The Wonder Woman filming moves from Essex to Kent in Lower Halstow with a crew of 250, where actor Chris Pine who’s playing Steve Trevor was spotted on a set of what looks to be camp site for soldiers during World War I.
Kent Online were lucky enough to be on location and scoop new production details, photos, as well as a quote from unit publicist Lee-Anne Muldoon:
“We chose Lower Halstow because it’s an absolutely stunning location that suits our story and time period. It’s been a wonderful village to come into and we’ve allowed the locals to be extras and watch behind the scenes.”
The article also makes mention of the film having a loose connection to Florence Nightingale, who was a nurse during the Crimean War, which is interesting after our most recent editorial article on Wonder Woman and earlier rumors on how Zack Snyder wanting the film to take place during the Crimean War.
They also mention how the council of Kent confirmed it was working with production manager Niall O’Shea, who’s worked on The Hobbit films.
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