Set Contruction Details For Captain America in Caerwent, Wales Revealed!
Here are new details regarding set construction for Marvel's much-anticipated Captain America: The First Avenger movie, in Caerwent, South Wales. Check it Out!
Production for Joe Johnston's Captain America: The First Avenger is reportedly in the final days of set work in Caerwent, South Wales. And courtesy of Marvel Movie News, who previously provided aspects of what'll be filmed at the location, has now revealed additional info, regarding the completed set work. The site also provided an aerial view of where, in Caerwent's deep open field, the production crew has set up.
"The buildings in area 1 will be fitted out as prisoner barracks, with holding cages on the ground floor and guard patrolling above. Area 2, which features railway lines, will double as the prisoner arrival area.
Over the whole site, work will involve removing current fencing and replacing it with camp razor wire, construction of guard watch towers, roof-mounted search lights, removal of vegetation, the leveling of a large area of land to be used for the battle sequence, as well as the placing of equipment ramps and temporary buildings. A huge undertaking, as you will agree!"
With this new info, it seems that official concept piece (pictured above) was done with the scenes that'll be filmed in here, in mind. What do you think?
And in case you missed it, filming at this location will be set in a camp for prisoners of war; POW camp. And will involve rooftops, searchlights, gunfire and ‘major pyro’, which apparently will include a large stunt set-piece. And filming dates in Caerwent includes nightshoots October 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th of this month, proceeding on the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd in November.
And Captain America: The First Avenger is set for theaters July 22, 2011 in 3D!
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