Indiana Jones 5: le filming in Italy of the film by James Mangold with Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge And Antonio Banderas. Let’s find out all the location in Sicily
Here we are: next week in Sicily the Italian shooting of the highly anticipated, last film of the inimitable saga of Indiana Jones, orphan of Steven Spielberg, replaced by James Mangold after the director left for creative differences with Disney, but full of a sumptuous cast expertly built in recent months, from the essential return of Harrison Ford as the most famous archaeologist in the world a Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the most recent entry of Antonio Banderas, Mads Mikkelsen, Toby Jones, Thomas Kretschmann, Shaunette Renée Wilson And Boyd Holbrook.
So much information and rumors that we went to explore on Indiana Jones 5, from the role of Phoebe Waller-Bridge to the first advances on the plot, from the space race to the mythical golden train with the first photos from the set.
Now let’s find out where it will be shot Indiana Jones 5 in Italy, revealing all the location in Sicily.
Indiana Jones 5: where it is shot in Italy and the locations in Sicily
- Trapani is the headquarters of the troupe, which has already invaded the island and set up the stage warehouses in the industrial area, and which will see a total of six hundred people involved in the production, with the operational base in front of Villa Margherita.
The main cast is expected over the weekend in Sicily and will stay overnight in the city.
The production effort is impressive, with over two hundred vehicles including transport trucks and technicians, vans and cars, to which will be added the many vintage cars that the production is finding directly in the Sicilian region.
- Syracuse will be the first filming location, with sets set up on the island of Ortigia, At Maniace Castle dating back to 1200 and the Swabian period, and near the archaeological park of Neapolis. All the locations involved, from the buildings to the streets, are receiving particular scenographic care to return to 1969, the setting period of the work.
- Palermo: filming will then move to the seafront in Cefalù, between Piazza Bagni Cicerone, the pier of Cefalù, via Purple and the square of Cathedral of Cefalù, which seems to be covered with sand and washed by the sea through special effects.
- Trapani: many locations chosen in the Trapani area, from Segesta And Castellamare del Golfo at the Tonnara del Secco from San Vito Lo Capo. In the end Marsala, with the lagoon of the Stagnone which seems to see the sinking of a vintage yacht.
An impressive production, with a budget presumably over two hundred million dollars, and the beauty of being able to welcome it in Italy among the wonders of Sicily.
We will try, as always, to find out more. Stay tuned!