboro Bridge is an iconic bridge in the New York, United States. This bridge is often the setting for Hollywood films, including Infinity War. On this bridge will look sparkling New York City.
Cleveland Public Square
Do you still remember the scene when Loki was giving a speech in the crowd of people he took hostage. Well, the location of shooting scenes in the film was taken at Cleveland Public Square in Ohio, which is located in the United States.
Most of Marvel’s films are filmed in this area, precisely in a a film studio called Pinewood. Just call the movie ‘Ant Man’, ‘Captain America: Civil War’, and the new ones will be released, namely ‘Avengers: EndGame’.
In addition to the Pinewood studio, there are several tourist attractions that can also be visited such as World of Coca Cola, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the Georgia Aquarium, the High Museum of Art, to Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park.
Wakanda’s sensational waterfall is really there! However, you have to travel to Argentina to see it, precisely at Iguazu Waterfall.
Fort Bard, Italia
In the movie Avengers : Age of Ultron, remember with a scene when the Avengers stormed a HYDRA headquarters in Sokovia. Well, the shooting location from HYDRA headquarters was taken in two different castles.
To illustrate the atmosphere outside the headquarters, namely Fort Bard, which is in the Bard, Aosta Valley, Italy was chosen as a background in the film.
Castle Dover, England
Whereas Castle Dover, located in England was used to describe parts of the HYDRA research facility.
The most epic battle in the movie Avengers: Infinity Wars when the Avengers fight Thanos’s forces that occur at Wakanda. If you wonder where they filmed the Wakanda scene for Avengers: Infinity War, the answer is in Georgia. Precisely at Bouckaert Farms, Georgia.