Monday, September 12, 2016

'Justice League' Filming Update: Iceland Location Revealed


This week has kicked off with a cool Justice League production update. According to the official travel guide to the Westfjords of Iceland, the cast and crew are headed there after filming reportedly wraps in London this month:

The shooting of Justice League, the latest DC-Comic series will start in the Westfjords of Iceland in October or November. Djúpavík village will be the main set of the movie in Iceland but parts of the movie are also being shot in England and Scotland. Djúpavík is a small village with two inhabitants throughout the year, but more during summertime. 


Ásbjörn Þorgilsson, one of the owners of Hótel Djúpavík is expecting a crew of at least 200. He also says that during the shooting of the movie, Hótel Djúpavík is being rented to the movie makers and also there will be a cruise ship in the fjord for the actors and staff to live in.

There is no word on which actors are part of the shoot, but we'll continue to update you as news comes in. 

A big thanks to Stephanie and Sara.  

8 comments:

  1. that looks beautiful! a gorgeous view from every angle! wow! have a great time filming there everyone!
    Daniela

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  2. I am betting this is going to be scenes for Aquaman. It is such a remote and beautiful location. If they only have 2 inhabitants for most for most of the year, they must be pretty excited for the revenue it's going to bring.

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    1. Can you imagine living on an island all by yourself (or with just your partner), I would love it!

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    2. Yep...sounds good...http://www.privateislandsonline.com
      KB15

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  3. Ohhhhh cool!!!!! I have a feeling Joy September 12, 2016 at 7:53 PM you might be right. Think this could definitely be for Aquaman's scenes. Beautiful location so peaceful looking :)) Nicole

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  4. Both pictures are very beautiful.... and thanks for the update

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