Australia has been a popular filming location for Hollywood movies for many years. With its diverse landscapes and bustling cities, the country offers filmmakers a range of locations to choose from.
Marvel Studios is one of the many production companies that have taken advantage of Australia’s natural beauty and rich culture. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at which Marvel movies were made in Australia.
One of the most recent Marvel movies to be filmed in Australia is “Thor: Ragnarok.” Directed by Taika Waititi, the movie was primarily shot in Queensland, Australia. The movie features some stunning Australian landscapes, including the Gold Coast and Brisbane.
While “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is not entirely an Australian film, some parts of the movie were shot in Australia. The film starring Tom Holland was partially shot in Atlanta but also featured scenes shot in Gold Coast, Queensland.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
“X-Men Origins: Wolverine” was largely filmed in Sydney and other locations across New South Wales. The 2009 movie starred Hugh Jackman as Logan/Wolverine and also featured actors such as Liev Schreiber and Ryan Reynolds.
The first installment of the “Avengers” series was partially filmed in Cleveland, Ohio. However, some scenes featuring Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man were filmed on Hayman Island off the coast of Queensland.
Australia has been a popular filming location for Hollywood movies for many years, with Marvel Studios being one of many production companies to take advantage of its natural beauty and diverse landscapes. From “Thor: Ragnarok” to “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” these films showcase just how stunning Australia can be on screen. With more movies set to be filmed Down Under in the future, it’s clear that Australia will continue to be a popular destination for Hollywood filmmakers.